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Progress Monitoring and Data Collection

EC Professional Development Day

February 18, 2013

What is Progress Monitoring?

  • Progress monitoring is a scientifically based instructional strategy used to assess a students performance and evaluate the effectiveness of instructionover a given amount of time.

  • Progress monitoring is a valid and efficient tool for gauging the effectiveness of instruction, determining whether instructional modifications are necessary, and providing important information for eventual classification and placement decisions.

Do you progress monitor your students?

Using the post it notes provided on your table,

place yourself on the continuum –

ranging from “religiously” to “oh snap…it’s the end of the 9 weeks and progress notes are due”.

Who should be progress monitoring?

  • Regular education teachers should monitor a students progress on Common Core and Essential Standards through benchmarking.

  • Regular education, Title I, interventionists, and support personnel should progress monitor students who are at risk for failure at least monthly through a pre-referral process.

  • Special education teachers should be monitoring students one to three times per week on specific skills needed to access grade level curriculum as determined by IEP goals.

Who should I be progress monitoring?

  • In order to monitor the effectiveness of instruction, all students should participate in benchmarking assessments and universal screenings.

  • Students who are identified as having a disability should be progress monitored on a weekly basis, from one to three times per week.

When and where should progress monitoring occur?

  • Students identified as having a disability should be monitored one to three times weekly.

  • Progress monitoring should occur throughout the entire continuum of service from regular education to separate setting.

  • Progress monitoring can be completed in an inclusion setting, during resource groups, one on one, or as determined by modifications/accommodations.

How do I progress monitor?

  • Systematically

  • Consistently

  • Have a set schedule for progress monitoring.

  • Use a standardized administration procedure that allows for accuracy and reliability.

What should be progress monitored?

  • Reading

  • Writing

  • Math

  • Behavior

  • Functional Skills

Any area of need in which students are being provided instruction.

What can I use to progress monitor?

  • Reading:

    -Star Early Literacy

    -Star Reading

    -Easy CBM


    -Intervention Central

    -Teacher record/notes

  • Math:

    -Star Math

    -Easy CBM

    -Intervention Central


    -Timed Math Drills

    -Teacher record/notes

What can I use to progress monitor?

  • Behavior

    -Classroom Behavior


    -Behavior checklist

    -Peer Comparison


  • Functional Skills

    -The BRIDGE Literacy

    Skills Assessment


    -Task Analysis

    -Repeated Trials

Share Session

What resources are you currently using to progress monitor your students?

What successes have you had?

What challenges are you facing as you attempt to progress monitor your students?

Progress Monitoring and Data Collection

We are here to support you as you grow professionally. Contact your instructional coach or behavior specialist if you need assistance in coming up with a system or resources for progress monitoring.

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