Full course description
This course provides an overview of how to administer and interpret literacy assessments for beginning readers to inform instruction and aid early identification of children falling behind. Domains covered: vocabulary, fluency, concepts about print, phonemic awareness, word recognition, and oral reading. Videos will be made available. Learn at your own pace. It's recommended that you find a 6-9 year old to practice with during the course to assure best outcomes for your learning during the course.
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Make decisions about which assessments to use according to the what you want to know about your young students.
- Administer and interpret assessments for word recognition, fluency, phrasing, informal reading inventories, concepts about print, phonological awareness, and a reading attitude survey.
June 21* - July 30
*Course has rolling enrollment, begin any day after June 21 and finish the course at your own pace prior to July 30.
Required Live Sessions:
None; this course is fully asynchronous.
Dr. Emily Rodgers
Summer Institute Course Theme
The recommended browser for taking this course is Google Chrome or Firefox
If you have registration questions or experience issues with this course, please submit a request for support through our EHE Scarlet Support Request Form. Make sure to include the full name of the course and the email address you used to register your account in Scarlet.