The 2018 DIBELS Super Institute has already taken place. For information about upcoming training events, visit https://dibels.org.


Las Vegas  —  July 9-12, 2018
DIBELS® SUPER INSTITUTE
Hosted by DMG —
The Authors of DIBELS
Powerful Tools. Empowered Leaders.
Take student achievement to new heights.
Join Dynamic Measurement Group this summer in Las Vegas, Nevada, for our annual DIBELS Super Institute. The Super Institute is a one-of-a-kind event that features many different paths for educators and administrators to learn and grow. Learn from the DIBELS authors, Dr. Ruth Kaminski and Dr. Roland Good, along with other leading educational researchers. The 2018 Super Institute will feature a keynote presentation and full-day workshop by renowned reading expert Dr. Louisa Moats.

DIBELS® SUPER INSTITUTE

Powerful Tools. Empowered Leaders.
Take student achievement to new heights.

Join Dynamic Measurement Group this summer in Las Vegas, Nevada, for our annual DIBELS Super Institute. The Super Institute is a one-of-a-kind event that features many different paths for educators and administrators to learn and grow. Learn from the DIBELS authors, Dr. Ruth Kaminski and Dr. Roland Good, along with other leading educational researchers. The 2018 Super Institute will feature a keynote presentation and full-day workshop by renowned reading expert Dr. Louisa Moats.

Mix and match sessions for a unique, individual experience!

Hosted by Dynamic Measurement Group

Event Date

July 9-12, 2018

Event Location

Luxor Las Vegas

3900 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89119
USA
1-877-386-4658

Agenda


  Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4
  Monday
July 9, 2018
Tuesday
July 10, 2018
Wednesday
July 11, 2018
Thursday
July 12, 2018
8:00 - 8:45
Keynotes
For all attendees registered
on that day
Keynote by
Dr. Louisa Moats
Keynote by
Dr. Ruth Kaminski
Keynote by
Dr. Roland Good
Keynote by
Dr. Susan Hall
9:00 - 4:00
Workshops
Choose one workshop per day
DIBELS Next Essential
Day 1
DIBELS Next Essential
Day 2
DIBELS Next Data Interpretation DIBELS Next Mentoring
  Discovering the
Structure of Language During Reading
and Spelling Lessons
DIBELS Deep CFOL DIBELS Deep PA & WRD and DIBELS Next Survey I’ve DIBEL’d, Now What?
    DIBELS Math Essential DIBELS Math Data Interpretation and Mentoring Pathways of Progress
  PELI Essential PELI Data Interpretation and Mentoring Vocabulary and Comprehension Content Area Reading Indicators (CARI)
4:15 - 5:00
Evening Sessions
Complimentary for
all attendees
  Mentor Status Renewal DIBELSnet Overview  



Interested in Becoming a DIBELS Mentor?

DIBELS Mentors receive up-to-date training on DIBELS administration, scoring, and data interpretation and can use official DMG training materials to train others. Mentors have access to the latest DIBELS information and exclusive resources to support their schools to use DIBELS effectively as a tool to improve student achievement.


Become a DIBELS Next Mentor

DIBELS Next Mentors receive up-to-date training on DIBELS Next administration, scoring, and data interpretation and can use official presentation materials created by Dynamic Measurement Group for training others. Mentors have access to the latest DIBELS information and exclusive resources to support their schools in using DIBELS effectively as a tool to improve student achievement. DIBELS Next Mentors can train others on the DIBELS Next Essential and DIBELS Next Data Interpretation Workshops. They may also earn endorsements on PELI, DIBELS Math, Pathways of Progress, DIBELS Next Survey, DIBELS Deep PA & WRD, and DIBELS Deep CFOL.

Workshops needed to become a DIBELS Next Mentor

  • DIBELS Next Essential
  • DIBELS Next Data Interpretation
  • DIBELS Next Mentoring

Become a DIBELS Math Mentor

DIBELS Math Mentors receive official presentation materials for the DIBELS Math Essential Workshop, which they can use to train others. They will also be able to observe and provide feedback to DIBELS Math assessors and interpret and assist others in using classroom, school, and district-level DIBELS Math data.

Workshops needed to become a DIBELS Math Mentor:

  • DIBELS Math Essential
  • DIBELS Math Data Interpretation and Mentoring

A Note for Current DIBELS Next Mentors:

  • DIBELS Next Mentors who attend the DIBELS Math Essential Workshop will earn the DIBELS Math endorsement and will be given access to materials for training others.

