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Interventions
Interventions

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Interventions are early and ongoing supports and personalized programming which enhance learning and promote success for all students

 

 

 

System Actions 

  • Create supports for educators in building safe, responsive and inclusive mathematics learning environments to reduce math anxiety and improve dispositions towards mathematics

  • Connect staff to resources, through the BWW math page Learners, to support students who may be at risk of not succeeding

  • Provide focused, school-based collaborative inquiry opportunities on responsive, assessment-based instruction for all students

  • Expand upon partnerships with Student Services, Inclusive Schools and Community Services, Leadership Development and Curriculum & Instructional Services to create, implement and monitor learning supports

  • Support educators to understand, plan and implement the necessary teaching strategies and accommodations to support all students

  • Create a waterfall chart related to learning disabilities and mathematics

  • Design a credit-bearing learning strategies course to support students in transition from elementary to secondary mathematics

  • Participate in Ministry of Education learning opportunities

  • Revise the Individual Education Plan (IEP) programming pages for mathematics through collaboration between Student Services and Curriculum and Instructional Services
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School Actions

  • Understand how a Comprehensive Math Program supports all learners

  • Develop a broader understanding of curriculum, mathematics content, assessment and pedagogy to support program planning for all learners

  • Learn strategies and accommodations to support stu​dent learning needs

  • Collaborate with Regional Math Leaders, School Math Representatives, and Math Subject Heads, SERTs, EAs, ESL teachers and other human resources to support student learning

  • Create collaborative ​school teams to support students who are at risk of not succeeding (e.g., Collaborative Assessment of Student Learning teams, in-school teams, collaborative planning teams, co-teaching teams, etc.)

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Classroom Actions

  • Identify, learn about and implement research-based instructional and assessment strategies found on the  BWW math page Learners to support students who may be at risk of not succeeding

  • Design safe, inclusive and responsive learning environments that leverage learners’ assets and social identities to personalize learning experiences to meet the needs of all learners

  • Work with learners to be self-reflective and advocate for their learning

  • Understand students’ exceptionalities to inform planning and provide supports and targeted interventions

  • Review and update IEP based on analysis of student learning in mathematics

  • Consider English Language Learners proficiency, using Steps to E​nglish Proficiency (STEP), when designing learning and assessment

  • Investigate learning pathways and how to support the well-being and achievement of students who may be at risk of not succeeding

  • Integrate the innovative use of emerging technologies and digital learning resources to enhance and transform learning experiences for students who may be at risk of not succeeding

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