90 MINUTES X 2-3 DAYS A WEEK A SCHEDULE WITH PLENTY OF TIME FOR AMPLE SUPPORT This is the time-rich schedule the MARIO Framework was originally designed for and is paired well with a balanced approach. 90 Minutes X 2-3 Days a Week 60 MINUTES X 5 DAYS A WEEK A SCHEDULE WITH PLENTY OF TIME AND CONSISTENT SUPPORT Plenty of time to facilitate significant growth!

While we recommend a balanced approach with this schedule, a skill-based option is also appealing.
60 Minutes X 5 Days a Week
30 MINUTES X ONCE A WEEK THE MINIMUM FOR STUDENTS THAT HAVE INDIVIDUALLY SCHEDULED SESSIONS While it is possible to use this schedule for individual students, we suggest finding another 45 minutes a week and spreading the time out (30 minutes x 2-3 times a week). This schedule does provide more structure than a general check-in and might be enough for students that need limited support. 30 Minutes X Once a Week 60 MINUTES X ONCE A WEEK A LIMITED MODEL FOR STUDENTS THAT HAVE INDIVIDUALLY SCHEDULED SESSIONS. While it is possible to use this schedule for individual students, we suggest adding another 15 minutes a week and spreading the time out (30 minutes x 2-3 times a week). If that's not possible, you can always use this schedule.

We don't advocate using this schedule for other classes, but we understand that schools aren't resourced equally. This is an option of last resort for classes of any size.
60 Minutes X Once a Week
30 MINUTES X 2-3 DAYS A WEEK A GREAT SCHEDULE FOR STUDENTS THAT ARE INDIVIDUALLY SCHEDULED AND A POSSIBLE CLASS STRUCTURE FOR TIME-LIMITED PROGRAMS. For small classes, this schedule is composed of just the core components. It's still a workable model and could be a possibility for programs that find making time for a dedicated learning support class challenging.

Individual students that are being case managed on a one-to-one basis will find that this model usually provides enough support.
30 Minutes X 2-3 Days a Week
60 MINUTES X 2-3 DAYS A WEEK A SCHEDULE THAT INCLUDES ESSENTIAL SUPPORT Classes will have enough time to successfully engage in a slightly limited, yet effective, schedule. Due to time constraints, you might want to prioritize skills, academics, or let students decide.

Individual students that are being case managed on a one-to-one basis will find that this model provides robust support.
60 Minutes X 2-3 Days a Week
30 MINUTES X 5 DAYS A WEEK A SCHEDULE THAT INCLUDES ESSENTIAL SUPPORT ON A CONSISTENT BASIS Small classes will have just enough time to successfully engage in a limited, yet effective, schedule. Due to time constraints, you might want to prioritize skills, academics, or let students decide.

Individual students that are being case managed on a one-to-one basis will find that this model provides robust support.
30 Minutes X 5 Days a Week
THE LAST STEP IDENTIFY HOW MUCH TIME YOU HAVE