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Using Literacy Assessments to Design Instruction

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You have all this literacy assessment data. Now what? In this webinar, join Dr. Jayme Linton as she examines practices and processes for analyzing literacy assessment data and using this data to make sound instructional decisions. She will assist you in constructing a process for making instructional decisions for students based on literacy assessment data. She will examine actual literacy data, identify students' instructional needs, and design instructional plans for addressing those needs.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Language Arts
Last aired on: Thursday, August 4, 2016 @ 1:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Assessment & Review , Learning Theories & Strategies, Reading & Writing
Tags: analyzing data, Formative assessment, instructional design, literacy data

Reviews (21)

Full Member
Great webinar!
Basic Member
Thank you!
Thank you for strategies with sound instructional decisions.
Full Member
Excellent presentation.
Basic Member
I think she tried to cover a lot of ground quickly. I would love more examples of authentic active learning as they specifically relate to specific assessments.
Basic Member
Excellent presentation.
Basic Member
Great information!
Full Member
Great info. Thanks!
As a Reading Specialist, I have run into students who read at higher levels than what they can provide written responses for in order to prove their comprehension. I spend time working with these students teaching them how to put their thoughts in to words and develop their written responses. This is no easy task but must be done to help these students. I gather three points of data to make decisions for my students. Doing so does not make one assessment the end all.
Basic Member
Very informative.
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