The COVID-19 virus disrupted instruction for students in unprecedented ways. Regardless of the instruction format used by schools in the spring and fall of 2020, students will start the new school year with varying levels of social-emotional behavior (SEB) and academic needs. Compared with prior years, many learners will need targeted or intensive intervention in order to help get back on track. Throughout the 2020-2021 school year—as educators work both to recover lost learning and accelerate new learning—progress monitoring will be essential. With strong progress monitoring practices, educators are equipped to track whether interventions are effective and adjust them as soon as possible if they are not.
Join us for a webinar to deepen your understanding of progress monitoring, increase your confidence in using progress monitoring data to drive decisions for students, and explore the role of progress monitoring in the context of our “new normal.”
In this session, you will:
+ Understand the purposes of progress monitoring and examples of progress monitoring assessments to monitor student learning
+ Practice interpreting progress monitoring data
+ Unpack common progress monitoring questions and misconceptions to guide your work