Improving Your Screening and Progress Monitoring Process

 

Day One

Additional Day One Resources

Day Two

Additional Day Two Resources

 

Day One

Section 

Handouts

Resources

Introduction

Day 1 PowerPoint

Team Process Planning Poster

WI RtI Center Assessments:

 1.1 Tracing the Steps 

WI RtI Center: Assessments

WI RtI Center and DPI: SLD Eligibility Criteria

WI DPI: Guidance for Implementing Wisconsin Criteria for Specific Learning Disability

WI DPI: Educator Effectiveness

 

The Big Picture

1.2 Tracing the Steps Worksheet

1.3 Elementary Scenario (Miguel)

WI DPI: Response to Intervention: A Guiding Document

WI DPI: Response to Intervention (RtI) Roadmap

WI DPI: Strategic Assessment System

PBS Frontline: “Middle School Moment” (Omarina)

Steps to Creating a Screening &
Progress Monitoring Process

1.4 School-Wide Process for Responding to Student Needs

 

Identify Outcomes

 

Understanding Program Monitoring: The relationships among outcomes, indicators, measures, and targets

Wisconsin DPI: Agenda 2017

Wisconsin DPI: Academic Standards

Wisconsin DPI: On Track Indicators

Montgomery County Schools, MD: Seven Keys to College Readiness

Shifting the Focus from Teaching to Learning

Identify Screening Measures and Benchmarks

1.5 Risk Indicators for Not Completing High School 

1.6 Predictors of Postsecondary Success

1.7 Selecting A Screener: Comparison Grid

PALS Wisconsin: Resource Center

Smarter Balanced: Interim Assessments

ACT Aspire: Interim Assessments

College and Career Readiness: Predictors of Postsecondary Success

Wisconsin DPI: DEWS

Wisconsin RtI Center: Statewide screening survey results

National Center on RtI: Screening Tools Chart

Wisconsin RtI Center: Selecting Tools for Screening and Progress Monitoring

Create Decision Rules

 

Chetek-Weyerhaeuser School District: Pyramid of Interventions Resources

Medford School District: Medford Decision Rules

Wisconsin DPI: Remedial Reading and the Law

Plan Logistics

1.8 Planning logistics checklist

Wisconsin RtI Center: Data Tracking Tools Survey of WI Schools

Organize and Review Data

1.9 Data wall activity

1.9A Anytown EWS Team Protocol

1.9B EWS Flagges Student Report

Glaude, C. (2011). When Students Fail to Learn: Protocols for a Schoolwide Response. Solution Tree. (book)

Anytown Early Warning System 

Early Warning Systems in Education: http://www.earlywarningsystems.org/resources-tools

Onalaska High School: Early Warning System

Dig Deeper

 

Kekahio, W., & Baker, M. (2013). Five steps for structuring data-informed conversations and action in education.
Washington, DC: U.S. Dept of Ed, IES, NCEERA, and REL-Pacific.

Evidence-based Intervention Network: How to select an EBI

Burns, M., Sarlo, R., Pettersson. Problem Analysis Within an RtI Framework at a Secondary School

Metametrics: Quantile Teacher Assistant

National Center on Intensive Intervention: Identifying Target Skills in Reading and Math module

Annie E. Casey Foundation: Youth Experience Survey, 6 - 12

Crandon School District: Digging Deeper Video Interview

 

Additional Frequently-Requested Day 1 Resources


IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER:
 The Wisconsin RtI Center is not in a position to endorse products. Products listed below are used for illustrative purposes only and should not be considered recommendations.So that you can visualize what these processes might look like in your school, we are presenting you with concrete examples of what schools and districts are using across the state. With a few notable exceptions,* screening and progress monitoring components and processes are local decisions. (*Exceptions: PALS screening; Wisconsin PI 8, statute 121: K-4 reading; Wisconsin SLD Eligibility Rule)

Assessment 
Literacy

Educational Assessment Landscape Infographic

Every Teacher's Guide to Assessment

Center on Response to Intervention: Understanding Types of Assessment

Wisconsin RtI Center: Balanced Assessment Module

Wisconsin DPI: Balanced Assessment

College and Career Readiness

College and Career Readiness and Success Center: CCRS Organizer

ACT: College Readiness Standards

ACT: WorkKeys

ACT: Profile

Common Core Standards: College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Reading

Educational Policy Improvement Center: I'm Ready

National High School Center: College and Career Readiness Resources 

Outcomes and Measures

Early Warning Systems in Education: Implementation Guide

Fuchs, D: Smart RtI: A Next Generation Approach to Multilevel Prevention (webinar) 

