Tips to Get Over 90% of Your Students Reading Proficiently By 3rd Grade
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Differentiation Is The Difference
What is DIFFERENTIATION? All students are different learners, at different places, and with different needs. That’s why we think of differentiation like a prescription. Using a unique algorithm, we are able to prescribe differentiated recommendations in 4 different domains that are specific to each student and will give them exactly what they need in the present moment to ensure they grow as readers.
Small groups allow for maximum differentiation and better outcomes as teachers can deliver targeted lessons to students and students can take ownership of their own learning during child managed time as well. As proof, here is a news segment on how Learning Ovations is positively impacting outcomes in classrooms.
ADOPT A RESEARCH BASED PROCESS
Dr. Carol Connor
Principal Researcher and Creator of A2i
Research and practice
sets A2i apart
Dr. Carol Connor, the lead researcher whose work proved instrumental in the A2i breakthrough understood there will always be external factors impinging on a child’s ability to achieve reading outcomes: poverty, book availability, homelessness, Internet access, broken homes, mobility, fear, two-career families.
Irrespective of all environmental factors, our 15 years of work in this space and our remarkable outcomes show we can achieve over 90% of children reading at, or above, grade level by third grade’s end. Responding to Covid-19 is no different. We’ve brought children with below grade level language skills up to, and beyond, grade level. We've dramatically reduced the need for interventions.
And yet her research focused on what schools can do once a child walks through the kindergarten door. Yes, COVID 19 is the latest in a long journey of environmental slights preventing children from reading at grade level. But it’s a challenge we can solve together.
RESEARCH BASED AND PROVEN IN
of students in A2i classrooms are able to read at, or above, grade level by the end of 3rd grade.
grade average reading rate.
13 years of rigorously tested research and development.
hours of classroom observation.
peer reviewed journals featuring A2i