School Based Intervention (SBI)
List of students with concerns is compiled by the teachers & handed to NHETS. NHETS begins classroom observation.
NHETS creates a list of students. The process begins by assessing the child informally to identify the areas of concerns in reading, writing, spellings & math, behavior, conduct, etc.
Impression of child’s concerns is derived, based on Observation and Informal Assessment is documented
Based on the Impression, Skills are identified, Strategies are devised, and 6 months measurable goals are formulated to bridge the learning gap
The IEP is shared with the SR and Parent
After a period of 6 months of intervention, the child is re-evaluated. Based on the assessment, child is recommended either to exit the program or to continue. Then, new measurable goals are created.
Addressing academic concerns, bullying, discipline, gadgets, sex education, emotional and anxiety concerns and depression
Dealing with learning concerns , academic performance , bullying, discipline, gadgets, emotional and anxiety concerns and depression, and any other concerns shared by the school.
Identifying high risk students
Dealing with classroom strategies
Approaches to multi teaching method
Different ways to evaluate a child
Modifying the curriculum, the tests
Classroom management strategies etc
Essential Benefits of SBI for your School
In-house NHDP to help each individual child to cope with school curriculum and program.
Care for ALL children & not just for those with already identified concerns (because, not all concerns would have been identified easily)
Ongoing training of regular school teachers
Result oriented intervention
Service customization with logistical convenience for your students
Unique distinction for your school – empowering students with a set of tools- skills and strategies.