Beginning Reading Theory
Wed Sep 9, 2015 17:04

That is very true especially when we spend a great deal of time doing TRC and Dibels assessments. After assessing, we need to fix the child's reading problem although we are not certain what the real problem is. The ERSI and IRI do show a better picture of the child's strengths and weaknesses in alphabet knowledge, spelling, sight words, comprehension, and reading rate.

  • Re: Beginning Reading Theory - Anonymous, Wed Sep 9 13:03
    I also found the article about scientifically-based instruction very interesting. Unfortunately, sometimes I think we tend to "jump on the band wagon" of the latest and greatest and expect it to be a ... more
    • Researched Based Instruction - haleyferrell, Fri Sep 18 22:32
      I have been an EC teacher for 4 years now but my background is in general education. I have used a handful of researched based programs and they are all different and cater to a variety of students... more
    • Agree!! - megangouge, Mon Sep 14 17:11
      I agree with your statement about jumping on the band wagon! I know I am guilty for doing it myself. After being in the Curriculum and Assessment course and working with IRIs currently, and already... more
    • Beginning Reading Theory - Regina, Wed Sep 9 17:04
      • BRI Assessment - Melanie McLeod, Wed Sep 9 20:54
        Regina: I totally agree with you. The Beginning Reading Inventory has given me much more insight into my student's strengths and weaknesses. Also, it's a very quick, efficient way to level my... more
        • Re: BRI Assessment - Candi, Wed Sep 16 16:06
          So we all agree that ERSI and IRI's can provide us with strengths and weaknesses for students so we are able to target specific skills to help students. I don't understand why dibels and TRC can't... more
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