Using Classroom Data to Monitor Individual Student Progress
In this module, principals will enhance their skill in developing a system to monitor individual student progress and in supporting teachers in their collection, analysis, and use of classroom data to inform instruction and identify students who need interventions.
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  • How do you monitor students?
  • What data do teachers need to monitor progress of individual students?
  • How does the principal monitor teacher collection and use of data?
  • What data do you need to determine who needs what interventions?
  • What diagnostic information should classroom assessments provide?
  • How should teachers use assessment data for instructional decision making?
  • What makes a good formative assessment?
  • How do you communicate expectations?
  • How do you structure collaborative examinations of student work to inform instruction?
  • How do you examine student work?
  • How do you align assessments with instruction?
  • How do you graph and analyze classroom data?
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    Experience From the Field
    Carol Williamson, Associate Superintendent for Queen Anne's Public Schools

    Carol Williamson, Associate Superintendent for Queen Anne’s Public Schools
    How should principals use data to monitor student progress?
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    Bonnie Ward, Kent County Public Schools

    Bonnie Ward, Superintendent Kent County Public Schools
    Jerry Lynch, retired Montgomery County principal
     
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    Communicating Purpose and Expectations
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    Developing a Monitoring Plan
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    Examining Your Monitoring Data
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    Examining Student Work
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    Using Data to Inform Instruction and Staff Development
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    Examining Classroom Assignments and Assessments
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    Creating Assessments for Learning
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    Graphing and Analyzing Classroom Data
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    Keeping a Sharp Focus - Coming Soon
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