Participants will learn to use a variety of tools embedded within Progress Zone, such as creating probes to monitor student progress, creating common assessments to be used within professional learning communities, and adding their own teacher-made items into our system. Teachers will also learn to share items with their colleagues within their school and within their district. Participants will also learn to read the reports generated by these probes and assessments to drive future instruction.
By the completion of this session participants will be able to:
We have really transformed the environment of the classroom and the processes of instructional delivery. We have moved it to the next level.
Dr. Willie Giles
Deputy Superintendent, Indianapolis Public Schools