Intervention at Every Level
Response to Intervention (RtI) is a multi-tiered approach to providing struggling learners with services and intervention at increasing levels of intensity. It works most effectively when students receive a high level of personalization, specifically on the concepts with which they are struggling. That’s where Compass Learning can help.
A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH FROM COMPASS LEARNING CAN STRENGTHEN A TEACHER’S EXISTING RTI FRAMEWORK
Compass Learning’s RtI approach uses formative assessment to pinpoint individual strengths and weaknesses to provide immediate, targeted, and intensive support for students. We help educators identify students who are struggling with academic concepts and delivers personalized, scaffolded instructional support to each student. The electronic diagnostic assessment in Odyssey targets the skills each student lacks, and then creates an individualized learning path for that student.
Odyssey’s customizable management and reporting system provides real-time data to keep teachers, students, and parents updated on student progress. Teachers then use the Odyssey reporting features to make data-based decisions on how to modify their students’ prescribed learning paths.
ODYSSEY OFFERS SPIRALED CURRICULUM AND SCAFFOLDED INSTRUCTION THAT WORK TOGETHER
Odyssey’s spiraled curriculum benefits students who are performing at all instructional levels. When combined with scaffolded instruction, it provides struggling students with supports that reinforce knowledge and skills as they move from one concept to the next at increasing levels of difficulty.
COMPASS LEARNING SUPPORTS A TIERED INTERVENTION MODEL
Compass Learning offers both online and offline activities to accommodate intervention at the following levels of student proficiency:
- Tier I (Benchmark): This level is for students who, while generally making good progress, may be experiencing temporary or minor instructional difficulties.
- Tier II (Strategic): Tier II is intended for students who are functioning below grade-level standards and who need additional systematic and explicit instructional support.
- Tier III (Intensive): This level is geared toward students who are seriously at risk of failure, have demonstrated chronically low performance on multiple measures of instructional proficiency, and also need systematic and explicit instructional support.