Reading and Literacy Intervention
Catapult Learning’s reading and literacy intervention programs provide intensive, small-group instruction for students struggling with grade level content and concepts. The program includes a diagnostic and prescriptive approach that creates a personalized learning plan to guide instruction and differentiation.
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Math Support: In collaboration with classroom teachers, CORA (Counseling Or Referral Assistance) Services provides small-group academic support to students with difficulty in math. CORA educators utilize varied instructional strategies and materials to differentiate instruction and provide best practices. CORA teachers work to develop basic skills and align with classroom instruction.
Speech and Language: The primary goal of school-based Speech and Languages Services is to remediate or improve student communication challenges within an educational environment in an effort to support a student’s academic progress and social-functional interaction. Service delivery is tailored to the student’s age and ability and may utilize assistive technologies to promote communication.
School Psychologist: CORA school psychologists work with the parents/guardians, teachers and administrators to create a successful learning environment for each child. The psychologist will assess a student’s specific pattern of abilities and learning styles in order to determine appropriate expectations of a student’s success and lay the groundwork for an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or other learning plan. Through professional evaluations and assessments, psychologists help to identify, assess, and remove barriers for children who have social, emotional, and behavioral challenges impeding academic success.