Thursday, September 14, 2017 from 6:00-8:30pm
Practical, Informative Reading Assessments for Instruction and Grouping Decisions
Presented by Patrice Murphy, Reading Specialist - Baldwinsville School District, Adjunct Literacy Professor - SUNY Oswego
In a timely start to a new academic year, this Reading League event will offer educators to learn about and practice reading assessments that can lead directly to effective instructional decisions. These assessments include phonological awareness, decoding ability, and alphabetic knowledge - and all are appropriate for elementary all the way to adult learners! In addition to their worth in pinpointing instructional starting points, these easy interpret and quick to administer assessments are perfect when making instructional grouping decisions. So this presentation content is a win-win!
This presentation will take place in the Large Group Instruction (LGI) room at Eagle Hill Middle School. Many thank yous to the Fayetteville Manlius School District for their hospitality! This LGI room (which is not pictured in the photo provided here) offers spacious tables for working on the assessments that will be provided for practice.
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