Student-Centered Intervention Plan
This final project synthesizes learning into a Student-Centered Intervention Plan (Part A) along with a summary of the plan (Part B). This project is a culmination of your learning during the course and utilizes what you have contemplated, discussed, and created during Weeks One through Five.
To begin this project, identify an original learner with a specific need as shared in the Week Five discussion. This need could be academic, behavioral, or social. Ideally, this person should be a realistic individual based on your own previous knowledge or experience who needs support through intervention. The learner you identify could be a particular student you have had experience with, a child whom you know well, or an adult learner for whom you have provided training or anticipate training in the future. As you have learned and practiced, the time that you spend designing relevant and purposeful interventions, identifying potential challenges, and collaborating with relevant stakeholders benefits the learner and promotes sustainability of learning. A completed, model intervention plan, previously referenced during Week Two is once again available for easy reference.
Writing the Final Project: Student Centered Intervention Plan
- Create your plan by following and utilizing the Week Six Student-Centered Intervention Template
Part A: Intervention Plan Template
All required components listed below are found on the Intervention Plan template.
- Identified Need of Individual: Describe the problem or issue needing improvement as either academic, behavioral, or social/emotional.
- Goal or Outcome for the Intervention: Describe what you want to happen at the end of this intervention.
- Screening Data: List the data you collected, observed, and analyzed to help identify the need for intervention.
- Intervention Description: Describe the type of interventions you will implement. Include any technologies needed, materials needed, and how you will be implementing this technology.
- Differentiation: Explain how this intervention provides differentiation for the learner.
- Recommended Timeline: Outline the approximate duration and any stages involved in the implementation of the intervention from start to finish. Explain why you believe this timeline is appropriate.
- Progress Monitoring: Describe the frequency with which you will monitor student progress and how you will do so.
- Goal Setting/Motivation: Include a student-centered approach to your intervention and describe how it serves to motivate them to improve.
- Collaboration: Describe who is responsible for the intervention. Include how you will communicate expectations to these collaborators.
- Specific Examples: List at least five days/steps of the plan you have developed. Be specific enough that another person could review the plan and be able to implement the intervention in your absence with the directions listed.
- Data Checkpoints/Progress Monitoring: List out the specific data you will be collecting for each step you list in number nine on the template. Identify how/when that data will be analyzed for effectiveness.
Part B: Support your ideas with research
- Barriers/Challenges: Include here the barriers or challenges you anticipate that could exist or arise during this intervention. Share your plan for addressing these barriers or challenges.
- Collaboration: Describe the communication and collaboration that is necessary for the success of this intervention. Describe the specific training or professional development needed for maximizing success.
- Sustainability: Describe your plan for additional follow up and support considerations to ensure sustainability for your learner.
The Final Project: Student Centered Intervention Plan
Must be three to five pages in length including title and references pages
Must include a separate title page with the following:
- Title of project
- Student’s name
- Course name and number
- Instructor’s name
- Date submitted
For further assistance with the formatting and the title page, refer to APA Formatting for Word 2013.
- Syntax and Mechanics: Display meticulous comprehension and organization of syntax and mechanics, such as spelling and grammar. Utilize Grammarly (Links to an external site.) for assistance with your writing.
- Source Requirement: Reference three scholarly sources in addition to Lopez (2013). All sources on the references page need to be used and cited correctly within the body of the assignment.
- All sources on the APA References List (Links to an external site.) need to be used and follow the In-text Citation Guide (Links to an external site.) within the body of the assignment.
Review and Submit the Final Project
Review your assignment with the Grading Rubric to be sure you have achieved the distinguished levels of performance for each criterion.
- Submit your assignment for evaluation. Include the link to your ePortfolio in the comments box when uploading.
- Archive your assignment in your ePortfolio by uploading to your Folio account. Once assignments are uploaded to your ePortfolio, they are considered artifacts and will be referenced as such.
- Once in your Folio account, select “Add Work.” Follow the step-by-step instructions.
- Once uploaded, add a title (e.g., Student-Centered Intervention Plan) and a one- to two-sentence description.
- Select “Education” as the category and give it the same title as the previous step. Your artifact should now be view able in your Portfolio.
Carefully review the Grading Rubric (Links to an external site.) for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your final project.