[MOSAIC] data collection for analysis
jeanette550 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 7 22:57:09 EDT 2010
Sounds like more testing and less teaching. Guided reading and running
records were a terrific indicator of student need and growth.
Now students are not given enough time to actually read and thus have
a difficult time in becoming "Proficient".
Just a Dinosaur's opinion.
On Sep 7, 2010, at 4:36 PM, Melissa Kile wrote:
> We use the PALS (Phonological and Literacy Screening, from UVa) for
> Fountas & Pinnell Benchmark assessments, Leveled Literacy Intervention
> Running Records, SOL results (state standards tests). Some teachers
> use STAR
> (don't know what it stands for, but is reading), and the RPI (Reading
> Progress Indicator), which measures various areas of comprehension.
> On Tue, Sep 7, 2010 at 4:06 PM, Jeana Wise
> <jwise at marshallschools.com>wrote:
>> What types of data does your schools collect for anaylsis? My
>> district is
>> using Aimsweb, but I am thinking that other forms of data may be
>> when looking at interventions for our struggling students. My
>> district no
>> longer gives the DRA, either.
>> Jeana Wise
>> K-4 Literacy Coach
>> jwise at marshallschools.com<mailto:jwise at marshallschools.com>
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