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Progress and Time
Sun Nov 30, 2014 09:00

You seemed to devote alot of instructional time to your intervention strategies, and I think this definitely helped with the progress. With our music study, we weren't given as much intervention time, but some students were motivated enough to continue their learning at home. I wonder if this happened with your study? Were some students' parents more inclined to help them? I believe this TIME aspect is always going to be a hard part of creating accurate data, because even if you try and level the time of instruction, you can't count on what is or isn't going on at home.

  • Progress - Susan Gibson, Wed Nov 26 12:10
    Wow! Look at you Tavia! That is marvelous that your students are really soaring through the use of guided reading! This is very encouraging and makes me want to look into what we do in our... more
    • Progress and Time - sellewc, Sun Nov 30 09:00
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