For students with disabilities and students at any MTSS/RTI Tier, LGL’s progress monitoring process is composed of five steps.
Step 1: LGL diagnostics analyzes and identify each individual student’s learning gaps and present levels (PLAAFP).
Step 2: IEP teams develop individualized education programs (IEPs) using LGL narratives, diagnostic data, and alignments to standards.
Step 3: LGL system assigns specially designed instruction (SDI) for students with disabilities and/or in intervention at their zone of proximal development. Teachers can always self-select lesson assignments.
Step 4: LGL provides progress monitoring with pre-built skills and concepts quizzes and tests. Teachers queue them up and the data automatically overlays onto the original dataset.
Step 5: LGL curriculum also provides ongoing progress monitoring, tracking student academic performance from the initial evaluation. No data collection required by teachers.