Want to learn how to monitor your Orton-Gillingham lessons? Here are some useful tips.
The data-driven world of education can sometimes feel overwhelming. But with the tips I have for progress monitoring, the task isn’t going to feel so daunting.
Is it important for you to take some time to consider progress monitoring? Yes!
- If you are an Orton-Gillingham teacher working in a school, you may be looking for progressing monitoring tools to reflect your instruction and student learning.
- If you are an Orton-Gillingham tutor in private practice, you may be looking for ways to share progress with schools, parents, or even at IEP meetings. While you aren’t required to adhere to a particular progress monitoring schedule, it’s a good idea to do some formal progress monitoring periodically.