I think it's good that you are stating what you believe, even if it's against what everyone else thinks. My team is very similar. We love working with one another but we have differing opinions.
I don't know how your interventions work now, or what you think is better but we've had the same disagreement.
Teachers on my team are overwhelmed and don't want to switch classes and don't want to be accountable for anyone else's kids besides their own because they're nervous about what could come back on them. We finally agreed to switch this year and things seem to be going okaaaaaaaay. Some people are uncomfortable with doing rotations/differentiated instruction, which is a problem. I guess we're headed in the right direction though.
Good luck! Just stay calm, state your case and why you think it's best. I recently got frustrated at one of our team meetings and really wanted to say something. Instead, I stood up and quietly excused myself as if I had to go to the restroom. I was glad later that I handled myself in this way rather than saying what I really wanted to say! A little self control can go a long way. Not that I expect you to react this way, just a suggestion should it arise.