Intervention Specialist

At Cedar Brook, Intervention Specialists use a variety of teaching techniques to encourage students’ critical thinking and discussion in assigned subject areas for small group intervention. We also model best instructional practices, provide resources, support teachers, and perform a variety of duties as assigned by administrators.


Welcome to Our Literacy Site

Speaking, listening, reading and writing are the cornerstones of the literacy program at Cedar Brook Elementary. Teachers model speaking, listening, reading and writing skills and provide students many opportunities for guided and independent practice. Using this balanced approach to literacy, students have daily opportunities to develop and practice these important skills.

In addition to basic literacy skills, higher order thinking skills are emphasized. By teaching students to make personal connections, create mental images, ask questions, determine important ideas, make inferences, and synthesize information, we help them deepen their understanding of what is read. Students learn the writing traits of organization, ideas, sentence fluency, voice, word choice, and conventions of writing to produce powerful written compositions.

Language Arts skills are also integrated into all content areas. Students use speaking, listening, reading and writing skills in math, science, social studies, art, and music to acquire information and to show what they have learned in these subject areas.

Teachers avail themselves of many opportunities to grow professionally. Through consultant visits, district staff development sessions, and collaboration with CBE staff, we build professional excellence to best meet the needs of our students.

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