This brief, developed for the National Center on Student Progress Monitoring by Kathleen McLane, offers some suggestions for teachers on how to use student progress monitoring in an integrated way in the classroom, so that monitoring does not seem like a series of isolated assessments unconnected to other parts of the learning experience.
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