Three Intervention Strategies that Make a Difference

Three Intervention Strategies that Make a Difference

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Collecting and Using Actionable Data

Collecting and Using Actionable Data

Targeting Instruction to Students’ Needs

Targeting Instruction to Students’ Needs

Scaffolding Support for Learning

Scaffolding Support for Learning

So, who needs more of the same?

Measuring Up supplemental resources boost student achievement with:

  • Actionable Data-Formative Assessment for instructional decision-making
  • Targeted Standards-Based Instruction—supplemental grade-level instruction or prerequisite skills to bridge gaps

Instructional design that scaffolds learning

Supplemental grade-level standards instruction

Measuring Up to the State Standards

Grades 3–8 | Levels C-H

English Language Arts & Mathematics

Measuring Up State Standards
Building prerequisite skills for grade-level standards

Measuring Up Foundations

Grades 1–5 | Levels A-E

Reading Skills, Reading Comprehension & Mathematics

Measuring Up Foundations

Reference

Rosenshine, Barak. “Principles of Instruction: Research-Based Strategies that All Teachers Should Know.” American Educator, Spring 2012. Retrieved from aft.org

Measuring Up

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