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I have beginning-of-year data. Now what?

After screening your students and collecting BOY data showing skill deficits, you’re probably wondering what’s the best instructional approach to close these gaps. 

Effective assessment data facilitates a well-designed instructional plan for all readers, especially for those requiring intervention.  After administering a universal screener, a diagnostic assessment tool must be used to accurately pinpoint instructional needs and determine well-defined skill-based student groupings.  

In this on-demand webinar, Laura Stewart, Chief Academic Officer and Anella Wetter, Chief Sales Officer showcase a different approach to assessment and intervention instruction that eliminates the ‘now what’. For almost 20 years, our Phonics Screener for Intervention™ (PSI), has been field-tested by thousands of teachers in schools across the country. PSI has been proven to accurately focus on student grouping, instructional placement, and identify specific lessons to effectively address individual student needs. 

Key webinar takeaways include:

  • Understanding the instructional cycle that provides a framework for the Tiers of Instruction and the need for screening, diagnostic, and progress monitoring assessment tools
  • Applying a diagnostic tool that pinpoints the exact skill gaps and identifies the students’ instructional needs based on an evidence-aligned scope and sequence
  • Using this diagnostic tool to provide guidance for student groupings and progress monitoring  
  • Taking a PSI test drive to see how this easy-to-use revolutionary tool accurately identifies skill gaps and aligns to focused instruction for immediate implementation

Watch the on-demand webinar to learn more about using your data throughout the year to inform instruction and effectively reduce intervention needs.

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Meet your Webinar Facilitators

www.95percentgroup.comwp-contentuploads202303Headshot-LStewart-NoGlasses-2022-rect-cropLaura Stewart, Chief Academic Officer

Laura Stewart is an educator and organizational leader.  She has served as a teacher, administrator, adjunct professor, and director of numerous professional development initiatives around the country.  Before joining 95 Percent Group as their Chief Academic Officer, Laura was the Chief Innovation Officer with The Reading League and the Chief Academic Officer for Professional Development at Highlights for Children. She presents nationally and internationally and is a published author. 

Laura’s passion is empowering educators to positively impact ALL students and ultimately change the course of literacy achievement in this country. 

MicrosoftTeams-image (15)Anella Wetter, Chief Sales Officer

Anella Wetter is a passionate advocate for literacy with over 25 years of experience in educational leadership roles. As the Chief Sales Officer she is dedicated to catalyzing positive change in the literacy market. Anella’s central focus is to fortify current client relationships and actively seek new opportunities to work with school districts, advancing the company's position as a leader in The Science of Reading. With a background as both a sales leader and a former English Language Arts educator, she aims to create a lasting impact on student outcomes by enhancing educator preparedness and fostering reading achievement.  Anella’s unwavering commitment to educational equity and her belief in the transformative power of structured literacy resources and professional development will pave the way for a brighter future where 95 percent of all students read at or above grade level. 

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