RTI: The importance of progress monitoring

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Progress monitoring is used to assess a child’s academic performance and evaluate the effectiveness of instruction. In other words, it tells the teacher what a child has learned and what still needs to be taught. Progress monitoring is an essential component of RTI (response to intervention).  With RTI, schools should closely monitor student progress, measure the responsiveness to instruction, and adjust the required intensity of instruction and intervention.  This newsletter from Wrightslaw tells you all about it:  RTI: The Importance of Progress Monitoring.  (posted December 28, 2011)



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