Multidimensional reading data: How fluency and comprehension assessments go hand in hand
Learning to read and developing as a reader are two distinct processes that often run parallel—perhaps phonics and phonemes in one lesson followed by vocabulary and comprehension in the next. See how having separate assessments that focus specifically on these different parts of the reading journey can benefit the classroom teacher.View guide
NWEA early literacy experts teamed up with a district-level data whiz for a lively discussion on inventorying literacy data to help your team make informed changes to instruction. Presenters also shared how to triangulate points between MAP® Growth™ and MAP® Reading Fluency™, spot anomalies, track trends and more.
NWEA collaborates with more than 30 providers to determine how MAP Growth scores can be used by dozens of instructional and data products to make every classroom a data-informed classroom. Learn more about the Instructional Connections program and explore its unique benefits for administrators, teachers, and coaches.
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This document describes the Fluency Protocol developed as part of an NWEA research study funded by the Reading Reimagined grant, a program within the Advanced Education Research and Development Fund (AERDF). It consists of five sessions, approximately 20 minutes each.
This study examines the effects of a newly developed fluency protocol on historically marginalized students in three Grade 6 classrooms in a large urban school district. The protocol was designed for ease of use and does not require that educators have prior knowledge of reading instruction.
Learn about the best MAP Growth and MAP Reading Fluency reports to pull and how to look at them together, whether you’re a school leader or classroom teacher, in this best of Teach. Learn. Grow. eBook.