A BBT Team is a group of Woodbrook teachers and specialized staff members who come together to develop an individualized General Education Intervention (GEI) plan in order to meet the diverse learning and social needs of all Woodbrook students.
A student may be referred by his/her classroom teacher, parent, or other staff member to the BBTI team if he/she is struggling academically or socially in school.
The BBT team’s focus is to provide new ideas or strategies that will assist a student’s progress in the classroom. These ideas and strategies are built on the strengths and interests unique to the individual student.
How does it work?
- The team begins by identifying specific academic and/or behavior concerns that are affecting a student at school.
- Interventions are then suggested and discussed by the team.
- A plan of action is created to support the student’s needs and monitor progress through data collection.
- The team meets on an ongoing basis to monitor the success of each student and make any necessary changes to the action plan.
Woodbrook staff members strive to ensure the success of all Woodbrook students. A referral to the BBT team is a positive step toward greater academic and social success for the student.