What is the benefit of adding non-core subject teachers as instructors in MAP Growth MARC?
Great questiion Sadia! Adding non-core teachers as instructors allows them to see MAP results for their students as long as their classes have been setup in the Class Roster File. Here is an example of how that could be beneficial. Knowing a student's reading score on the MAP assessment could allow a teacher to gain insight into why a child may struggle on a written test given in their class. If the reading level of the test is above the child's existing skills the test grade may reflect their inability to understand the questions on the test rather than whether or not they actually know the subject content.
Marziah Karch Melissa Sass
I completely agree with you, Jane. Lexile levels from the MAP Growth Reading assessment can be very helpful when matching students to texts in all types of classrooms. Non-core area teachers can benefit when they consider the ways that reading, language, math, and/or science (depending on which assessments are administered), are embedded in their own classroom instruction. For example, physical education teachers may integrate laws of physics in exercise and sports (science), calculating through scoring (math), research of health and nutrition (reading and language), etc. Students can be assigned to multiple instructors, and multiple instructors can be assigned to students.
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