The RTI Progress Monitoring Report can be considered one of the most powerful reports within eDoctrina. This report can be used as supplemental evidence of student performance during RTI meetings or as an individual student report that can be provided to students throughout the school year. To generate a valuable RTI Progress Monitoring Report, it is recommended to administer more than one assessment for the desired student of group of students. To access the report, navigate to the Teacher Dashboard, select the group of students, select the assessments, then select the "RTI Progress" button.
After the students and assessments have been selected and the "RTI Progress" button has been selected, a pop-up will display allowing for selection of Report Options.
Please note that certain fields of data can also be hidden from the report. You can select those fields on the right (Grade, Raw Score Data, Percent Score Data, Out of Values for Raw Score).
Once the desired Report Options are selected, click the to generate an HTML version of the RTI Progress Monitoring Report.
NOTE: This entire report or a specific student can be generated as a PDF by selecting the or the , respectively.
The top section of the report contains the assessment data for each student regarding the selected assessments. The standard information in this section is the assessment date, the student Score, the student Percent Score, and the corresponding district average's. The Grade will display if and only if a grade conversion table has been linked to the included assessments. Furthermore, the RTI Target Score and Percent will display for each assessment if there has been one indicated on the linked grade conversion table. For more information on how to add grades and target values, please view our help guide on Grade Conversion Tables.
The next section of the report is a graphical representation of the assessment data above. It provides an easier way to view trends and relative student performance. The height of bar in the graph is equivalent to the students earned percent score. The line allows for direct comparison of the individual student in relationship to all other students that have taken the assessment within the district. The RTI Target, if included in the assessment, allows teachers to see if each student is exceeding or failing to meet the expected target. The report average is also included on this bar graph, which is the average of the students that have been selected upon report generation. This report average is extremely valuable because it provides the opportunity to compare an individual student against students that are most comparable. Of course, it would not be beneficial to compare a remedial level student against a group of honors level students.
If last section of the report, if included, will display the student performance data regarding the learning standards that have been linked to the questions within the selected assessments. This information can be extremely valuable as it allows teachers to pin-point what skills or proficiencies each student is struggling with. If there is an obvious difference, this is a prime indicator of of what skill needs to be improved from an instructional or interventional point view of view. If there is an intervention opportunity, a student goal can be created for this student to monitor their progress.
The displayed data for each data could come from many assessments. If it is necessary to track down which assessments have contributed to specific standard data, click on the percentage or bar and a pop-up window will be generated that displays the assessments and their respective score for the selected standard. You can also select the down arrow in the upper right corner of each cell to expand the assessment data within the standards statistics.