Progress Monitoring for Students with Disabilities
While monitoring and reporting progress for students with disabilities has been a practice for many years, there have been significant changes and improvement in the practice of monitoring progress.
We are now monitroing students' progress within the context of their enrolled grade level standards. We have multiple ways to measure progress. We are now using progress monitoring as a means of improving instruction. We are seeing better students outcomes.
This is a well-researched topic, and we are fortunate to have many rich resources to support our efforts in progress monitoring. Most educators are implementing progress monitoring tactics in a variety of ways.
Define progress monitoring for students with disabilities within the context of standards-based instruction
Describe three types of progress monitoring
Determine strategies for tracking and monitoring progress
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