Become a PELI Mentor

PELI Mentors receive official presentation materials for the PELI Essential Workshop, which they can use to train others. They will also be able to observe and provide feedback to PELI assessors and interpret and assist others in using PELI data.

Workshops needed to become a PELI Mentor:

  • PELI Essential
  • PELI Data Interpretation and Mentoring

A Note for Current DIBELS Next Mentors:

  • DIBELS Next Mentors must attend both the PELI Essential and PELI Data Interpretation/Mentoring workshops to earn the PELI endorsement and gain access to materials for training others.

Speakers

  • Ruth A. Kaminski, Ph.D.

    Ruth A. Kaminski, Ph.D.

    Ruth A. Kaminski, Ph.D. is CEO/COO and Director of Research and Development for Dynamic Measurement Group and co-author of DIBELS. Dr. Kaminski’s academic background includes degrees in Speech Pathology, Early Intervention, and School Psychology. For the past 20 years she has conducted research on assessment and preventative interventions for preschool and early elementary age children. Dr. Kaminski has extensive experience providing consultation to Head Start agencies and public schools throughout Oregon and the United States. In addition, she has over 10 years’ experience as a classroom teacher and speech/language clinician with preschool age children. In 2007, Dr. Kaminski was selected as the recipient of Pennsylvania State University's Excellence in Education Award, the highest honor bestowed on an alumnus of the College of Education.

  • Roland H. Good, Ph.D.

    Roland H. Good, III, Ph.D.

    Roland H. Good, III, Ph.D., is President and Associate Director of Research and Development for Dynamic Measurement Group and co-author of DIBELS. Dr. Good completed his undergraduate degree in Elementary and Special Education, and he has two years’ experience as a teacher in elementary general education and special education classrooms. He earned his doctorate from Pennsylvania State University in School Psychology and served two years as a school psychologist. In recognition of his contributions to the field of education, Penn State awarded Dr. Good its Excellence in Education Award in 2005. For the past 20 years, Dr. Good has led the program of research and development culminating in the Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS). Dr. Good provides professional development DIBELS training to educators and administrators throughout the United States. He has also served on the editorial boards for School Psychology Review, School Psychology Quarterly, and the Journal of Special Education and has presented more than 100 papers at national conferences.

  • Dr. Louisa Moats, Ed.D.

    Dr. Louisa Moats, Ed.D.

    Louisa C. Moats, Ed.D., has been a teacher, psychologist, researcher, graduate school faculty member, and author of many influential scientific journal articles, books, and policy papers on the topics of reading, spelling, language, and teacher preparation. She was Co-Principal Investigator of an NICHD Early Interventions Project in Washington, D.C., public schools and Principal Investigator on two small business innovation research (SBIR) grants from the National Institutes of Health. In addition, she led the committee that developed the International Dyslexia Association’s Knowledge and Practice Standards for Teachers of Reading. Dr. Moats developed her current approach to teacher training, called LETRS, from her experiences as an instructor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, St. Michael’s College in Vermont, the Dartmouth Medical School Department of Psychiatry, and the University of Texas, Houston. Dr. Moats’ awards include the prestigious Samuel T. and June L. Orton award from the International Dyslexia Association for outstanding contributions to the field, and the Eminent Researcher Award from Learning Disabilities Australia.

  • Susan L. Hall, Ed.D.

    Susan L. Hall, Ed.D.

    Susan L. Hall, Ed.D., the founder of 95 Percent Group Inc., is a nationally recognized leader in RTI, data analysis, and 95 Percent reading instruction. Dr. Hall has more than 15 years of experience as a consultant to districts and schools in the field of reading intervention. She is a sought-after speaker at reading conferences nationwide and has authored seven books, including the bestselling I’ve DIBEL’ed, Now What? and Implementing Response to Intervention. Dr. Hall was named by the US Department of Education as a member of the Reading First Review Panel. She is a leading expert on the use of DIBELS® and LETRS® and has developed proprietary tools that teachers use to help interpret student data. Dr. Hall is a member of the Dean’s Leadership Council at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and the advisory board of the Neuhaus Education Center in Houston, and she is a former national board member of the International Dyslexia Association. Susan graduated cum laude from Lawrence University in Wisconsin, earned a Master’s in Business Administration at Harvard University, and a doctorate in education from National Louis University.

