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Intervention Description - Alternatives Program (behavior sample)

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Sample of a behavior intervention description, using the intervention description template. More resources, templates and related blog postings at www.jigsawlearningca.wordpress.com.

Sample of a behavior intervention description, using the intervention description template. More resources, templates and related blog postings at www.jigsawlearningca.wordpress.com.

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  • 1. School Name Intervention Description Sample Tier Four Intervention Tier Three Intervention Tier Two Alternatives Program InterventionFocus Area Behaviour (area to be determined by participant need), Grades 4-6 All resources are stored in the Alternatives room • Stories and related literature Materials • Scenario cards Needed • Behavior board games • Other manipulatives 1. Students to be included in the Alternatives program are determined in Collaborative Team Meetings and grouped according to specific area of need, including: • Anger management • Appropriate responses • Using words to settle disagreements • Friendship skills 2. Two staff members coordinate learning in the Alternatives room. Once groups areDescription determined, they plan and provide instruction to the small groups (3-6 students) 3. Students go to the Alternatives room during the grade 4-6 intervention block Thursday and Friday (to be determined in Collaborative Team Meetings) 4. Lists of students involved in the Alternatives program are posted in the staff workroom 5. Staff members are encouraged to note these students and look for positive behaviors being displayed during recess times. Recognize and reinforce the positive behaviors being exhibited by the students. 6. Alternatives staff will communicate with classroom teachers the focus of the groups and specific strategies that are to be practiced by students.Additional • Communication with classroom teachers is critical. Alternatives staff will communicate Notes student progress during weekly team meetings and informally.Copyright Jigsaw Learning 2012 Intervention Description Template

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