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Laura Hansen
interviews for our study
Wed Oct 1, 2014 20:24
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Melissa, I really like the idea of using student interviews for our research as well. This would be an interesting way to gague student engagement/ enjoyment as well as get their perspective of improvement. I think this would work best either at the end of each week's cycle (ie. at the end of or after Day 3) to help inform our study and perhaps also at the end of our study as some post intervention data. As for the pre and post assessments I think that would really help us to see what they learned about fluency and they can ask themselves whether or not they improved by listening to their recordings (pre and post). We might consider having a rubric to help them evaluate themselves. Or since they are such beginners maybe a checklist would be more appropriate? What do you think?

  • interviews - Melissa Boyd, Wed Oct 1 20:03
    I am very interested in using student interviews in our research project. I also like your idea of recording the pre and post assessments for student review and comments. Let's see what we can put... more
    • interviews for our study - Laura Hansen, Wed Oct 1 20:24
      • study interviews - Melissa Boyd, Wed Oct 1 20:32
        I think interviews would work best at the end of each week or even at the midpoint and then end of the study. I think a checklist might work better for our beginners.
        • study interviews - Laura Hansen, Wed Oct 1 20:37
          I like the idea of using it at the midpoint and at the end. I agree a simple checklist would probably be best to help our struggling readers evaluate their fluency.
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