  • Stephanie A. Stollar, Ph.D.

    Stephanie A. Stollar, Ph.D.

    Stephanie A. Stollar, Ph.D., is a Professional Development Specialist/Research Associate with Dynamic Measurement Group. Dr. Stollar is a nationally certified school psychologist and a 1996 graduate of the doctoral program in school psychology at the University of Cincinnati. She has worked as a school psychologist and as an assistant professor in the school psychology program at the University of South Florida. Additionally, she has 12 years experience providing professional development and consultation to school districts on the use of direct assessment measures, including DIBELS, to improve outcomes for all students.

  • Kelly A. Powell-Smith, Ph.D.

    Kelly A. Powell-Smith, Ph.D., NCSP

    Kelly A. Powell-Smith, Ph.D., NCSP, is Vice President and Associate Director of Research & Development at Dynamic Measurement Group, where she conducts research on assessment and intervention related to early childhood language and literacy development. She is also a nationally certified school psychologist. Dr. Powell-Smith obtained her doctorate in school psychology from the University of Oregon in 1993. She is a former Associate Professor of School Psychology at the University of South Florida. She also was a faculty associate of the Florida Center for Reading Research (FCRR) and a consultant with the Eastern Regional Reading First Technical Assistance Center (ERFTAC). She has provided training in formative assessment and academic interventions in 20 states and Canada. Over the past 22 years, Dr. Powell-Smith has conducted research related to children with various learning and behavioral difficulties and has conducted over 195 national, state, and regional workshops and presentations.

  • Courtney E. Wheeler, Ph.D.

    Courtney E. Wheeler, Ph.D.

    Dr. Courtney E. Wheeler, Ph.D., is a Research Scientist for Dynamic Measurement Group, where she conducts research on assessments related to mathematics and early childhood language and literacy development. Dr. Wheeler is the project director of DIBELS Math. She obtained her doctorate in school psychology from the University of Oregon in 2010. Dr. Wheeler has served as a school psychologist in rural and urban school districts and as a researcher. Additionally, she has provided formal technical assistance and training to schools on the use of Curriculum-Based Measurement and on Response-to-Intervention.

Sessions

DIBELS Next Essential

Monday, July 9, 2018 and Tuesday, July 10, 2018

9:00am - 4:00pm

This two-day workshop will support users who are new to DIBELS Next, as well as experienced DIBELS users who plan to become Mentors. It covers the foundations and research behind DIBELS, comprehensive and detailed training on how to administer and score all the measures, logistics of administering the assessments, and the use of DIBELS in an outcomes-driven model. This workshop is appropriate for educators who are administering DIBELS Next with paper and pencil or using mobile devices.

Attendees who take both the DIBELS Next Essential and Data Interpretation Workshops may register for the DIBELS Next Mentoring Workshop to become DIBELS Next Mentors.

DIBELS Next Data Interpretation Workshop

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

9:00am - 4:00pm

The one-day DIBELS Next Data Interpretation Workshop offers advanced training in the use of DIBELS Next data in an Outcomes-Driven Model, perfect for schools implementing Response to Intervention. The workshop illustrates the use of DIBELS Next data at both the student level and the systems level. Learn how to use data to match students to resources, group students for instruction, select materials for progress monitoring, and evaluate the effectiveness of instruction. Participants have the option to use their own data during activities for a truly customized experience. This workshop is applicable for educators who are administering DIBELS Next with paper and pencil or using mobile devices.

Attendees who take both the DIBELS Next Essential and Data Interpretation Workshops may register for the DIBELS Next Mentoring Workshop to become DIBELS Next Mentors.

DIBELS Next Mentoring Workshop

Thursday, July 12, 2018

9:00am - 4:00pm

The one-day DIBELS Next Mentoring Workshop is designed for those who have already completed DIBELS Next Essential and DIBELS Next Data Interpretation training and wish to extend their knowledge of DIBELS so they may provide DIBELS Next leadership and training to others. After completing this workshop, participants will be able to provide training in DIBELS Next administration and scoring, including foundations of DIBELS and assessment logistics. Participants will receive official presentation materials for the DIBELS Next Essential, DIBELS Next Transition, and DIBELS Next Data Interpretation workshops to train others. They will also be able to observe and provide feedback to DIBELS Next assessors and interpret and assist others in using classroom-, school-, and district-level DIBELS Next data.

