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How can Doodle be used to support intervention in schools?

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Written by Jo Kiddell
Updated over a week ago

The Doodle programmes are a great tool to support intervention in schools!

Firstly, the information available on the Teacher Dashboard can provide the perfect areas to focus on in intervention groups! Any member of staff can head to Work Programmes > View understanding to view students’ gaps and plan their intervention session. You can either look at an overview of their understanding on the students page, or select the age related expectations (ARE) view.

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Expand AREs to gain a further insight.

The Doodle work programmes themselves are often used during intervention sessions by learners! Students can work on their personalised work programmes (their ‘x-a-day’) and save questions as ‘Tricky’ to be discussed with/supported by the member of staff.

Also, specific, targeted Assignments could be assigned for the intervention session, and all of the learners could go through these independently or as a group together. If an Assignment is set from the Teacher Dashboard, then students can receive support on the questions if needed, which won’t affect their personalised programmes - just like the ‘Tricky Questions'.

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Keep an eye out for Tricky Questions, highlighted in Work programmes > View understanding with an exclamation mark.

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