Reliable data drives classroom intervention strategies and helps teachers make informed instructional decisions. This is a foundational aspect of how a classroom runs. But where do you get data that is valid, reliable, and easy to use?
Data can be collected in different ways and at different times during the school year. Progress-monitoring assessments provide teachers with usable student data on the individual and/or classroom level.
Measuring student progress drives classroom instruction and gives a clear picture of how teachers need to spend instructional time moving forward.
Acting on the data gathered in a timely manner ensures the best results. For example, if teachers measure a whole class’s early reading skills, it may be necessary to measure in small chunks that focus directly on each part of early reading intervention practices. Classroom assessments and reading instruction will look very different if the skill assessed is top of mind for students.
Istation’s web-based reporting provides formative insight to guide instructional decision-making and intervention strategies. Watch a quick video about how personalized data profiles can make your job simpler.
Let data inform daily instructional strategies and drive small-group intervention needs.
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