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6 Essential Ideas for Effective Progress Monitoring

Wednesday, August 08, 2018
11:00 am PST / 01:00 pm CST / 02:00 pm EST

As educators, we screen our students to determine whether they need additional supports or intervention. But what about monitoring their progress? These days, progress monitoring is more critical than ever, both for effective RTI/MTSS and because student growth is a key element in many states’ ESSA plans.

So, what’s the best way forward?

Join Dr. Gene Kerns and Linda Paulus for new insights on this crucial question, along with practical tips for monitoring student progress with Renaissance Star Assessments®. Topics include:

  • Identifying the most efficient approaches to progress monitoring
  • Interpreting reports and data points
  • Using student data to guide and inform instruction
  • Determining the optimal length for interventions
  • Accurately projecting student performance on your state test

Don’t miss this opportunity to discover how, with the right processes and resources, your district can better meet accountability requirements while helping every student succeed.


Gene Kerns, EdD, is Chief Academic Officer at Renaissance and a nationally acclaimed speaker on learning progressions, K–12 assessments, and educational standards. He is co-author of the new book Unlocking Student Talent: The New Science of Developing Expertise.

Linda Paulus is Director of Data Analysis at the Kent City School District in Kent, OH, and a member of the Renaissance Royals™ community. She is co-author of the new book Strengthen Your Classroom with Student Data: A Practical Guide of New Ways for Educators to Improve Results.

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