How can educators use the piles of student assessment data available in their schools to improve teaching and learning? This course meets the needs of a wide range of participants and prepares educators to use data to catalyze and support improvement in reading in K-12 schools. The focus is on learning how to screen, progress monitor and use formative and summative assessment data to inform decisions about reading. This course will provide a balanced research-based approach to learning how assessment can inform practice. Students will be able to give as well as interpret a variety of reading assessments, such as "concepts of print" early reading inventories and miscue analysis, and other more thorough reading diagnostics, such as a Qualitative Reading Inventories. 3 crs.
This course information is from the 2017-2018 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog. View this catalog.