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Strategies for More Effective Progress Monitoring

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Progress monitoring provides valuable insights into the effectiveness of interventions and valuable information to support the intensification of less successful interventions. Yet, because of the complexity of collecting and using progress data, too often this evidence-based practice is experienced by educators as little more than a mountain of paperwork.

Why is this the case? Because many initiatives begin without systems in place to help educators efficiently collect and use progress monitoring data to truly effect change.

Join us to learn practical, evidence-based strategies for improving school-wide acceptance and use of progress monitoring data.

You’ll investigate:

  • Setting easily defensible growth goals
  • Best practices for collecting progress monitoring data
  • How school and district leaders can effectively utilize progress monitoring data
  • Strategies for evaluating your current progress monitoring system supports—and identify areas for growth
Sarah Brown, Ph.D.
MTSS consultant and author, System Impact Consulting
Sarah Brown, Ph.D., is a national MTSS consultant and author. She formerly served as Senior Director of MTSS Solutions at Renaissance and as Bureau Chief at the Iowa Department of Education. She is co-author of the book Effective Universal Instruction: An Action-Oriented Approach to Improving Tier 1.
Annette Duncan, Ph.D.
Annette Duncan, Ph.D., is a Literacy Coach at Lowell Elementary in Waterloo, Iowa. She has proudly served the Waterloo School District for 34 years. She earned a Doctorate in Curriculum & Instruction from the University of Northern Iowa. She also holds a Literacy Coach Certification and is involved with providing professional development in the areas of literacy and equity.
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