Problem solving processes
Focusing on student outcomes, what are the outcomes for the students using this intervention?
- What processes need to be in place for staff?
- What capabilities need to be developed?
- What data will you use to intervene early, select interventions and monitor progress?
- What are the evidence-based practices that will support students?
A crucial part of PBL implementation is the role of the school based PBL team using a problem-solving approach to support student learning and behaviour – systems and practices, with data driving decision making to improve outcomes. These are implemented and prioritised by the school.
The problem-solving process includes school-wide systems:
- non-classroom settings
- classroom settings
- individual students
- family and community
- improve school climate
- decrease reactive management
- improve support for students with emotional and behavioural difficulties
- integrate academic and behaviour initiatives
- maximise academic achievement.