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Meeting the reading needs of lower elementary school students blogger powerpoint

  1. 1. Action Research Plan Meeting the Reading Needs of Lower Elementary School Students EDLD 5301 Research – EA 1188
  2. 2. Goal: The goal of my action research plan is to determine ways to increase the reading achievement of students in grades 1 through 3; therefore decreasing the number of students who are identified as at-risk, struggling, or below level.
  3. 3. Evaluate how students and parents view & conduct reading in the home Family Survey by Pearson Education August 23 rd August 27 th Kym Celestine-Franklin 3. Send home a family reading survey Review data & determine the percentage of students that are visual learners, auditory learners, tactile, or kinesthetic learners The Personal Learning Styles Inventory for Students from howtolearn.com August 23 rd September 3 rd Kym Celestine-Franklin 2. Administer learning styles inventory to students in targeted population Review data & determine the percentage of students identified as at-risk, struggling, or below level based on previous year’s data TAKS, ITBS, TPRI and AEIS reports July 26 th August 20 th Kym Celestine-Franklin Reading Coaches Reading Interventionists Principal 1. Analyze students data in Grades 1 - 3 Evaluation Needed Resources Timeline: Start/End Person(s) Responsible Action Step(s)
  4. 4. Students identified as Tier 3 are placed in tutorials with Reading interventionist Treasures by Macmillan-McGraw-Hill Assessment October 1 st Reading Interventionists 6. Administer 6 weeks Reading Benchmark 1 Use Eduphoria Aware software to identify students as at-risk, struggling, or below level Identified students are placed in classroom tutorials with teacher TPRI 2010 – 2014 Early Reading Assessment September 13 th September 24 th Classroom Teachers in Grades 1 - 3 5. Administer Beginning of the Year TPRI Provide teachers with surveys to analyze the effectiveness of the suggested methods in their classrooms Bloom’s Taxonomy Howard Gardner’s Theories Ideas from Ron Brown maker of Intelli-Tunes Reading & Instruction Strategies September 6 th September 27 th Kym Celestine-Franklin 4. Mini workshop for teachers on incorporating the four main learning styles during their reading instruction
  5. 5. Dismiss & replace students in tutorial groups, if appropriate Treasures by Macmillan-McGraw-Hill Assessment November 12 th Reading Interventionist 10. Administer 6 weeks Reading Benchmark 2 Conduct & review progress of students identified as at-risk, struggling, or below level Review the Reading & Instruction Strategies with teachers TPRI Early Reading Assessment Results, ITBS data and Treasures by Macmillan-McGraw-Hill Benchmark Assessment Results October 26 th Kym Celestine-Franklin Reading Coaches Reading Interventionists Principal 9. Meet with teachers to analyze data ITBS Assessment October 19 th October 22 nd Classroom Teachers in Grades 1 & 2 8. Administer ITBS in Grades 1 - 2 Students are actively engaged and learning Walkthrough form obtained in PDAS training October 4 th October 15 th Kym Celestine-Franklin Assistant Principals Reading Coaches 7. Conduct Walkthroughs
  6. 6. Conduct & review Progress Monitoring of students identified as at-risk, struggling, or below level Treasures by Macmillan-McGraw-Hill Assessment February 25 th Reading Interventionist 14. Administer 6 weeks Reading Benchmark 4 Students are actively engaged and learning Walkthrough form obtained in PDAS training January 31 st February 11 th Kym Celestine-Franklin Assistant Principals Reading Coaches 13. Conduct Walkthroughs Conduct & review Progress Monitoring of students identified as at-risk, struggling, or below level Dismiss & replace students in tutorial groups, if appropriate Treasures by Macmillan-McGraw-Hill Assessment January 14 th Reading Interventionist 12. Administer 6 weeks Reading Benchmark 3 Use Eduphoria Aware software to identify students as at-risk, struggling, or below level TPRI 2010 – 2014 Early Reading Assessment January 10 th January 21st Classroom Teachers in Grades 1 - 3 11. Administer Middle of the Year TPRI
  7. 7. Students are actively engaged and learning Walkthrough form obtained in PDAS training April 18 th April 20 th Kym Celestine-Franklin Assistant Principals Reading Coaches 17. Conduct Walkthroughs Dismiss & replace students in tutorial groups, if appropriate Treasures by Macmillan-McGraw-Hill Assessment April 15 th Reading Interventionist 16. Administer 6 weeks Reading Benchmark 5 Conduct & review Progress Monitoring of students identified as at-risk, struggling, or below level Review the Reading & Instruction Strategies Dismiss & replace students in tutorial groups, if appropriate TPRI Early Reading Assessment Results and Treasures by Macmillan-McGraw-Hill Benchmark Assessment Results February 28 th Kym Celestine-Franklin Reading Coaches Reading Interventionists Principal 15. Meet with teachers to analyze data
  8. 8. Treasures by Macmillan-McGraw-Hill Assessment May 12 th Reading Interventionist 21. Administer 6 weeks Reading Benchmark 6 TAKS 2010 Administration Booklets April 27 th Classroom Teachers in Grade 3 20. Administer TAKS Use Eduphoria Aware software to identify students as at-risk, struggling, or below level TPRI 2010 – 2014 Early Reading Assessment April 25 th May 6 th Classroom Teachers in Grades 1 - 3 19. Administer End of the Year TPRI Conduct & review Progress Monitoring of students identified as at-risk, struggling, or below level Review the Reading & Instruction Strategies Dismiss & replace students in tutorial groups, if appropriate TPRI Early Reading Assessment Results and Treasures by Macmillan-McGraw-Hill Benchmark Assessment Results April 21 st Kym Celestine-Franklin Reading Coaches Reading Interventionists Principal 18. Meet with teachers to analyze data
  9. 9. Analyze data effectively and efficiently and identify areas of progress for targeted population Decide if Reading & Instruction Strategies increased overall student achievement and decreased students identified as at-risk, struggling, or below level TPRI BOY, MOY, & EOY results, 6 weeks Benchmark data, TAKS results (if applicable) May 23 rd Kym Celestine-Franklin Reading Coaches Reading Interventionists Principal 22. Meet with teachers to analyze data

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