Pull-Out Methods of Instruction
In our pull-out instruction, we work with administrators and classroom teachers to establish a schedule that is the least disruptive to regular classroom instruction. Students are pulled in small groups based on literacy and math ability levels to work on Tier II and III Interventions. A station rotation form of instruction is delivered in which students have one-on-one to small group guided instruction with the Title teacher, independent work with diagnostic software, and peer-to-peer learning opportunities. Triangulated data is monitored by the Title and classroom teacher. Students are grouped according to their skill gaps and placed on an intensive intervention program until mastery of the skills are obtained.