Reader’s Workshop Part 2: Analyzing and Using Data to Support Students

The second part of our Reader's Workshop series, this workshop allows teachers to delve deeper into the importance of data analysis and the role it plays in improving students' reading skills.

This workshop is the second part of our Reader's Workshop series. It allows teachers to delve deeper into the importance of data analysis and the role it plays in improving students' reading skills. During this session, participants will be given time to analyze their own individual students' reading data (ex: DRA2) and create lessons based on this data. The consultant will provide sample lessons and best practices as guides. Participants will also learn ways to help support their struggling readers by discussing application ideas of reading strategies. The teacher/student conference will be an important aspect of this workshop as participants learn how to use conferences to collect and analyze student data.

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Curriculum Specialists
Administrators
Reading Specialists
English/ELA Instructors

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