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IMPLEMENTING 4 TH AND 5 TH GRADE DIBELS PEERS Group Paulding Elementary School
Team Members Kelly Spangler Stacey Diefenthaler Randi Jones Karen Walker Bev Bertwell Don Manz Julie March Cathy Wunderle
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Planning Meeting This is the 1 st year for DIBELs testing in the 4 th and 5 th grades.
Teachers practice scoring a test
Oral Reading Fluency Test
All of the student data was entered into the DIBELs website.
IMPACT ON STUDENTS We will measure the impact on the students by comparing the graphs of the students scores in 4 th and 5 th grade and sharing with students, parents, and administrators.
STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT We as educators and co-workers will be able to adjust our teaching strategies to improve student performance.
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