ICT stands for Instructional Consultation Team. This is a team of individuals (teachers, school psychologists, school social workers) who work together to find strategies that help improve a student’s learning by giving the teacher and the student different strategies to use. Currently this process is being implemented at both Ellis and Woodview Elementary Schools. See ICT Tab for more information.
Examples of Students Who Should or Should Not be Referred to ICT Process
The following are examples of possible student situations that should be referred to the IC Team. This is not an all inclusive list.
- Speech only students whose teachers are now having academic or behavioral concerns.
- Learning Disabled student in a specific area (reading), whose teachers are now seeing math or behavioral concerns.
- Any general education student that does not have an IEP, whose teacher is having concerns in reading, writing, math, or behavior.
- Student receiving Social Work services whose teacher is now seeing academic concerns in reading, writing, and/or math.
- Students whose teachers are concerned with ASD characteristics being exhibited by a student who has not previously been identified as having an ASD.
The following is a list of examples of student situations that should not be referred to the IC Team. This list is not all inclusive.
- Student receiving Social Work services on their IEP now having different or more severe behavior issues. This student is already receiving support through the Social Worker. Teacher should discuss concerns with Social Worker so that the behavior plan can be adjusted.
- Student whose teacher is having speech articulation concerns. Teacher should discuss their concerns with the Speech Therapist.
- Student identified as having an ASD. This student’s services can be adjusted by the ASD team and on their IEP.
What’s the ICT process? Click here to find out.