P-10: Curriculum Based Measurement and Goal Setting
10:00 a.m. – 10:50 a.m.

Research suggests that goal setting and progress monitoring is one of the most effective practices in education (Hattie, 2012). The purpose of this presentation is to provoke conversation about how to improve these practices to enhance equitable outcomes. The presenters will enhance goal-setting skills with progress monitoring data; discuss the need for recognizing the role of implicit bias within this process and propose strategies for neutralizing the impact of bias on the process of individualized goal setting and encourage discussion regarding these ideas and strategies.

Britt Landis and Elizabeth Shmikler, school psychology doctoral students, University of Oregon.

Strand: C, Topic: 2, Skill Level: II