Roblyn Melton

“We use quite a few different pieces. We find that the rigor is there. For example in ELA, while it may be the same passage available for grades 5 and 6 the items are different because the standards are different. Progress Learning really helps with the vertical alignment piece. Data wise, the teachers use Progress Learning during collaboration. So they will sit down with their summatives that they’ve designed in their benchmarking program and look at the data and see what areas they may have issues with, strengths, weaknesses, etc. From the district perspective, I go in and I’m constantly looking at how the kids have done on a particular summative that the teachers have designed and may pull some additional items that I think they need to look at and then the building principals are in there as well to see how things are going. It provides some really good reports.”

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