Describe why collecting data is essential in the DBI process. Be sure to mention the two types of data that should be collected.
Explain the importance of conducting error analyses of students’ data or work samples. Be sure to include the types of information that you can obtain.
Noah is a third-grade student who has severe and persistent difficulties in reading. He receives intensive, individualized instruction (Tier 3).
Below is a graph of his progress monitoring data for the last eight weeks. View the graph and note whether Noah is responding to the intervention.
Describe what the data pattern suggests (i.e., factors that might be contributing to his performance).