In order to register for this workshop, participants must have also completed or be registered for the DIBELS Next Essential and the DIBELS Next Data Interpretation Workshops.

Discovering the Structure of Language During Reading and Spelling Lessons

Presented by Dr. Louisa Moats

Monday, July 9, 2018

9:00am - 4:00pm

Dr. Louisa Moats will present on the language structures that underlie reading and spelling. Explicit instruction of phonology will be explored, including the relationship between sounds and spelling. Dr. Moats will share the patterns in English orthography, from word origin and morphology to the importance of teaching written syllable types. The workshop will conclude with a discussion of academic language and supporting comprehension through teaching the lexical quality of words, cohesive devices, and the close reading of dense, abstract text. This workshop will support teachers of all grades to use language as the basis for integrated reading and spelling instruction.

DIBELS Deep PA & WRD and DIBELS Next Survey Workshop

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

9:00am - 4:00pm

This one-day workshop provides training on two of the newer products in the DIBELS Next family: DIBELS Deep for Phonemic Awareness and Word Reading and Decoding (PA & WRD) and DIBELS Next Survey. The workshop provides an in-depth discussion of the process of conducting diagnostic assessment with DIBELS Deep PA & WRD and for testing back to a student’s instructional level with DIBELS Survey. Procedures are included for using DIBELS Deep whether or not you use DIBELS Next and DIBELS Next Survey. Practice activities and case examples explore the connections between these assessments to provide a complete picture of student skills from benchmark screening to diagnostic testing, instruction, and ultimately to evaluation of that instruction with progress monitoring.

DIBELS Next Mentors attending this workshop will receive the "DIBELS Deep PA & WRD" and "DIBELS Next Survey" endorsements and will be given access to materials to train others.

DIBELS Deep PA & WRD

DIBELS Deep PA & WRD is a diagnostic reading assessment that is aligned with DIBELS Next. DIBELS Deep provides additional in-depth information to help improve instruction for students who have not yet reached their grade-level benchmark goals or who have met some benchmark goals but are inaccurate in their skills. It may also be used any time an educator would like to have additional assessment information on a student who is not making sufficient progress and more information is needed for instructional planning. DIBELS Deep PA & WRD assists educators with in-depth assessment of phonemic awareness skills, including tasks like segmenting and blending compound words, syllables, and phonemes. In addition, the range of word reading and decoding skills typically taught in grades K-3 are assessed.For more information, visit https://dibels.org/dibelsdeep.html

DIBELS Next Survey

DIBELS Next Survey is used to identify the appropriate progress monitoring and instructional levels for a student who is reading below grade level. Survey provides a separate set of DIBELS test forms for grades K-6, designed for testing students in successively lower levels of materials until their instructional and progress monitoring levels are found. Survey is designed as a companion tool for use with DIBELS Next. For more information, visit https://dibels.org/dibelsnextsurvey.html

Vocabulary and Comprehension Instructional Strategies

Presented by Dr. Susan Hall of the 95 Percent Group

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

9:00am - 4:00pm

What about those students whose decoding is accurate and fluent enough to benchmark decoding indicators but their comprehension scores are low? Since vocabulary and comprehension are integrally linked, Dr. Hall will present these two literacy components together. Participants will leave with a comprehension continuum showing a sequence for teaching strategies in a logical order, as well as copies of graphic organizers to help students improve their questioning and summarization skills. We'll also learn about how to help students teach themselves the meaning of unknown words through analyzing roots, base words, Greek combining forms, and affixes. Leave with some great ideas to use to enhance your vocabulary instruction.

PELI Essential Workshop

Monday, July 9, 2018

9:00am - 4:00pm

The Preschool Early Literacy Indicator (PELI) is a storybook-embedded assessment of essential pre-literacy and oral language skills needed for kindergarten. The assessment is designed to identify children who are experiencing difficulties acquiring these skills with intent to provide the instructional support needed to improve future reading outcomes. PELI can be used with preschool and pre-kindergarten students (ages 3-5). PELI measures alphabet knowledge, vocabulary and oral language, phonemic awareness, and listening comprehension.

This one-day workshop is targeted to early childhood educators. It will cover the foundations and research behind early childhood literacy and oral language development, and how to administer and score all subtests of the PELI.

