On Going Assessment and Data Collection

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What happens?

  • Instructional and related service personnel collect and maintain records to chart the student’s progress and needs.
  • These records can be anecdotal reports, portfolios, charts, criterion-referenced tests, teacher-made tests, interviews, student work samples, etc.

 

Who is involved?

  • Classroom teachers
  • Related service personnel (i.e. paraeducators, speech pathologists, counselors, etc.)
  • Appraisal personnel
  • Student
  • Parents/family

 

What is the timeline?

  • Data collection should begin as soon as the IEP is developed and continue until the next scheduled IEP review.
  • Usually progress is reported at the same time that typical students receive report cards, but this can change based on an ARD/IEP committee decision.

 

 

Resources:

 

Assessment

Grading & Progress Monitoring – Progress in the General Curriculum Network (Region 20 ESC)

Creating Effective Family/School Partnerships (pdf) 

Effective Communication

IEP Development

Simple ARD/IEP Agenda