National Center on Intensive Intervention Resources: Intensive Intervention

Do you want to know how to “close skill gaps” or how to “intensify instruction” for students with disabilities?  If you do, the National Center on Intensive Intervention (NCII) is a wonderful resource to use!  NCII features the data-based individualization (DBI) research-based process to intensify Tier 2 and Tier 3 interventions using the following model:

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From Disjointed to Aligned, Targeted, and Intensive Intervention

Many students with disabilities (SWD) and other struggling students receive intervention support from multiple service providers (e.g., general education teacher, special education teacher, speech teacher, Title I teacher, ELL teacher).  While these layers of service may seem to provide a more intensive level of support, multiple layers of support provided by different practitioners may result in a “disjointed” or “piecemeal” (Pearson, 2013, p. 287) experience for students that falls short of the intent of intensive intervention.

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