Tracking Student Progress: What Works Best?
Sharon Plante withChris Bugaj, Beth Poss
In this episode we talk about new tools for tracking student progress and measuring the impact of interventions.
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February 18, 2015 Special Education
Chris Bugaj is an assistive tech- nology trainer for Loudoun County in Virginia and coauthor of The Practical (& Fun) Guide to Assistive Technology in Public Schools. Beth Poss serves as the administrator for an Early Childhood Special Education program in Montgomery County, Maryland. She was part of the writing team that developed a Universal Designed for Learning curriculum aligned with the Common Core State Standards for Montgomery County Public Schools.
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