This article serves to answer frequently asked questions about the flow of Progress Monitoring and Intervention data from FastBridge to eduCLIMBER.
Start by setting up Progress Monitoring in FastBridge. Then you will be able to complete intervention setup in eduCLIMBER and the Progress Monitoring data will already be there for you.
We recommend naming the Intervention Display Name something unique, so that it will be easy to find as you continue intervention setup in eduCLIMBER. Your organization may have standard naming conventions for interventions. Typically, intervention names describe the intervention strategy, and a unique intervention group identifier for the interventionist such as the time of day and the interventionist’s initials. For example, Repeated Reading | 2:00 Group JB.
The Progress Monitoring data is sent to eduCLIMBER immediately when the user clicks Save on the FastBridge Progress Monitoring plan. So, you can (and we recommend that you) continue the intervention setup in eduCLIMBER right away.
Yes, you may. Because data does not flow back from eduCLIMBER to FastBridge, you will need to enter your intervention data in FastBridge via Edit Setup in order to see the intervention data on the Progress Monitoring Report.
As you go through the intervention setup in eduCLIMBER, you may make any changes you’d like. Just note that the changes made in eduCLIMBER do not flow back to FastBridge.
- Assessment / Monitoring Type
- Skill Area
- Start and End Date
- Intervention Display Name
The integration is one-way: from FastBridge to eduCLIMBER.
This integration eliminates the need for users to enter the same information in both FastBridge and eduCLIMBER. The feature is available to all districts that use both FastBridge and eduCLIMBER.
Yes, this feature is only applicable for Reading and Math Progress Monitoring. It is not available for Behavior Progress Monitoring.
The frequency options in FastBridge do not quite align with the frequency options in eduCLIMBER, so users will need to enter their desired frequency in eduCLIMBER.
No, because the integration is from FastBridge to eduCLIMBER, it will not be set up automatically. Users can always create the intervention in FastBridge afterward. To take advantage of this integration, we recommend users start setup in FastBridge.
A message appears directing the user to begin the setup process in FastBridge.
In eduCLIMBER, users will only see the students to whom they have access. Users will see a warning sign if there are students to whom they do not have access, and may need to reach out to their administrator if they think they should have access.