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Individualized Learning Paths

How to use the Thorp Individualized Learning Path

For Teachers – The ILP”s provide the instructional skills measured by the NWEA MAP test. The skills are aligned to Common Core and the Descartes Continuum of Learning. As you work in differentiated small groups the ILP can be used as a progress monitoring tool ensuring that student growth targets are covered. You may use the  different ILP’s as a progress monitoring and pacing tool as you take anecdotal records for your small groups. Please note that ILP’s should be used with your class breakdown report and the target (ASG) RIT score for each child in mind.

For Parents:  The ILP”s provide the instructional skills measured by the NWEA MAP test. The skills are aligned to Common Core and the Descartes Continuum of Learning. You may want to use the ILP’s with your child to reinforce the skills being learned in their classroom. Additionally as students work on computer aided learning programs such as Compass Learning, Mathletics, Achieve 3000 and Khan Academy you may want to keep track of the progress your child is making ensuring that all skills are covered for their goal RIT band.

 

Reading

140-160 Reading ILP

161-170 Reading ILP

171-180 Reading ILP

181-190 Reading ILP

191-200 Reading ILP

201-210 Reading ILP

211-220 Reading ILP

221-230+ Reading ILP

 

Math Grades 2 -5 (Only tests students until beginning Algebra)

150-170 Math Grades 2 – 5

171-180 Math Grades 2 – 5

181-190 Math Grades 2 – 5

191-200 Math Grades 2 – 5

201-210 Math Grades 2 – 5

211-220 Math Grades 2 – 5

221-230 Math Grades 2 – 5

231-240+ Math Grades 2 – 5 

 

Math Grades 6+ 

150-170 Math Grades 6 – 8

171-180 Math Grades 6 – 8

181-190 Math Grades 6-8

191-200 Math Grades 6 – 8

201-210 Math Grades 6 – 8

211-220 Math Grades 6 – 8

221-230 Math Grades 6 – 8

231-240 Math Grades 6 – 8

241-250 Math Grades 6 – 8

251-260 Math Grades 6 – 8

261+ Math Grades 6 – 8

 

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