Use Data to Drive Growth

Gain a deeper understanding of what your students know and need to learn. Using the MAP®Suite helps you to more effectively address instructional needs and gaps in skills.

After covering the basics of the three assessments in MAP Suite, you can practice using each one and applying the results within a collaborative environment. You’ll learn how to use the data to support goal setting, lesson planning, interventions, and more.

MAP Growth

MAP Growth Basics

What you’ll learn

  • How to administer assessments for the first time
  • How to access your MAP Growth data
  • How to use MAP Growth data to engage students and optimize learning

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Applying Reports

What you’ll learn

Essential Reports for Teachers

  • Access, interpret, and apply key MAP Growth reports used by teachers and instructional coaches
  • Meet individual student’s needs by identifying targeted instructional groups based on MAP Growth goal area data
  • Boost differentiation efforts by connecting groups of students to skills in the learning continuum

Essential Reports for Primary Teachers

  • Access, interpret, and apply key MAP Growth K–2 reports used by teachers and instructional coaches
  • Identify which assessments and reports to use for status, growth, and diagnostic data
  • Boost differentiation efforts by connecting groups of students to skills in the learning continuum

Essential Reports for Administrators

  • Access, interpret, and apply key MAP Growth reports used by school and district administrators
  • Develop and nurture a culture of using data regularly to inform decisions
  • Use MAP Growth data to make decisions that inform school improvement planning and resource allocation

Student Goal Setting and Growth

  • Access, interpret, and apply student growth data using the Achievement Status and Growth reports
  • Develop student learning goals using growth projections and learning statements
  • Engage students in goal setting and build shared ownership of data with students and parents

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Informing Instruction 

What you’ll learn

Differentiating Instruction

  • Build a shared understanding of differentiated instruction
  • Use MAP Growth reports to gauge student readiness
  • Identify instructional resources you can use to target diverse learning needs

Instructional Ladders

  • Design tiered, responsive instructional plans by integrating standards, MAP Growth data, and local curriculum
  • Engage with topics of interest, such as formative assessment or flexible grouping, to deepen your understanding of instructional planning

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Focusing on Growth

What you’ll learn

Investigating Growth

  • Gain a deeper understanding of growth and how it’s reported through MAP Growth
  • Build a framework to better understand growth over time and how it can impact goal setting at all levels
  • Analyze longitudinal MAP Growth data more deeply using relevant tools and coaching protocols

District and School Goal Setting

  • Establish a common language for discussing goals
  • Use MAP Growth tools to set goals that support school or district improvement plans
  • Incorporate your unique contextual factors into goal setting

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MAP Skills

MAP Skills Basics

What you’ll learn

  • Practice assigning and taking missions, such as Skills Locators and/or Mastery Checks
  • Explore assessment reports and data, the skills framework, and learning resources
  • Apply MAP Skills data to support decision-making

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Virtual MAP Skills Basics

Ideal for smaller implementations of MAP Skills, this virtual workshop covers key concepts from two of our onsite workshops: MAP Skills Basics and MAP Skills Essential Reports and Data. This workshop includes two 2-hour sessions, led by our expert consultants.

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MAP Skills Essential Reports and Data  

What you’ll learn

  • Investigate and interpret reports and data, including the heat map and progress graph
  • Begin to apply MAP Skills missions and data to support your intended instructional use
  • Design a plan for how to incorporate MAP Skills into the classroom—including details on logistics, curriculum integration, and communication

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MAP Skills: Planning for Responsive Instruction

What you’ll learn

  • Understand and implement the key components of responsive lesson planning
  • Choose to learn more about helping high-achieving students, supporting English language learners, or incorporating the elements of Universal Design for Learning into lesson plans
  • Outline a plan for how to better incorporate evidence of student learning—and share it with peers

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MAP Reading Fluency

MAP Reading Fluency Basics

What You’ll Learn

  •  Understand how MAP Reading Fluency benefits teachers and students
  • Administer the assessment to a classroom of students
  • Connect the evidence to early literacy skill acquisition

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Virtual MAP Reading Fluency Basics

Ideal for smaller implementations of MAP Reading Fluency, this virtual workshop prepares teachers to administer the assessment and apply the data to support students in developing reading skills.

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MAP Reading Fluency Essential Reports

What You’ll Learn

  • Dive into key reports and resources to support young readers at various levels
  • Use individual student data and class reports to differentiate reading instruction
  • Guide students and parents in understanding evidence from the assessment

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MAP Reading Fluency Informing Instruction

What You’ll Learn

  • Identify the goal progression for learners to develop reading fluency with understanding
  • Align instructional practice with early reading development to differentiate effectively

Connect evidence to support instructional decision-making

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