The Instructional Interventionist is a position designed to work directly with students and teachers.  This role is crucial in the implementation of our RtI/MTSS system by coaching and collaborating with teachers, ensuring general education interventions are matched to student needs, providing targeted instruction to strudents, monitoring the progress of the students and helping evaluate the system as a whole. 

Specifically, the interventionist: 

  • attends grade level PLC meetings to collaborate with teachers
  • coaches teachers on the use of data to inform instruction and general education interventions
  • supports, and sometimes delivers, building professional development
  • models instruction for teachers which supports building and district professional development
  • works closely with the building principal to provide supports for teachers
  • facilitates problem solving process (BAT)
  • coordinates and tracks the interventions in place for students
  • delivers targeted and intensive interventions for struggling and at-risk-students
  • monitors student progress through data collection and analysis
  • analyzes school wide data to help evaluate program effectiveness and implementation levels
  • understands the Common Core standards and their progression for elementary grades
  • locates, creates, and organizes materials that match instructional goals aligned to the Common Core
  • gives descriptive feedback to teachers and students to improve learning
  • builds and maintains trusting relationships among colleagues
  • serves as an instructional leader in the building.

What is an instructional strategist / roles/ expectations. (subpage)

Forms and rubric from interview process (subpage)

 Self reflection stuff