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Understanding Intervention Trends

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On a plan's intervention panel (bottom right corner) there is an indicator of a student's status in the intervention. One of five indicators will be displayed. This brief article will help you understand what they mean, and how we calculate them.

1) Unable to Determine Status

This status message is displayed when there is not enough data (progress monitoring data) that has happened within the timeline of the intervention to determine a status. It also is displayed when a goal has not been set for the skill.

2) Met or Exceeded Goal

When an intervention is locked, the last data point is evaluated to determine if it is at or above the score set in the active goal. If it is, the intervention is marked as "Met or Exceeded Goal."

3) Did Not Meet Goal

When an intervention is locked, the last data point is evaluated to determine if it is at or above the score set in the active goal. If it is not, the intervention is marked as "Did Not Meet Goal."

4) Trending Successful

Using a linear regression, a trend line for the progress monitoring data points during the intervention is plotted - and projected out to the date of the goal. If the trend line on the date of the goal is at or above the goal score on that date, the intervention will be marked as "Trending Successful."

5) Trending Successful

Using a linear regression, a trend line for the progress monitoring data points during the intervention is plotted - and projected out to the date of the goal. If the trend line on the date of the goal is below the goal score on that date, the intervention will be marked as "Trending Unsuccessful."

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