Guide to Assessment Data


So earlier this week, we talked about using evaluation data to inform our intervention. If you missed it - definitely go back and check it out here! It's a topic that we are so passionate about because we recognize that not all students have the same needs. Literacy skills require so many foundational building blocks and which building blocks are missing may be different for every single child. Hence - using evaluation data to know where those building blocks may be weak.


This week we have a printable that helps to explain which specific tests you may want to look at that factor into each of the core skills that should be included in your intervention. Hopefully this helps to better explain test results to families and helps you explain exactly where there may be a breakdown and how it's being addressed in intervention. It also helps to explain why some students may not be responding as well to intervention. If you have several foundational building blocks missing it's going to take quite a bit longer to fully remediate the reading and writing difficulties.


This printable is awesome because you can use it to help inform your own intervention or you can provide a copy to parents to help them understand how you used outside or IEP testing results to create a truly individualized plan for their child. It works wonders in giving parents the peace of mind that everything will be taken care of to the best of your ability!


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For other great resources, check out our Teachers Pay Teachers store, or, consider becoming an Intervention Insider and getting access to our exclusive Members Only Library where we keep ALL of our resources! This month we are talking all about Evaluations, understanding Evaluations, and using those test scores!

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