Course DescriptionIn this course you will learn how to actively monitor students throughout the instructional process and to collect academic and behavioral data. Participants will learn how to process, file, and analyze data for documentation and to better help teach mastery of course concepts. At the end of the course participants will build both a data collection lesson plan to immediately use in their classroom, aligned to a specific lesson and focused on academic improvements in students, as well as a documentation action plan focused on a more holistic approach to documenting a student’s behavioral and academic struggles.
Learner OutcomesBy the end of the course participants will be able to:
- Identify purposes for documentation and generate student folder plans that meet the documentation purpose.
- Analyze behavioral and academic behavior student trackers and learn to apply it to tracking and documenting students throughout classroom instruction.
- Compose an active monitoring planning guide and data collection procedures aligned to a specific academic skill to help identify student progress.
- Assess students using multiple progress measurement and tracking tools, and identify methods for providing feedback and addressing student misconceptions in content.
- Compile course content and generate a comprehensive documentation and data analysis action plans to implement into the classroom and help inform student progress.
- Compose targeted supplemental resources to ensure action plan implementation of student documentation and data collection in the classroom.
- Analyze and defend research articles covering the main topics within the course, to reflection the research’s impact in the classroom.
- Plan, reflect, and report on implementation progress using a Classroom Implementation Plan.