Progress monitoring is the scientifically based practice used to monitor or determine student learning progress. When a teacher implements progress monitoring it tells the teacher what a student has learned and what still needs to be taught.
The teacher should be using short assessments to test the student frequently and evaluate the student's progress. The teacher can monitor individuals or the entire class. When progress monitoring the teacher should focus on fidelity when selecting the evidence based tools and the implementation process.
It is important to use the right assessment tools in the classroom to focus on the needs of the students. The tools should also give instant data to the teacher in order to inform the instruction of individuals and the entire class.
Progress monitoring is a scientifically based practice used to assess your child's academic progress and evaluate the effectiveness of instruction. Progress monitoring tells the teacher what your child has learned and what still needs to be taught.
Progress monitoring can be implemented with individual students or an entire class. In progress monitoring, the teacher uses short tests to evaluate your child's progress in specific areas. The teacher may tests your child often - every week or two.- See more at: http://www.wrightslaw.com/info/progress.index.htm#sthash.F53zrHoR.dpuf
Quizalize is an online resource that allows you to create unlimited quizzes, edit other teacher's quizzes, have unlimited classes and perform progress tracking.
This is a fantastic FREE resource that shows the results of the students in your class by viewing a spreadsheet that is generated after they have taken the asssessment. It generates a tab labeled who needs help and what they need help on.
1. Go to Quizalize and create a teacher account.
2. Watch this short video to learn how to create or edit a quiz.
3. Download this helpful teacher guide that shows you how to create a quiz, how to play the quiz and see the results.
4. Check out the marketplace to download or purchase a quiz created by another teacher. Once you download a quiz into your own account, you can edit any and all the questions and then give the quiz to your students.
5. For this part of the module, create a quiz or edit a quiz from the marketplace.
6. Give the quiz to the students in your classroom.
7. Look at the results to determine who needs additional help and what they need help on.
8. Document the quiz you created and the results in your assessment document and share it with your instructor. Make sure that any student's identities have been deleted.
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Addressing the ISTE Standards•T:
- Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning and Creativity b,c;
- Design and Develop Digital Age Learning Experiences and Assessments a, b, c, d;
- Model Digital Age Work and Learning a,b,c
- Setting Objectives/Providing Feedback;
- Generating & Testing Hypotheses;
- Identifying Similarities & Differences