Whole class intervention

Name of School:


Our school is considered:


In five words or less, describe your prototype

Improve instruction to increase learning

Insert an image that showcases your prototype.

How might we?:

How might we utilize opportunities for collaboration to enhance assessment, instructional design, numeracy, literacy and engagement?

Describe the prototype(s) your school will focus on. Get creative. Be sure to describe the various approaches staff will take, what you will keep your eye on and how staff plan to document their results.

What We Tried:

Levelled Literacy Intervention

Writer's Workshop

Numeracy Intervention

Common assessment

Norming of language

What we kept our eyes on:

Creation and usability of student assessment data

Instructional change and improvement

Teacher collaboration

How we documented our results:

Provincial Achievement Test data

Identifying Reading Level data, BAS

Identifying Numeracy levels

Student attendance

Teacher collaboration meetings

What we learned:

Staff have varying understandings, approaches and capacities of literacy and numeracy instruction.

Effective in-house professional learning and common assessment leads to universal instructional outcomes.

LLI was extremely popular and engaging for students, creating a classroom structure for small groups may best facilitate large and dynamic classrooms.

Staff understanding must be both vertical and horizontal

Our next steps:

Continue to follow Timperley’s “Spiral of Inquiry” to be flexible and adaptive