One question that I keep seeing over and over again is, “How are you progress monitoring while teaching virtually?”
Great question! And let me tell you, it is a TOUGH task. But I have a few ideas and approaches to help you get started and progress monitor while ALSO teaching virtually.
Collect Data During Virtual Groups
If you have students with IEP goals for any of the skills below, you can progress monitor them as you are using the Special Education Reading Series!
- Sight Words
- Reading Comprehension
- Reading Fluency
It will be quick, easy, and integrated into your daily routine. It isn’t as perfect as an in person assessment, but hey! We’re all doing the best we can!
And don’t forget, there are digital and printable versions of this series. 😍
Collect Data During Virtual Math Groups
During your virtual math groups, it’s ok to have a combination of guided practice and independent work time. When they are working independently, track how many problems they are able to solve correctly. You don’t have to let students know you’re writing down “points” or information as they work.
I’m using my Special Education Math Series to make our routine seamless from in person and virtual.
Digital versions of 2-Digit and 3-Digit interventions are included in this series.
I also love to use the digital assessments from my Progress Monitoring Collection to assess my kids using screen sharing!
Whether you are doing in person or virtual, small groups or one on one sessions, this 400+ page file is perfect to assess an array of skills!