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Assessment and Intervention Strategies/Use of Data

Assessment and Intervention Strategies/Use of Data

Promotes the use of assessment information to inform classroom instruction

Outlines a mechanism to track student achievement and monitor it regularly

Identifies effective evidence-informed assessment and intervention strategies

Describes how data are disaggregated to identify and address the instructional needs of students

Promotes the need for teachers to know their students' interests, talents, backgrounds and present performance levels (based on developmentally appropriate skills/abilities)

Describes how student progress is tracked and monitored at regular intervals to determine instructional interventions that are necessary

How is your JKGr. 1 assessment strategy informed by research?

How are your current JKGr. 1 classroom-practices informed by your assessment practices?

How are student assessment and intervention data tracked over time from JK to Grade 1?

How do you promote and measure student engagement in the early years (see School Effectiveness Framework, pp. 5455)?

How do you encourage self-assessment for children in JKGr. 1?

Assessment and intervention strategies/use of data are:

TIP: Focus on student, parent, and system outcomes.

Use this column in the PDF copy of this framework to develop your own examples of evidence.

STATUS: With respect to the criteria for assessment and use of data, at what stage of the continuum is your region/board/school? (Choose one)

       Pre-Implementation           Implementation           Building Capacity           Sustaining Capacity

What would be required to move towards the "Sustaining Capacity" stage? (Please describe)

Would you like to print a working copy of the Monitoring Framework? Download the PDF file.