All we talk about at school is interventions. Which students are getting what intervention? How are we giving the intervention? How are we tracking the intervention?
At first I thought I could track everything online. Everyone is going paperless and you can use Google Docs from just about anywhere, but it didn’t work. I didn’t always have a computer and if I did I didn’t always have time to find and pull up the document(s). It seemed that I could have been working smarter instead of harder.
So I found some printables, stuck them in a binder and tried to use those. It was easier to track, but the forms were really great. They weren’t school counselor forms, they were Math and Reading RTI forms. I really needed school counselor forms. I also realized that I don’t like using binders, but I really like making books using the binding machine at school.
All of this lead me to creating an Intervention Notebook: School Counselor Edition.
I printed mine out on cardstock and used the binding machine to create my notebook. (I use cardstock because I like to write with colorful markers and then it doesn’t bleed through.) However for all you binder lovers out there, it would create a beautiful binder too!