**In General:**

Below the progress graph, you will see detail from individual progress monitoring occasions. Each occasion begins with a header identifying the PM Group and Trends.

Total Trend = slope of the trend line (requires at least 2 occasions). This is the actual weekly gain, in improvement to score for the given assessment.

Goal Trend = slope of the goal line. This is the weekly gain goal

Date = date the assessment was given.

Progress Monitoring Scores

The Score consists of a **number**, followed by an** icon** indicating relationship to the goal line (triangle or square), followed by the **number** of points above/below the goal line.

The number to the left of the triangle (2.0) is the score.

The icon may be:

Green triangle pointing up indicates score is above the goal line.

Green square indicates the scores is on the goal line.

Red triangle pointing down indicates the score is below the goal line.

The number to the right of the triangle (-6.67) is the number of points above or below the goal line. i.e. How many points the student exceeded or missed their goal for the week.

Item Detail will vary by individual assessment.

**for CBMmath CAP**:

Items on the assessment appear under the Common Core Standard domain they apply to. The number indicates the specific standard. If the number is green, the student responded correctly. If the number is red, the student responded incorrectly. Clicking on the number allows you to see the item; however, FastBridge will not show the student's incorrect response.

Common Core Standard Domains

CC = Counting and Cardinality

OA = Operations & Algebraic Thinking

NBT = Numbers and Operations in Base 10

NF - Numbers & Operations - Fractions

MD = Measurements and Data

G = Geometry

RP = Ratios and Proportional Relationships

EE = Expressions and Equations

NS = Number System

F = Functions

SP = Statistics and Probability

**for Letter Sounds**:

In some cases, some of the items are bold. Bold letters and numbers represent the those letters and numbers included in the top 25% of errors by the group.