Instructional support is a service delivery model that provides staff development, coaching and other teaching supports for staff in member districts. Services are provided to students, general and special education teachers and building teams throughout the school year.
The CASE Instructional Support Team (IST) supports educators in providing the tools, coaching, and environmental modifications to improve outcomes of students with challenging needs. They provide member districts with academic/behavior interventions for classrooms, teams, or individuals. IST Facilitators are committed to evidence-based practices and a pro-active, collaborative approach. Team members have extensive training in problem solving, research based interventions, and applied behavior analysis. The IST uses a multidisciplinary problem solving process to identify need, analyze data, collaborate on intervention planning, and continually work towards student success.
Services and supports have included the following:
Additional trainings as well as supports for individual students and/or classroom teachers are being developed in response to district needs. The IST works closely with district staff and administrators throughout the school year so that services are personalized to staff needs as well as building and district environments.