Everyone Graduates Center

Engagement screening measures

Gallup: Student Poll

Attendance Works: Tracking Chronic Absence

ACT: Engage

Math Screening Measures

Primary and Elementary

Secondary

Reading Screening Measures

Pro-Ed: Test of Silent Contextual Reading

Pearson: Developmental Reading Assessments

Writing Screening Measures

Handwriting screener

Holistic scoring

Computer-scored writing assessments

Curriculum Based Measures (CBM)

Science/Social Studies Screening

Educational Research Newsletter and Webinars: Vocabulary matching test is good measure of content learning in middle school

Screening & English Language Learners

WIDA: Developing a Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Approach to RtI for English Language Learners

Center on Instruction: Language and Reading Interventions for ELL

CAL Center for Applied Linguistics

What Works Clearinghouse: English Language Learners

Center on Instruction: Addressing Promises and Challenges of RtI Models for ELLs

Education Alliance at Brown University: Tools for ELL-Responsive Comprehensive School Reform- Claiming Opportunities: A Handbook for Improving Education for English Language Learners Through Comprehensive School Reform Chapter 5: Tools for ELL-Responsive Comprehensive School Reform

National Center on RtI:  RtI for English Language Learners: Appropriately Using Screening and Progress Monitoring Tools to Improve Instructional Outcomes

Understanding Language Conference at Stanford University: Key Principles for ELL Instruction

Abedi, J., & Linquanti, R. (2012, January 13-14). Issues and Opportunities in Improving the Quality of Large Scale Assessment Systems for English Language Learners. Paper presented at Understanding Language Conference, Stanford University.

Heritage, M. (2010). Formative assessment and next-generation assessment systems: Are we losing an opportunity? Washington, DC: Council of Chief State School Officers. 

Heritage, M., Walqui, A., & Linquan9, R. (2013, May). Formative assessment as contingent teaching and learning: Perspectives on assessment as and for language learning in the content areas. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, California. 

Moschkovich, J. (2012, January 13-14). Mathematics, the Common Core, and language: Recommendations for mathematics instruction for ELs aligned with the Common Core. Paper presented at Understanding Language Conference, Stanford University. 

Taylor, J., Stecher, R., O’Day, J., Naoel, S. & LeFloch, K. C. (2010). State and Local Implementation of the No Child Left Behind Act, Volume IX—Accountability under NCLB: Final Report. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Education.

Screening and Advanced Learning

Special Issue: Response to Intervention.  (July, 2009). Gifted Child Today, vol. 32(3).

Johnsen, S. & Sulak, T. (2013). Screening, assessment, and progress monitoring. In Johnsen, S. & Coleman, M. (Eds). Implementing RtI with gifted students: Service Models, Trends, and Issues. Waco, TX: Prufrock Press, pp. 23 - 46.

Johnsen, S., Sulak, T., & Rollins, K. (2012). Monitoring student progress. In Serving gifted students within an RtI framework: A practical guide. Waco, TX: Prufrock Press, pp. 51 – 70.

Wisconsin DPI Gifted and Talented: Identify Student Needs: A talent development approach

Culturaly and Linguistically Diverse Students in Gifted Education

Screening and Early Childhood

Wisconsin DPI Early Childhood System of Screening and Assessment: http://www.collaboratingpartners.com/documents/ECBalanceSystemofSandA.pdf

Mary McLean, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Ongoing Assessment Video: http://www.collaboratingpartners.com/conference/playermclean.html

Plan Logistics

 Data storage:

Digging Deeper

 Math

 Reading

 Student Engagement

 Advanced Learners

 English Language Learners

  • Education Alliance at Brown University: Tools for ELL-Responsive Comprehensive School Reform- Claiming Opportunities: A Handbook for Improving Education for English Language Learners Through Comprehensive School Reform Student Population Discussion Tool

  • Let’s Go Learn: http://www.letsgolearn.com/ Diagnostic Online Reading Assessment (DORA) Spanish/EDELL

Culturally Responsive Practices & Cultural Competence

Virginia Department of Education: A Resource Manual for Developing Cultural Competence

National Center on Intensive Intervention: Why is it important to ensure instruction and interventions are culturally responsive?

CRPBIS (Culturally Responsive Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports): Cultural Responsiveness Resources

Wisconsin DPI: Promoting Excellence for All

Equity Alliance

Teaching Tolerance

Disproportionality Technical Assistance Network (The Network)

What Does It Mean to Be Culturally Competent?

