Monitoring the Progress of Individual Students


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What is progress monitoring?

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1. Which method of assessment is used as a baseline and includes test scores?

2. Which is an informal assessment methods?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Assess what you know about teacher monitoring methods, assessment strategies and resulting instructional adaptations and approaches with this quiz and worksheet. Quiz questions focus mainly on term definitions and details about progress monitoring practices.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

For the quiz, you must be able to identify:

  • The definition of progress monitoring
  • An assessment method using a baseline and test scores
  • An example of an informal assessment method
  • The type of instructional practice that focuses on specific students sharing the same needs
  • What teachers can use to collect data for progress monitoring

Skills Practiced

Exercise the following skills with this quiz/worksheet:

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you can draw out the most important information regarding the lesson on student progress tracking
  • Critical thinking _ - apply relevant concepts to examine information about progress monitoring in a different light
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding various assessment methods used with students

Additional Learning

Use the Monitoring the Progress of Individual Students lesson to learn more details about this topic. Reviewing the lesson will help you further understand:

  • Why progress monitoring is performed
  • The difference between formal and informal assessments
  • How monitoring data is used to influence instructional strategies
  • Different types of instructional approaches and how they are used
  • Ways to continue progress monitoring during each type of instructional practice