Prioritizing what we want the student to be able to do...
The next step in the process is to take a look at all of the information you have gathered, and come up with the priorities of what you want the student to be able to do through the use of additional strategies or tools.
Here are some things to think about:
What tasks or activities are other students doing that this student needs to be able to do (or do more effectively or efficiently)?
What does this student need to be able to do that is challenging to do independently at this time?
Identify the important and meaningful priorities that need addressing for this student at this point in time.
Examples might include: “Be able to access all grade level materials”; “Have access to spelling support when composing written materials”; “Have tools to support organization of backpack and materials”.
Write down the team's comments on the Notetaking Sheet