progress monitoring n.
Download
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Progress Monitoring PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Progress Monitoring

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 45

Progress Monitoring - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 98 Views
  • Uploaded on

Progress Monitoring. Oregon RTI Cadre 6 Trainings Feb 23, 2011. What is Progress Monitoring?.

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'Progress Monitoring' - aira


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
progress monitoring

Progress Monitoring

Oregon RTI

Cadre 6 Trainings

Feb 23, 2011

what is progress monitoring
What is Progress Monitoring?
  • …repeated measurement of academic performance to inform instruction of individual students in general and special education... It is conducted at least monthly to (a) estimate rates of improvement, (b) identify students who are not demonstrating adequate progress and/or (c) compare the efficacy of different forms of instruction to design more effective, individualized instruction.

-National Center on Response to Intervention

slide3

Progress monitoring answers the question….

Is what we’re doing working?

why we monitor progress
Why We Monitor Progress

For your typical student that’s a gain of…

+32%ile points

+29 %ile points

+26 %ile points

why we monitor progress1
Why We Monitor Progress
  • It’s the law:

(d) Progress monitoring data, including:

  • (B) Data-based documentation of repeated assessments of achievement at reasonable intervals, reflecting formal assessment of student progress that is directly linked to instruction.
purposes
Purposes

Progress monitoring serves 2 purposes:

  • Evaluate the effectiveness of ongoing interventions for cohort groups of students (evaluation of intervention)
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of ongoing interventions for individual students (evaluation of student’s response to intervention)
progress monitoring tools
Progress Monitoring Tools

Sensitive to growth

Brief & Easy

Equivalent forms!!!

Frequent

progress monitoring tools1
Progress Monitoring Tools

Curriculum-Based Measures

(CBM)

General Outcome Measures

(GOMs)

what are progress monitoring tools
What are Progress Monitoring Tools?

Progress Monitoring Tools

NOT

Progress Monitoring Tools

Quick Phonics Screener

QRI-IV

DRA2

Running Records

Report cards

OAKS

Reading Curriculum Fluency passages or weekly tests

  • DIBELS
    • ORF, NWF, PSF, FSF, Daze
  • AIMSWEB
    • ORF, Maze, MC, etc
  • easyCBM
    • PSF, WRF, PRF, MCRC, Vocab, Math
cba vs cbm
CBA vs. CBM

Curriculum Based Assessment (CBA)

Curriculum Based

Measurement (CBM)

using the right tool
Using the Right Tool

The progress monitoring tool should match the skills being taught.

slide15

If we use the wrong tool, we won’t be able to answer the question….

Is what we’re doing working?

slide16

For more info, visit www.rti4success.org

(Progress Monitoring Tools Chart)

what information does it give you
What information does it give you?

Reading Curriculum Fluency Passages/Weekly Tests (CBA)

Progress Monitoring Tools

(CBM)

VS.

what information does it give you1
What information does it give you?

Reading Curriculum Fluency Passages/Weekly Tests

Progress Monitoring Tools

VS.

what information does it give you2
What information does it give you?

Reading Curriculum Fluency Passages/Weekly Tests

Progress Monitoring Tools

VS.

slide20

Our Goal

Desired

Course

We are

Here

Actual

Course

Where are we?

What is our goal?

What course should we follow?

How are we doing?

progress monitoring graphs fundamental characteristics
Progress Monitoring Graphs: Fundamental Characteristics
  • Blank graph with scale for improvement on left, and time on bottom
slide23

6

0

5

0

4

0

3

0

2

0

1

0

D

e

c

.

J

a

n

.

F

e

b

.

M

a

r

c

h

A

p

r

i

l

M

a

y

J

u

n

e

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

1. Scale and Time

Scale for improvement

Oral Reading Fluency

Time

progress monitoring graphs fundamental characteristics1
Progress Monitoring Graphs: Fundamental Characteristics
  • Blank graph with scale for improvement on left, and time on bottom
  • Baseline data = starting point
slide25

6

0

5

0

4

0

3

0

2

0

1

0

D

e

c

.

J

a

n

.

F

e

b

.

M

a

r

c

h

A

p

r

i

l

M

a

y

J

u

n

e

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

2. Baseline Data

Oral Reading Fluency

Baseline Data

progress monitoring graphs fundamental characteristics2
Progress Monitoring Graphs: Fundamental Characteristics
  • Blank graph with scale for improvement on left, and time on bottom
  • Baseline data = starting point
  • Goal = target for finish
slide27

6

0

5

0

4

0

3

0

2

0

1

0

D

e

c

.

J

a

n

.

F

e

b

.

