The Model Of Intervention For Special Or General Education Settings

1159 WordsJun 12, 20155 Pages
Introduction Assessment is a regular occurrence in any classroom because it is used to monitor progress of the student and teacher by seeing how well the student understands the content and/or if the given intervention that was given to the student is improving the student’s learning; the latter involves the Response to Intervention model. These results is a key component when determining students’ placement in Special or General Education settings. Educational laws have emphasized an increased focus on assessment of all student comparatively to assess where every student is academically. This flux of students in Special Education has led to a disproportion and overrepresentation of cultural groups. This lead to assessment measures to focus on that particular culture group. Initially, students were referred to testing after their teacher noticed problems. Currently, we used a prereferral model where we seek to find the student’s problems before the formal referral to avoid the over identification of students. The three-tier model of intervention can be used both academically and behaviorally as the tiers progressively move toward early intervention into the process of referral. Problem-solving model is another model that centers on assisting the student before labeling them and also involves early intervention services. Test can also be used to measure a student’s ability to embody a set of skills and the student’s ability to create a product that shows their knowledge of
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