This graphic was designed to support Sun West Triads (Administrator, PeBL Mentor & Student Support Teacher) while navigating their way through the Response to Intervention (RTI) process.
"This document, The Adaptive Dimension for K-12 Students (2023) is a renewal of the foundational document The Adaptive Dimension for K-12 Students (2017) and its predecessor The Adaptive Dimension in Core Curriculum (1992). The Adaptive Dimension for K-12 Students (2023) is designed to assist educators in making decisions to support the achievement of all students within the context of Saskatchewan’s curricula."These documents are from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education.
Select the student behaviour to begin. Then you will work through a series of descriptions and suggestions for what you can do to help that student.
You can look at interventions for Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 3.
Each intervention suggested for a behaviour is then "clickable" and more information is provided on why to use this intervention, and how to do it.
This site is amazing!
This Module discusses the importance of differentiating three aspects of instruction: content, process (instructional methods), and product (assessment). It explores the student traits—readiness level, interest, and learning preferences—that influence learning (est. completion time: 3 hours).
This Module, a DEC-recommended resource, offers information on how to set up effective inclusive early childhood classroom environments for young children. It also provides details about the interrelated physical, social, and temporal components of those environments, as well as adaptations to help teachers meet the needs of children with disabilities (est. completion time: 1 hour).
This Module focuses on the entire school population and highlights partnerships between general education and special education faculty that result in the creation of a 'collective responsibility' and shared high expectations for all students (est. completion time: 2 hours).
"This page pulls together lots of tools and resources to help you get the most out of Microsoft's inclusive tools for the classroom."
A Multi-Tiered Systems of Support is the delivery system for evidence-based instruction. Use these pre-created slides (with speaker notes) to support professional learning in your board or school. The presentation outlines key elements of MTSS.
Note that this resource is a Google Drive folder set to “view only.” To adapt the slides to meet your own students’ needs, please make a copy to your own Google Drive so you can modify (File > Make a copy > Entire presentation).
The following outlines the process teachers can take to ensure student needs are being met in the classroom for tier 1 and 2 of response to intervention.
This is a reading improvement support handbook that focuses on Grades 1 to 3 effective instructional practices, curriculum reading expectations, assessment and reading interventions. Saskatchewan Reads is available online in English and French at saskatchewanreads.wordpress.com.
As we prepare for the fall 2020 re-entry to school, in thinking about specifically supporting learning, we have developed the “Sun West Return to Learn Process”. This process reminds us of the best practices we already implement in our schools, continues to reinforce our PeBL philosophy and will help us work together to achieve “Success for ALL learners”.This resource includes curated lists of on demand professional learning opportunities & resources connected to each of the 5 elements included in the Sun West Return to Learn 2020 Process.
The goals of this needs assessment is to
• Prioritise what you need to work on as a Triad/School
• Focus on setting school based goals and actions involving your Triad
• Explore possibilities for these school based goals and actions by...
• Discussing the Division Triad Vision Statement
• Discussing your current school situation
• Analyzing your school REORDER plan to reflect your Triad goals and actions
• Produce a first draft plan for implementation of goals and actions
• Adjust your school REORDER plan to reflect your Triad goals and actions
2018-2019 Form 110-2ESSP Level 3 School Strategic Plan - PeBL REORDER Plan – this will be used to help inform the develop the Triad goals and action plan.
Join in this interactive phonological awareness and phonics lesson which includes embedded teacher training.
Have you ever wondered what distinguishes phonological awareness and phonics? What about what makes them related? Those questions will be answered using straightforward mnemonics and examples that will help you teach students these skills more easily.
Students will observe and practice production of three letter sounds (phonemes) and learn associated letters (graphemes). The lesson incorporates structured literacy principles in fun, student-friendly games appropriate for tier 1, 2, and 3 instruction. Students advance from phonological awareness to pure phonics practice while also building background knowledge. This lesson is aligned to the Sprouting Sounds and Veggie Village games in WORD Force.