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Mentoring in Ohio for Reading Excellence For 1 st – 4 th grade students with disabilities 30 mins. of instruction daily, 4 days/week One-on-one instruction.

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2 Mentoring in Ohio for Reading Excellence

3 For 1 st – 4 th grade students with disabilities 30 mins. of instruction daily, 4 days/week One-on-one instruction Using progress monitoring

4  76 students  10 4 th graders  24 3 rd graders  27 2 nd graders  15 1 st graders  28 of 76 on IEPs  48 “At Risk” at the start of the year  50 tutors

5 E FFECTIVE AFFORDABLE REPLICABLE SUSTAINING

6  Schools and communities become partners  Uses middle/high school students  Gives community service hours  Uses college students  Fulfilling course requirements  Even the D.A.R.E. officer tutors

7  Significant progress in reading fluency  Substantial gains in less than 6 months  Reduces achievement gap between students with and without disabilities  Provides data for intervention teams for IAT, MFE, IEP processes

8  60% of 4 th graders passed Ohio Achievement Assessment  Avg 1 st grader reading level went up 5 levels  Avg 2 nd grader reading level went up 6 levels  Avg 3 rd grader reading level went up 4 levels  Avg 4 th grader reading level went up 4 levels

9  Of 24 3 rd graders, 10 passed their O.A.A.  Average student increased cold/warm/hot reads by 26 words/min.

10  $1.00 per hour of mentoring  Low license cost of $59.95 per year for 16 students  Uses volunteers

11  Works in individual classrooms or building-wide  Uses materials already in schools  Uses school aides or student tutors

12  Bridges the gap from June to August  Offers summer tutoring  BGSU testing center gathers and assesses data  Parents tutor their own kids Mother tutoring daughter

13  60% of 4 th graders passed their O.A.A.  42% of 3 rd graders passed their O.A.A.  5 2 nd graders passed their O.A.A.

14  57/58 students increased their words per/min. by mid-year  12 students increased 3-9 wpm  21 increased wpm  18 increased wpm  6 increased wpm

15  Avg. 4 th grader increased 30 wpm  Avg. 3 rd grader increased 26 wpm  Avg. 2 nd grader increased 21 wpm

16  Reinforces connection between school and home  Parents of “At Risk” students given summer tutoring packets  Currently 5 families tutoring at home

17 “I really enjoy Project MORE because I get to work with the same students every week and look forward to coming and seeing how much they improve” ~ Vanessa “I think that Project MORE is an excellent program for all children. It encourages all children to want to read more and to be organized...” ~Kerlyne

18 “Today my student told me that the box on the desk was magic and that’s why he asked a lot of smart questions.” ~Diana “I believe more schools should have a program like this. There is nothing better than having fun while learning.” ~Jessica

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20 Low overhead cost, low reading scores lost… Tutors who share both patience and care… Students who learn how to read and succeed… Uses tools already in schools… Students gain skills to last for years… Proves Project M.O.R.E… IS ALL E.A.R.S!

21  Created by: KoAnn Rutter, Project M.O.R.E. coordinator, Elmwood Local Schools


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