Developing and Tracking Interventions

Team members should give thoughtful consideration to design to ensure that interventions are meeting the needs of all students, including those who are underperforming and those who are high achieving. The team must also determine the effectiveness of interventions and their impact on student achievement.

Planning effective student interventions can be a challenging task for both new and established Success Teams. This set of tools provides support for teams that are creating and/or fine-tuning their student intervention systems by encouraging teams to describe, analyze, and reflect on their current practices. Furthermore, these tools provide team members with opportunities to adjust interventions to better serve students. 

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The full Developing and Tracking Interventions Tool Set is available for download. The download includes the six tools in this Tool Set.

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Tool Name Type

Considerations for Planning Tier 2 Interventions

A set of guiding questions to use during the development of an intervention system. Questions are focused on looking at student data, targeting students, and intervention selection, implementation, and effectiveness.

Guide

Quick Guide to Tracking Interventions

A set of guidelines for designing an intervention tracking tool.

Guide

Intervention Evaluation Flowchart

A flowchart to determine if individual interventions are working for schools and to improve the use of data to succesfully implement interventions.

Guide

Intervention Success Monthly Action Plan (IS-MAP)

A plan to support action planning using results from the Intervention Evaluation Flowchart.

Template

Student Success Intervention Plan

A planning tool for student interventions that includes the identification of baseline data, criteria for success, status checkpoints, and plans for reflection.

Template

Behavior, Attendance, and Grades (BAG) Report

A school-generated tool for educators to interact with students on behavior, attendance, and grades. Ideally, schools will produce these reports every five weeks. BAG Reports use real-time data so students understand where and how they are struggling, and which educators they may need to reach out to for support. They also help students understand their current status in relation to their goals. Schools can use BAG Reports in different ways, including individual conversations with students or holding “town hall” meetings for all freshmen to review the data and set next steps. 

Sample