Anxiety / Depression
Chronic Relationship issues
Poor functional life skills
Need for Positive Behavior Modeling
Need for Academic Reteaching
After school homework Support
Poor Executive Functioning
Poor Social Skills
SOLVING ALL SCHOOL PROBLEMS
Not just identifying the problem.... here's WHAT to do:
Students who evidence poor academic progress and increased behavioral symptoms during the school day are likely to have experienced one of the following: A mental health diagnosis, a trauma, environmental disadvantage, a learning need, relationship problems, or exposure to substance. Instead of generalized strategies or ineffective disciplinary consequences, here are individualized interventions for problems at all levels of severity and type.
INVERTED PYRAMID OF SOCIAL JUSTICE
Here is one building's model of WHO provides service and how often:
Poor Attention and Impulse Control
Use this curriculum
A FULLY DIMENSIONAL MODEL OF STUDENT SERVICE
Don't forget... Here is WHY we intervene:
Students who have just had a major fight with their sibling may not be focused to
take a test thirty minutes later. Those who have not eaten since the night prior
may be too distracted to focus on a new classroom concept. Children who
feel ostracized by their former friends are not likely to work well in a class
group... Such are the daily barriers to learning for our students.
By addressing basic needs and providing a foundation to remediate
material, relationship, skill, and identity concerns, schools can prime
their classes to promote higher thinking and greater academic rigor.
Stamina and grit come from teaching students to identify
what influences their behavior and then training them
to push the limits to be their best self.
Modeling pro-social and healthy lifestyles can set students
on a path to success for years to come.
The right-hand diagram correlates Maslow's Heirarchy
of Needs with student service modules, challenging
schools to focus on influences of the whole child.
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