Register for 2-Part Progress Monitoring 101 Series

Register for 2-Part Progress Monitoring 101 Series

Master Progress Monitoring Assessment: Join Our Exclusive 4-Part Virtual Workshop Series!

Are you ready to enhance your progress monitoring skills and learn to use data to drive meaningful outcomes for your students? Join National Center on Intensive Intervention (NCII) experts for the first two sessions of our four-part virtual workshop series to master progress monitoring assessment techniques, a key component of the data-based individualization (DBI) process essential for tailoring instruction to individual learner needs.

Joining the 101 Workshop Series is your first step toward mastering progress monitoring. This workshop series will ground you in the essentials of progress monitoring and prepare you to effectively integrate this assessment strategy into the DBI process.

Exclusive Benefits for Participants: Participation in the 101 sessions offers exclusive access to our latest progress monitoring resources, specifically crafted to enhance this workshop series. Led by national experts, each session promises an interactive, engaging learning experience filled with practical insights.

Registration and Future Opportunities: Embrace this opportunity for professional growth by reserving your spot in the 101 series today. Looking ahead, the 201 Workshop Series—set to open for registration in late summer—will delve deeper into advanced progress monitoring strategies, building on the foundational knowledge acquired in the 101 series.

 

 

Workshop Session Overview 

Part 1: Introduction to Progress Monitoring

What? This session will cover: 

  • The essential components of the progress monitoring process
    • Progress Monitoring Tool Selection
    • Progress Monitoring Planning
    • Collecting, Graphing, and Analyzing Progress Monitoring Data
  • The role of progress monitoring within the data-based individualization (DBI) process. 

When? April 25, 2024 at 3:30-4:30 pm ET

Who? The session is ideal for special educators or interventionists who are new to the field or who have limited experience with progress monitoring.

 

 

Part 2: Selecting the Right Progress Monitoring Measure/s

What? This session will cover: 

  • The different types of progress monitoring measures.
  • Strategies for selecting measures that accurately reflect students' progress toward their goals.

When? May 16, 2024 at 3:30-4:30 pm ET

Who? Individuals who have a foundational understanding of progress monitoring and want to determine what progress monitoring measures will work best for their students. This session builds from the “Introduction to Progress Monitoring” workshop. Participants who attended the first workshop are encouraged to complete the full series.

 

Information about the final two sessions that make up the 201 part of the series will be shared later this summer. 

DBI Process:
Progress Monitoring

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Organizer
National Center on Intensive Intervention
Event Type
Community of Practice
Date
First 2 Sessions April 25 and May 16
3:30-4:30 pm ET
Location
Virtual
Audience
Educators