Planning, Delivering and Evaluating an Intervention
Having identified an area of need the next
step is to plan (or select) a suitable intervention for that
individual or group with similar needs. The intervention is
then put in place and its impact measured. It is vital that
the PLAN, DO, REVIEW cycle is used. This reflects the
solving process previously described.
Thought should be given not only to why an
intervention is selected, but also to the quality of delivery and
the impact of the intervention. Such evaluation is vital in
not only planning next steps but in deciding if the intervention is
a useful one to use with other individuals or groups of pupils.