The 2011 Nation’s Report Card™ indicates that reading scores are flat for fourth grade students—in fact, they are virtually unchanged since 2009—even despite an uptick in language arts classroom instructional time in schools across the country.
Join Marygrove College’s MAT Master Alum, Christina Bainbridge and Academic Director, Dr. Diane S. Brown as they answer the question: What more can teachers do to improve reading fluency?
Research shows that when students are in control of their own learning goals, powerful things can happen.
We'll examine D.I.B.E.L.S.: Does It Benefit Early Learners to Set Goals?
Christina Bainbridge, who earned her Marygrove Master in the Art of Teaching degree in 2009, relates how her own research-based aid to reading intervention for at-risk students works wonders for early learners. Grab a pencil, as Christina guides you, step-by-step, on achieving reading mastery for even the most hard-to-reach students.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
Also hear from Marygrove MAT Academic Director Dr. Diane Brown as she answers your questions about earning an online degree, and shows you why your participation in Marygrove’s MAT program will have a significant impact on the lives of your students.
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