PELI will be in early release for the 2018-2019 school year. For more information about the PELI Early Release, visit https://dibels.org/ann_peli.html

Attendees who take the PELI Essential Workshop may register for the PELI Data Interpretation/Mentoring Workshop to become PELI Mentors. DIBELS Next Mentors who complete both workshops will be given a PELI endorsement.

DIBELS Deep CFOL

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

9:00am - 4:00pm

DIBELS Deep CFOL (Comprehension, Fluency, and Oral Language) is a diagnostic reading assessment that is aligned with DIBELS Next. DIBELS Deep provides additional in-depth information to help improve instruction for students who have not yet reached their grade-level benchmark goals or who have met some benchmark goals but are inaccurate in their skills. It may also be used any time an educator would like to have additional assessment information on a student who is not making sufficient progress and more information is needed for instructional planning. DIBELS Deep CFOL assists educators in untangling the many possible reasons why a student may be struggling with comprehension. CFOL assesses the following areas: story coherence/text structure, listening and reading comprehension, vocabulary and oral language (e.g., formal definitions, morphological awareness, figurative language, syntax), and fluency with expository and narrative texts.

This one-day workshop will include in-depth information on how and when to administer DIBELS Deep CFOL. Case studies will provide real-world examples of how to use the assessment with students in need of instructional support in these skill domains. Participants will learn how to use CFOL to help provide a complete picture of student reading skills and the interconnected nature of fluency, comprehension, vocabulary, and oral language.

For more information about DIBELS Deep CFOL, visit https://dibels.org/dibelsdeep.html

DIBELS Next Mentors attending this workshop will receive the “DIBELS Deep CFOL” endorsement and will be given access to materials to train others.

PELI Data Interpretation and Mentoring Workshop

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

9:00am - 4:00pm

The one-day PELI Data Interpretation and Mentoring Workshop offers advanced training in the use of PELI data to make educational decisions for preschool children within an Outcomes-Driven Model. This workshop is designed for those who have already completed the PELI Essential Workshop. The PELI Data Interpretation and Mentoring Workshop will provide training in using PELI data to (a) identify children who need additional instructional support to attain early literacy outcomes, (b) plan instructional support, (c) monitor progress in early literacy skills of all children, and (d) evaluate outcomes. In addition, the workshop will cover techniques and strategies for training others to administer and score the PELI.

PELI will be in early release for the 2018-2019 school year. For more information about the PELI Early Release, visit https://dibels.org/ann_peli.html

In order to register for this workshop, participants must have completed the PELI Essential Workshop.

Attendees who complete both the PELI Essential Workshop and the PELI Data Interpretation/Mentoring Workshop will become PELI Mentors, and DIBELS Next Mentors who complete both workshops will be given the “PELI” endorsement. Access to official PELI Essential training materials will be available for Mentors to use to train others.

DIBELS Math Essential Workshop

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

9:00am - 4:00pm

DIBELS Math is an assessment used to measure the acquisition of mathematics skills from kindergarten through sixth grade. DIBELS Math is comprised of measures of early numeracy, computation, and concepts and applications that function as indicators of the essential skills that every child must master in order to become proficient in mathematics. The measures can be used to quickly and efficiently monitor the development of mathematics skills.

DIBELS Math will be in early release for the 2018-2019 school year. For more information about the DIBELS Math Early Release, visit https://dibels.org/ann_dibelsmath.html

This one-day workshop will introduce users to DIBELS Math for grades K-6. It will cover the foundations and research behind DIBELS Math, how to administer and score each of the measures, logistics of assessment, and the use of DIBELS Math in an outcomes-driven model.

Attendees who are current DIBELS Next Mentors will receive the "DIBELS Math" endorsement and will be given access to materials to train others.

Attendees who are not current DIBELS Next Mentors can complete both the DIBELS Math Essential and the DIBELS Math Data Interpretation Workshops to become DIBELS Math Mentors. Mentors will receive access to the official DIBELS Math Essential training materials, which they can use to train others.

