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brittanyavery
Re: Beginning Reading Theory
Wed Sep 9, 2015 13:08
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  • 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
      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 ... more
      • 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
    • Re: Beginning Reading Theory - brittanyavery, Wed Sep 9 13:08
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