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Tuesday, January 22 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Progress Monitoring at Work: Launching a School-wide System
Hoffman-Boston is a diverse school with 400 PreK-Grade 5 students speaking 25 different languages, 65% ESOL learners and 70% eligible for free or reduced meals. We designed a three tier approach: creating a data team comprised of teacher leaders from core areas; establishing Student-centered Learning Teams, and designing a K-5 system of data protocols focused on schoolwide, grade level, class and individual monthly progress monitoring.

Student-Centered Learning Teams (SCLT’s) include teachers assigned to a grade (classroom, coaches, spec.ed.& ESOL teachers). Protocols include: monitoring and managing a comprehensive student “watch list”,monthly grade level data analysis of achievement and targeted professional development, monthly identification of intervention/ acceleration strategies for students on the “watchlist” (including instructional intervention, academic/behavioral goal, person responsible, time, assessment)and monitoring individual student acceleration plans.


Speakers
avatar for Maria Grabowsky

Maria Grabowsky

Maria Grabowsky is a nationally known literacy consultant who has worked in school districts in VA, MD, NY and TX over 16 years to build comprehensive school-wide literacy programs through continuous school improvement initiatives, PK-12. Maria is the Title I Literacy Coach at Hoffman-Boston... Read More →
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Donna Snyder

Dr. Donna Snyder has held numerous positions in the field of education over the past 25 years. She began her professional career in Montgomery County, Maryland where she served as an elementary teacher, curriculum specialist, and elementary school principal. She led a Title I school... Read More →


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