Leading for Literacy: Highlighting Key Considerations for Monitoring Reading Progress and Using Literacy Assessment - Feb 16th
Date: February 16, 2020
Time: 2:00-3:00 pm ET
As a follow up to November 19th’s session Leading for Literacy: Highlighting Key Considerations for Literacy Screening and Assessment, join David Fainstein, M.A, and Lauren Artizi Ph.D., from the Lead for Literacy Center as they discuss types of progress monitoring data that inform reading instruction and review the quality indicators of useful data and assessments. They will share the purpose and process for monitoring students’ reading progress in both traditional and virtual settings and highlight important components of data-based decision making using school teaming structures.
- Recognize features of research-informed practices for monitoring reading progress.
- Describe barriers and solutions that impact assessment and progress monitoring implementation.
- Identify the strengths and stretches of progress monitoring assessment practices within your school/district that lead to data-based decision-making.
Presenter: David Fainstein, M.Ed., is a doctoral candidate at the University of Oregon and graduate employee at the Center on Teaching and Learning. David’s research interests align with the delivery of system-wide assessment frameworks, interventions, and teacher professional development to support the acquisition of academic skills.
Facilitator: Lauren Artzi, Ph.D., is a Technical Assistance Coach for the Lead for Literacy Center and Senior Researcher at American Institutes for Research. She brings sixteen years of experience in education; five as an ESL teacher, and eleven years of experience in education research and as a technical assistance and professional development provider.
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