Report: Determining adequate yearly progress from kindergarten through grade 6 with Curriculum Based Measurement



RTI, progress monitoring, INSTRUCTION


PRACTITIONER:teaching design and practices


National Center on Student Progress Monitoring,


unknown, 9/3/2009


Progress monitoring is a scientifically based practice that teachers can use to evaluate the effectiveness of their instruction for individual students or their entire class. Teachers identify goals for what their students will learn over time, measure their students' progress toward meeting these goals by comparing expected and actual rates of learning, and adjust their teaching as needed. The benefits of progress monitoring include accelerated learning for students who receive more appropriate instruction and more informed instructional decisions and higher expectations for students by teachers. Overall, the use of progress monitoring results in more efficient and appropriately targeted instructional techniques and goals, which, together, move all students to faster attainment of important state standards for their achievement.


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