DIBELS Math Data Interpretation and Mentoring Workshop

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

9:00am - 4:00pm

The one-day DIBELS Math Data Interpretation Workshop offers advanced training in the use of DIBELS Math data in an Outcomes-Driven Model, perfect for schools implementing a Response to Intervention approach. The workshop illustrates the use of DIBELS Math data at both the student level and the systems level. Topics include using data to match students to resources, grouping students for instruction, selecting materials for progress monitoring, and evaluating the effectiveness of instruction. Participants have the option to use their own data during activities for a truly customized experience. The DIBELS Math Mentoring workshop is designed for those who wish to provide DIBELS Math leadership and training to others. Participants will become DIBELS Math Mentors and receive official presentation materials for the DIBELS Math Essential

Workshop, which they can use to train others. They will also be able to observe and provide feedback to DIBELS Math assessors and interpret and assist others in using classroom-, school-, and district-level DIBELS Math data.

In order to register for this workshop, participants must also have completed or be registered for the DIBELS Math Essential Workshop.

Attendees who complete both the DIBELS Math Essential Workshop and the DIBELS Math Data Interpretation Workshop will become DIBELS Math Mentors. Mentors will receive access to the official DIBELS Math Essential training materials, which they can use to train others.

I’ve DIBEL’d, Now What?

Presented by Dr. Susan Hall of the 95 Percent Group

Thursday, July 12, 2018

9:00am - 4:00pm

This one-day workshop will bridge the gap from assessment to intervention instruction. Participants will learn how to analyze their DIBELS Next benchmark data to determine the effectiveness of Core, Tier 2, and Tier 3 reading instruction. Topics include making decisions about when diagnostic assessment, in addition to DIBELS Next benchmark data, can better inform grouping decisions. Dr. Hall will provide examples of effective small group instructional routines in the basic literacy skills with particular emphasis on instruction in phonological awareness, phonics, vocabulary, and comprehension.

Pathways of Progress Workshop

Thursday, July 12, 2018

9:00am - 4:00pm

This workshop provides training on Pathways of Progress, a research-based tool for (a) establishing individual student progress monitoring goals; (b) evaluating individual student progress; and (c) evaluating the effectiveness of support at the classroom, school, or district level. Pathways of Progress provides an accurate evaluation of growth over time as typical, above typical, or below typical compared to other students with the same level of initial skills. In combination with the DIBELS Next benchmark goals, Pathways of Progress helps educators to set goals that are meaningful, ambitious, and attainable.

The workshop also includes guidance on using a reporting tool available with Pathways that provides summative reading growth data (i.e., Summative Growth Report). These data may be useful as one indicator of student reading growth within a comprehensive educator evaluation and accountability program.

For more information about Pathways of Progress, visit https://dibels.org/pathways_of_progress.html

DIBELS Next Mentors attending this workshop will receive the "Pathways of Progress" endorsement and will be given access to materials to train others.

CARI Workshop (Content Area Reading Indicators)

Thursday, July 12, 2018

9:00am - 4:00pm

The Content Area Reading Indicators (CARI) is a formative assessment for 7th to 9th grade students. CARI is directly aligned with the Common Core Standards and includes three measures: (a) Maze, (b) Silent Reading (SR), and (c) Oral Reading (OR). Each measure is arranged in triads which include one science passage, one social studies passage, and one prose passage. Maze and Silent Reading are group administered and Oral Reading is individually administered. Preliminary benchmark goals are now available. In addition to benchmark assessment materials, progress monitoring materials are available for Maze and Oral Reading. CARI is currently available as a research release. More information about the research release is available at: https://dibels.org/ann_cari.html

This one-day workshop is targeted to educators in grades 7-9. It will cover the foundations and research behind secondary literacy assessment and how to administer and score all of the CARI measures.

DIBELSnet Overview

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

4:15pm - 5:00pm

This free informational session will focus on new reporting features in DIBELSnet, the only author-developed data system that supports the entire family of DIBELS assessments. Learn how to improve your students' reading outcomes through better use of data. Special emphasis will be on Pathways of Progress, a new utility for setting progress monitoring goals and evaluating student progress. Pathways of Progress increases your ability to set meaningful, ambitious, and attainable progress monitoring goals.

This session is free for all attendees of the 2018 DIBELS Super Institute.

Mentor Status Renewal

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

4:15pm - 5:00pm

DIBELS Next Mentors who attend this one-hour session will be able to renew their status for another five years. This is a special evening session for current DIBELS Next Mentors who are also registering for at least one day of the 2018 DIBELS Super Institute.

In order to register for this one-hour evening session, participants must be a current DIBELS Next Mentor. This session is free for all attendees of the 2018 DIBELS Super Institute.

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