THE INTERVENTION PROCESS
The primary focus of the Intervention Process is the identification and consideration of educational opportunities in the general classroom setting which may resolve studentís academic, social, emotional, communication or behavioral problem(s).
Through the implementation of general education classroom intervention strategies and/or specific targeted instruction from campus support services, the studentís Response to Intervention must be reviewed before a referral for assessment is made.
Intervention Process (power point)
THE THREE TIERED RESPONSE TO INTERVENTION
The Intervention Process is a multi-phased model based on the dual criteria of significantly low achievement and insufficient Response to Intervention. The model ensures students with specific needs will receive support in general education in a timely manner.
Support services require collaboration with campus personnel such as Counselors, CIS, HOSTS, Title I , tutors, Dyslexia and Intervention, and other available campus support.
The Intervention Assistance Team [IAT] Intervention Process consists of a three tiered response to intervention: Phase I, Phase IIA, Phase IIB, Phase IIC, and Phase III.
The procedures are explained in the Pasadena Intervention Process Intervention Assistance Team [ IAT]
Exceptions to following the full process are explained in Pasadena Intervention Process Intervention Assistance Team [ IAT] and cases such as MR, CP, autism, etc. do not need to go through entire process; however, a consultation must be requested and certain forms in the Intervention Packet must be filled out to facilitate the referral for such cases.
A list of which forms are to be used for the Exceptions can be found at Forms for Exceptions