Why Treaties Matter: Virtual Exhibit

First Speakers: Restoring the Ojibwe Language

Resources from Dr. Anton Treuer:

 

Day Two

Section

Handouts

Resources

Introduction

Day 2 PowerPoint

 

Match Supports to Needs

 

Reviewing your Selected and Intensive Levels of Support

WI RtI Center Continuum of Supports

Glaude, C. (2011). When Students Fail to Learn: Protocols for a Schoolwide Response. Solution Tree. (book)

Understanding Progress Monitoring

 

Understanding Progress Monitoring and Content Area Progress Monitoring

Research Institute on Progress Monitoring

RtI Action Network: Progress Monitoring within an RtI Model

Iris Center Assessment Modules: Classroom Assessment Part 1- An Introduction to Monitoring Academic Achievement in the Classroom

IRIS Center Assessment Modules: Classroom Assessment Part 2 - Evaluating Reading Progress

National Center on Intensive Intervention: Using Academic Progress Monitoring for Individualized Instructional Planning

Determine Needs and Select Measures

 

RtI Action Network: Getting the Best Return on Investments from MTSS/RtI Assessments

PALS: QuickChecks

Intervention Central: Curriculum Based Measurement Warehouse

National Center on Intensive Interventions:Progress Monitoring Tools Chart

RtI Action Network: Validated forms of Progress Monitoring for Elementary Reading and Math

Establish the Baseline and Set a Goal

2.1 Student Support Profile

2.2 Goal Setting Activity - ES

2.3 Goal Setting Activity - MS

National Center on Intensive Interventions: Administering Academic Progress Monitoring Measures Module

Educator Effectiveness

2.4 SLO Toolkit Alignment

Wisconsin DPI: Using a Balanced Assessment Framework to Support the SLO Process

Wisconsin DPI: Sample SLOs              

Specific Learning Disability

 

Wisconsin DPI: Specific Learning Disability

Wisconsin DPI: Progress Monitoring for Specific Learning Disabilities

Collect and Document Data

2.5 Practice with Progress Monitoring chart

2.6 Planning Progress Monitoring Logistics

National Center on RtI Common Progress Monitoring Omissions

Analyze Data

2.7 Practice with Decision Rules

WI RtI Center Intervention Tracking Tool

Glaude, C. (2011). When Students Fail to Learn: Protocols for a Schoolwide Response. Solution Tree. (book)

National Center on Intensive Intervention: Reviewing Graphed Data module

National Center on Intensive Intervention: Miscue and Skills Analysis module

Evaluate and Refine the Process

2.8 School-wide Impementation Review Assessment

2.9 Six Characteristics Reflection

2.91 Evaluate and Refine your Screening and PM Process Worksheet

Wisconsin RtI Center Self Assessment Tools

National High School Center: Early Warning Intervention and Monitoring System Implementation Guide

 

Additional Frequently-Requested Day 2 Resources

IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: The Wisconsin RtI Center is not in a position to endorse products. Products listed below are used for illustrative purposes only and should not be considered recommendations. So that you can visualize what these processes might look like in your school, we are presenting you with concrete examples of what schools and districts are using across the state. With a few notable exceptions,* screening and progress monitoring components and processes are local decisions. (*Exceptions: PALS screening; Wisconsin PI 8, statute 121: K-4 reading; Wisconsin SLD Eligibility Rule)

Progess Monitoring Apps

Progress Monitoring for Reading

Intervention Central:

NWEA Skills-Pointer, 3 - 8

DIBELS – CARI (7th to 9th grade) 

Progress Monitoring Measures for Math

Primary and Elementary

Secondary

Progess Monitoring for Writing and other content areas

Progress Monitoring students above benchmark / G&T

Wauwatosa School District: Selected & Intensive Levels of Gifted and Talented Services: Student Support Profile

Johnsen, S. & Sulak, T. (2013). Screening, assessment, and progress monitoring. In Johnsen, S. & Coleman, M. (Eds). Implementing RtI with gifted students: Service Models, Trends, and Issues. Waco, TX: Prufrock Press, pp. 23 - 46.

Wisconsin RtI Center: Progress Monitoring for Advanced Learners

Johnsen, S., Sulak, T., & Rollins, K. (2012). Monitoring student progress. In Serving gifted students within an RtI framework: A practical guide. Waco, TX: Prufrock Press, pp. 51 – 70.

Colorado Department of Education: The Response to Intervention Framework and Nurturing Potential: Promising Practices (Dr. Robin J. Carey)

Colorado Department of Education: Advanced Learning Plans and SMART Goals

Progress Monitoring and English Language Learners

Center on Response to Intervention: English Learner Resources

WIDA: Developing a Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Approach to RtI for English Language Learners

 

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