M

a

r

c

h

A

p

r

i

l

M

a

y

J

u

n

e

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

3. Goal

Goal

Oral Reading Fluency

goal setting things to consider
Goal Setting: Things to Consider
  • What is the goal?
    • Criterion-based
      • Research-based benchmarks/proficiency
    • Norm-based
      • Minimum of 25th percentile (bottom limit of average)
      • School, District, State, National

How do you define success?

goal setting things to consider1
Goal Setting: Things to Consider
  • By when will they get there?
    • Long term goals always at proficiency

(i.e., grade placement benchmark)

    • Short term goals may be an incremental step towards proficiency (i.e., instructional level material)

Does your goal close the gap?

goal setting things to consider2
Goal Setting: Things to Consider
  • What does reasonable growth look like?
    • National Growth rates (Fuchs, AIMSWEB, Hasbrouck & Tindal)
    • District Growth rates
    • Cohort growth rates

What progress can we expect?

progress monitoring graphs fundamental characteristics3
Progress Monitoring Graphs: Fundamental Characteristics
  • Blank graph with scale for improvement on left, and time on bottom
  • Baseline data = starting point
  • Goal = target for finish
  • Aim line/Goal line
slide32

6

0

5

0

4

0

3

0

2

0

1

0

D

e

c

.

J

a

n

.

F

e

b

.

M

a

r

c

h

A

p

r

i

l

M

a

y

J

u

n

e

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

4. Aimline/Goal line

Aimline/Goal line

Oral Reading Fluency

progress monitoring graphs fundamental characteristics4
Progress Monitoring Graphs: Fundamental Characteristics
  • Blank graph with scale for improvement on left, and time on bottom
  • Baseline data = starting point
  • Goal = target for finish
  • Aim line/Goal line
  • Progress monitoring data points
slide34

6

0

5

0

4

0

3

0

2

0

1

0

D

e

c

.

J

a

n

.

F

e

b

.

M

a

r

c

h

A

p

r

i

l

M

a

y

J

u

n

e

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

5. Progress Monitoring Data Points

Oral Reading Fluency

Data Points

progress monitoring graphs fundamental characteristics5
Progress Monitoring Graphs: Fundamental Characteristics
  • Blank graph with scale for improvement on left, and time on bottom
  • Baseline data = starting point
  • Goal = target for finish
  • Aim line/Goal line
  • Progress monitoring data points
  • Phase line(s) = vertical line(s) indicating that you made an intervention change.
slide36

6

0

5

0

4

0

3

0

2

0

1

0

D

e

c

.

J

a

n

.

F

e

b

.

M

a

r

c

h

A

p

r

i

l

M

a

y

J

u

n

e

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

6. Phaseline(s) (if needed)

Phaselines

Add 15 minutes to intervention

Reduce group size to 3 students

Oral Reading Fluency

progress monitoring graphs fundamental characteristics6
Progress Monitoring Graphs: Fundamental Characteristics
  • Blank graph with scale for improvement on left, and time on bottom
  • Baseline data = starting point
  • Goal = target for finish
  • Aim line/Goal line
  • Progress monitoring data points
  • Phase line(s) = vertical line(s) indicating that you made an intervention change.
  • Trend line = actual rate of student progress
slide38

6

0

5

0

4

0

3

0

2

0

1

0

D

e

c

.

J

a

n

.

F

e

b

.

M

a

r

c

h

A

p

r

i

l

M

a

y

J

u

n

e

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

S

c

o

r

e

s

7. Trendline (if needed)

Trendline

Oral Reading Fluency

progress monitoring graphs fundamental characteristics7
Progress Monitoring Graphs: Fundamental Characteristics
  • Blank graph with scale for improvement on left, and time on bottom
  • Baseline data = starting point
  • Goal = target for finish
  • Aim line/Goal line
  • Progress monitoring data points
  • Phase line(s) = vertical line(s) indicating that you made an intervention change.
  • Trend line = actual rate of student progress
how often do you progress monitor students
How often do you progress monitor students?

Determined by district decision rules and level of need

  • Best practice recommendations:
    • Intensive: 1x per week
    • Strategic: 1x or 2x per month
logistics questions to consider
Logistics:Questions to Consider
  • Who collects the data?
    • How will they be trained/re-trained?
  • Who enters/graphs the data?
  • Where is the data kept?
slide42

How do we know if a student is making adequate progress?

Decision Rules

Correct words per Minute

we do not use progress monitoring data to
We do not use progress monitoring data to…

…select specific short-term instructional goals

…take a lot of time away from instruction

…diagnose educational problems

…assign grades to students

…evaluate teachers

activity

CONSENSUS

INFRASTRUCTURE

CONSENSUS

IMPLEMENTATION

CONSENSUS

INFRASTRUCTURE

Activity
progress monitoring2
Progress Monitoring

Consensus

Infrastructure

Implementation