Every day, educators are tasked with making good instructional decisions using all of the information available. This is often easier said than done, and it can be especially difficult when large numbers of students are struggling to meet grade-level expectations—or when a learning disability may be involved.

In this webinar, Dr. Rachel Brown and Dr. Scott McConnell will provide a decision-making framework you can use to confidently determine what type of instruction is needed to support all students’ learning needs. Join them to learn more about:

  • The history of CBMs and when they may be appropriate for identifying risk and monitoring progress
  • The current landscape of special education and how CBM data can be used to assist teams in considering referrals and eligibility
  • Using all of your assessment data—academic achievement and social-emotional behavior—to identify the best services and supports for each learner