Wednesday, July 26 • 10:45am - 12:00pm
​Using Student Data to Identify Skill-Specific Interventions

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At Charlestown Primary School, a small rural school with 240 students in southwestern New Hampshire, we employ MTSS for academics using NWEA MAP data and a variety of informal assessments. Teachers and administrators collaboratively analyze assessment data and place students into skills-based groups designed to meet students’ individual needs. We have put structures into place to support this important work, such as making our schedule more efficient to allow blocks of time for small group instruction and carving out time for our teams to meet on a regular basis to evaluate data, discuss student growth, and make instructional adjustments. During this presentation and roundtable discussion, we will share our methods, structures, strategies, challenges, and goals. We hope for a mutually engaging and meaningful discussion!

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Lynne Wiggins

Reading Specialist, Charlestown Primary School
Lynne Wiggins is a reading specialist, interventionist, and data team leader at Charlestown Primary School in Charlestown, NH. She started her career as a veterinary technician, but quickly realized her passion for teaching as she raised and educated her two daughters. She holds a... Read More →
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Chris Young

Principal, Charlestown Primary School
Christopher Young has just completed his fourth year as principal of Charlestown Primary School.  CPS is part of the Fall Mountain Regional School District located in southwestern New Hampshire.  Charlestown Primary School has used the strength based SWIFT domain to guide the direction... Read More →

Wednesday July 26, 2017 10:45am - 12:00pm
Emerald Bay I

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