Identifying a Struggling Student

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Identifying a Struggling Student by Mind Map: Identifying a Struggling Student

1. References: 10 Basic Steps in Special Education (Apr 9, 2017) Retrieved October 3rd, 2019, from https://www.parentcenterhub.org/steps/ A Teacher's Basic Guide to Making a Referral (January 06, 2019) Retrieved, October 3rd, 2019, from https://www.thoughtco.com/a-teachers-basic-guide-to-making-a-referral-3194361

2. Teacher

2.1. Identifies student who is not meeting expectation

2.2. fill pre-referral document and support documents.

2.3. Meet with the Support team.

2.4. Plan observations for the possible struggle student.

2.4.1. Success with the struggling student.

2.4.2. If the difficulties continues: Start with REFERRAL PROCESS

2.4.2.1. Meeting with principal and Support team

2.4.2.2. Follow up weekly meetings and students results

2.5. If the issue gets solved with the new strategies suggested by the support team, will turns to a successful kid

3. Parents

3.1. Meet with the teacher and Support team.

3.2. Be informed their child presents learning difficulties.

3.3. If necessary, bring to the school the Psych Ed evaluation

4. School Administration

4.1. Meet with Support team and class teacher per strugglin students.

4.2. Follow up of all struggling students.

4.3. Just if needed meeting with student's parents if they are in denial.

5. Support Team

5.1. Meet with Teacher

5.2. Plans observation of the possible struggling student

5.3. Studying the student and the environment of the classroom

5.3.1. Look at the Data

5.3.2. Check previous MAP test scores

5.3.3. Check previous F&P test scores

5.3.4. Review current and old teachers comments

5.4. Review the curriculum

5.4.1. Give new material to the teacher

5.4.2. Give less work to the student (depends)

5.4.3. Use different strategies depends on any kid needs

5.5. Follow up meetings

5.5.1. Success with the struggling student.

5.5.2. If the difficulties continues: Start with REFERRAL PROCESS

5.5.2.1. Meeting with principal and Support team

5.5.2.2. Request a Pshyc Ed report.

5.5.2.3. Follow up weekly meetings and students results

5.5.2.4. Reevaluate student.

5.5.3. Meeting with principal and classroom teacher

5.5.4. Request a Pshyc Ed report.

5.5.5. Follow up weekly meetings and students results

6. by Veronica Lucero