Leading for Literacy: Highlighting Key Considerations for Literacy Screening and Assessment Webinar - Nov 19th
Webinar Date: November 19, 2020 2:00-3:00 pm ET
Quality assessment information and data provide critical information about student performance in reading and informs instructional implementation that best meets student needs. Data are used to inform instruction in important, meaningful, and maintainable ways.
In the second installment of the Lead for Literacy NAESP interactive webinar series, join David Fainstein and Lauren Artzi from the Lead for Literacy Center as they discuss types of data that inform reading instruction and review the quality indicators of useful data and assessments. They will focus discussion on the purpose and process of screening for reading difficulties in both traditional and virtual settings and highlight implementation considerations related to the screening process.
- Recognize features of research-informed practices related to assessing literacy skills, with a focus on screening.
- Describe barriers and solutions that impact screening implementation and data-based decision making.
- Identify the strengths and stretches of assessment practices within schools and districts that lead to effective data-based decision-making.
Learn more about the Lead for Literacy & NAESP Webinar Series and save the dates for the webinars.