Tammy Small, Asst. Principal
Pine Tree Hill Elementary
Kershaw County School District
Danny Wagner, South Carolina Account Executive
Joann Waltman, Curriculum & Instruction Specialist
The days of delivering the same instruction to all students are gone. Teachers are called on to differentiate grade level instruction and close learning gaps for students. Interim assessments like NWEA MAP Growth and Renaissance Star provide a wealth of data about student performance and learning levels. Having that information is valuable. Using it to transform instructional practices is priceless.
You may be using data to measure the effectiveness of your Tier 1 instruction. But, what about Tiers 2 and 3? Join our session for best practices on using data to evaluate and refine your intervention processes. How does technology play a role? Where does Progress Monitoring come in to the picture? Hear from South Carolina districts using student data to transform their Response to Intervention programs. Leave with actionable ways you can help your teachers turn data into achievement growth.