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additionally scored low in phonetics of non- sight words. III. Annual Goals Goal 1: By the end of the year, Henry will be able to decode words with at least 85% accuracy as measured by weekly reading assessments. Goal 2: By the end of the school year, Henry will be able to answer grade-level comprehension questions with at least 85% accuracy as measured by weekly quizzes from Kids A-Z app. Goal 3: By the end of the school year, Henry will be able to read aloud with confidence with at least 85% accuracy as measured by recordings of Henry reading text on the Seesaw app.
RESOURCE MANUAL 13 Data Collection and Management System Alignment IV. How will the student’s progress be measured? The student's advancement will be measured with target measures by utilizing an assortment of evaluations like weekly reading assessments, quizzes tests from the Kids A-Z app, and recording of a Henry reading text on the Seesaw app . Goal #1: The student’s progress will be measured by weekly reading assessments. Goal #2: The student’s progress will be measured by weekly quizzes from the Kids A- Z app. Goal #3: The student’s progress will be measured by recordings of Henry reading text on the Seesaw app. “the most appropriate progress monitoring systems are those in which objective numerical data are collected frequently, graphed, analyzed, and then used to make instructional decisions” (Innovative Resources for Instructional Success Center, n.d.). V. How often will progress be measured? When estimating progress, it is fundamental that progress is estimated reliably. Progress will be estimated at any rate three times each week to guarantee that information is taken consistently.
RESOURCE MANUAL 14 VI. Data collection process: Where and when will assessments occur? Information ought to be estimated consistently to show how the student is advancing towards meeting the yearly objectives. The evaluations will happen during reading instruction, three times each week. VII. Who is responsible for collecting and managing this data? When gathering and overseeing data it is fundamental that the individual or people that are dependable have suitable data collection training. Mrs. Harrison and Mr. Franklin will be liable for gathering and dealing with Henry's information since they have been trained on data collection. VIII. Where will these data be stored? “Once the data is collected, I store it in a student’s program book” (Reeve, 2020). While putting away student's information, it is fundamental that the information is put away conveniently and coordinated so it will be effortlessly read and assessed by the IEP group. The information will be put away in the student's program book that way the information will remain organized for easy review.
RESOURCE MANUAL 15 IX. How will these data be communicated to the IEP team? How will it be shared with parents/guardians? “Schools must share updated progress monitoring data with parents at least as often as report cards are issued, or more often as agreed by the IEP team” (Lenhart, 2020). The IDEA Act indicates that progress reports how a student is advancing towards meeting the yearly objectives is required. Information will be imparted to parent/guardians by

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