What is included in a Student Intervention Plan?
A Student Intervention Plan (StIP) may be developed to address academic or behavior concerns. Student Intervention Teams work through a systematic problem-solving process in three phases to develop the plan:
Problem Identification & Analysis
- Problem areas are documented;
- Student strengths and interests are highlighted;
- The effectiveness of previous research based intervention are evaluated;
- Problem areas are prioritized;
- Baseline data is documented;
- Short-term and outcome goals are set;
- Procedures for ongoing data collection are determined to ensure progress monitoring.
Intervention Design & Implementation
- A plan of action is created, listing specific interventions targeted to the student's identified needs;
- Accountability measures are built in to ensure interventions are implemented as designed;
- Progress monitoring data is collected and graphed every 4-6 weeks.
- After 4-6 weeks of implementation, Student Intervention Teams analyze data to determine the level of progress and decide next steps.