Intensive Early Assessment with Instructional Intervention

 Instructors from all divisions are asked to document early assessment within the third or fourth week of classes. Students who have difficulty with the course content are provided with academic intervention(s). The instructor identifies the intervention(s) in the course syllabus. Each instructor identifies the methods used to help students succeed (tutoring, STAR lab for tutoring, group study sessions led by the instructor or students, or any number of possible interventions).  PCCUA believes instructional intervention to support learning is critical to student course success.

The premise of the Early Intervention Support System is rooted in faculty assuming responsibility for assisting students who need help in the courses they teach. It has developed because of the failure of a PCCUA Early Alert program which focused primarily on attendance.

PCCUA requires faculty to provide a grade after the three-four week assessment. If the student has a grade of D or less, the faculty member attaches a note to the grade identifying the type of intervention which will be used with the student.

ID 15859

To contact this college about this intervention, take note of the ID above, ID #15859, and then fill out the intervention contact request form

Please note that for security purposes, contact information can only be provided to known contacts at active Achieving the Dream institutions.

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