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Doing a READ 180: Reading Success with Technology for All Learners. READTECH What is it?. 90-minute class periods reduced class size students engaging in daily instructional reading students engaging in daily modeled or independent reading practice

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READTECH What is it? Learners

  • 90-minute class periods

  • reduced class size

  • students engaging in daily instructional reading

  • students engaging in daily modeled or independent reading practice

  • students receiving daily individual or small-group teacher instruction


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Demonstration Learners

  • READ 180

  • Demonstration disk available from Scholastic.com


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READ 180 - A Pilot Study Learners

  • Eleven Students - Experimental

  • Eleven Students - Control

    • Characteristics

      • Bi-Polar

      • Psychotic Behavior

      • ODD

      • Intermittent explosive behavior

      • ADHD with psychotic episodes

      • A-typical autism


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Pilot Study Learners

  • Two classes began the program in October 2001. The control class could not sustain the intervention and the teacher returned to traditional reading instruction (teacher directed) after the first week. The experimental group continued with the READ 180 program as well as an adapted behavior management program.


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1. Pre-Primer - Pre-Primer Learners

2. Pre-Primer - Pre-Primer

3. Pre-Primer - Pre-Primer

4. Lexile 400 - Lexile 450

5. Lexile 135 - Lexile 200

6. Lexile 865 - Lexile 900

7. Lexile 700 - Lexile 700

8. Lexile 825 - Lexile 900

9. Lexile 600 - Lexile 700

10. Lexile 500 - Lexile 625

11. Lexile 865 - Lexile 745

Control Group Outcomes


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1. Pre-primer - Lexile 135 Learners

2. Pre-primer - Lexile 520

3. Lexile 865 - Lexile 1121

4. Lexile 827 - Lexile 1610

5. Lexile 723 - Lexile 1121

6. Lexile 410 - Lexile 685

7. Lexile 600 - Lexile 935

8. Lexile 300 - Lexile 600

9. Lexile 750 - Lexile 1020

10. Lexile 280 - Lexile 565

11. Pre-primer - 210

Experimental Group Outcomes


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Practical Outcomes Learners

  • 799 pages - 26 books

  • 715 pages 30 books

  • 979 pages - 12 books

  • 822 pages - 7 books

  • 919 pages - 14 books


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Additional Outcomes - Experimental Learners

  • Student motivation

    • Behavior modification

    • Interest in re-testing

    • Interest in outside reading

    • Re-integration back to the general curriculum classroom

    • Reduced incidents of explosive behavior

  • Teacher

    • Technology Interest

    • Increased expectations

    • Behavior modification


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Next Steps Learners

  • Currently collecting data on special and general education teachers across three schools.

  • Integrated a technology survey and observation to understand technology implications.

  • Plan to bring three additional schools online in the next 6-8 months.

  • Developing an technology-based support environment (online) to assist teachers in integrating READ 180.


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The Problem? Learners

  • How to support teachers after initial training?

  • How to connect them with rich resources?

  • How to share ‘best practices’ and other success stories?

  • How to respond to Teacher concerns…

    • What can I expect?

    • Why am I doing this?

    • How do I organize all this?


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The Solution: Learners

  • Enhance Training Model

    • Currently - Minimum 2 day training.

    • Proposed - Online supplement to READ 180 training.



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