Learning progress will be monitored and reflected upon in several ways. Each child, along with his or her teacher and parents/guardians, will create an Individualized Learning Plan (ILP). This plan includes at least two academic goals and one social-emotional goal for the year. The child is the center of the goal-setting process, to ensure he or she is setting meaningful goals. An action plan for home and school are discussed and set into place, and the progress of the goals are discussed frequently.
iLEAD Spring Meadows learners will also participate in several benchmark assessments throughout the year. Literacy, spelling, writing, and math assessments will be given so that the facilitator can effectively guide his or her instruction to meet the needs of each individual learner. These assessments can also drive creation of ILP goals.
Lastly, parents/guardians will receive reports of progress twice each year. These narrative-based reports will communicate to what extent curriculum and ILP goals are being met.
Each facilitator will keep an open line of communication with the parents/guardians in regards to learners’ progress throughout the year.
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