Presentation on theme: "K-5/6 Reading Practices Inventory for Selected Illinois School Districts: Preliminary Results, Research Insights, and Audience Discussion Studies and Research."— Presentation transcript:
K-5/6 Reading Practices Inventory for Selected Illinois School Districts: Preliminary Results, Research Insights, and Audience Discussion Studies and Research Committee 1:45 – 2:45 March 16, 2012 Center B4-W Katie LudesBoomer Crotty Pamela GodtKaren Walker Elizabeth Goldsmith-Conley
Special Acknowledgment Data analysis, charts, and graphs done by George Fero School of Education McKendree University firstname.lastname@example.org
Handouts Directions for getting to Wiki page to view results Request to participate form Evaluation form
Agenda Introductions Goals Survey Questions Preliminary Results Research Insights Wiki Page Audience Suggestions Evaluation
Goals Compile a statewide inventory of reading programs Make the results available to school districts and the public. Help districts in researching programs Help districts in planning staff development Help colleges of education in preparing pre-service teachers for what they will meet in their schools Help educational researchers Help professional staff developers, among others. Additional comments from audience
Champaign Fisher Heritage Ludlow Mahomet- Seymour Monticello Rantoul St. Joseph Thomasboro Tolono Urbana Arcola Villa Grove Sullivan Blue Ridge Galesburg East Richland GMS ( GibsonCity Melvin Sibley) PBL ( Paxton Buckley Loda) Neoga Shiloh Zion Grundy Kendall Cook Lee Livingston Hancock Vermillion
Participating Districts 2011and 2012 Arcola CUSD #306 Blue Ridge CUSD #18 Champaign CUSD #4 East Richland CUSD #1 Fisher CUSD #1 Galesburg CUSD #205 Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley CUSD #5 Heritage CUSD #8 Ludlow CUSD #142 Mahomet-Seymour CUSD #3 Confidential #1 Monticello CUSD #25 Neoga CUSD #3 Paxton Buckley Loda CUD #2 Rantoul City SD #137 St. Joseph Community CCSD #130
Shiloh CUSD #1 Sullivan CUSD #300 Thomasboro CCSD #130 Tolono CUSD #7 Urbana SD # 116 Villa Grove CUSD #302 Zion School ESD #6 Coal City Unit District 1 Gifford CCSD 188 Oak Park District 97 Prairieview Ogden Newark Community CCD#6 Steger School District 194 Lansing SD 158 Georgetown-Ridge Farm CUD4 Tri-Point CUSD 6 Dixon USD 170 Homewood
2 Asst. Superintendents 4 Cur. Coordinators 2 Curriculum Directors 1 Learning Specialist 7 Principals 2 Superintendents 6 Reading Specialists 1 Retired Teacher 1 Social Worker 2 Spec. Ed Prog Directors 1 Special Ed Teacher 1 Title I Aide 1 Title I Teacher 3 Teachers People Who Filled Out the Survey
Observations about Assessments AIMS Web overtaking DIBELS
Core Programs Used in 34 Districts 2011 and 2012 Anywhere Learning System Autoskill Land of the Letter People Let’s Read with the Letter People McMillan/McGraw Hill Open Court SRA/McGraw Hill Read Well/Sopris West Reading Mastery Plus Rigby Literacy Scott Foresman Success for All The Nation’s Choice Trophies Wright Group
Observations about programs used as core 4 programs used most frequently as core McMillan/McGraw Hill, Scott Foresman, Rigby, Trophies Is there a problem here?
Interventions 2011-2012 Adding Additional Time Bringing Words to Life Earobic Great Leaps Jolly Phonics Lexia Michael Heggerty’s Phonemic Awareness Paths to Achieving Literacy Success Peer Assisted Learning Strategies (PALS) Quick Reads Read 180 Read Naturally Reading A to Z Reading Mastery Reading Recovery Road to the Code Six Minute Solution SLANT system Soliloquy Software Spire/Orton Gillingham Wilson
Observations about Interventions Most freqently used interventions were M. Heggerty Reading A-Z 6 minute solutions, Earobics, Lexia Adding more time Does Reading A-Z belong in this category?
Research Insights/Comments by Committee To make any statistically significant correlations we need a sample of at least 100 districts. Change in demographics from year 1 to 2 AIMS web overtaking DIBELS We saw 4 core programs – McMillan/McGraw Hill, Scott Foresman, Rigby, and Trophies – used most frequently Most freqently used interventions were M. Heggerty, Reading A-Z, 6 minute solutions, Earobics, Lexia, Adding more time Need to add question about satisfaction.
Observations, Questions, and Suggestons by Audience
More to Do… Expand demographic range of districts Explore correlations between interventions and student achievement (Any gains?) Rate satisfaction with assessment usage - Identify researched based interventions Find ways to make updated information available Elicit and incorporate audience suggestions
Workshop Evaluation What was most helpful? What would have made this more helpful? Should this survey be continued? If yes, what suggestions do you have to change it or increase participation?
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