Log in to follow, share, and participate in this community. One of our NWEA Partners recently asked a consultant in a workshop how often MAP Skills can be used for progress monitoring in reading. They also wanted to know which component within MAP Ski... Our NWEA consultants have been busy in the field delivering MAP Skills partner workshops. A common question that they encounter in their travels concerns manually changing the status of a skill for a s... MAP Skills helps teachers drill down to the specific skills each student needs to learn. You can use it between MAP Growth administrations to see exactly what struggling students are missing and advanced students are ... Take an opportunity to reflect on your use of MAP Skills throughout the past school year. How did MAP Skills data support your instructional decisions that targeted learning for every student in your class? ... As you utilized MAP Skills in your classroom this year, which tools did you find to be the most useful? How did you use those tools to support your students' learning? Please share your insights with your collea... How do you differentiate students' homework assignments? I asked the same question in the MAP Growth space. Feel free to respond to either discussion or to both. As partners begin using MAP Skills, they generally are exploring a lot of options. MAP Skills can be used for different paths. What options have you explored? If you're not currently using MAP Skills this way, can you think of suggestions on how you might? How do I use MAP Skills as an enrichment tool? Please share your examples. Do you use MAP Skills and MAP Growth data together? Please share your tips, successes, and struggles here. Which tools in MAP Skills do you use to identify skills gaps in your students?