|Title:||Summer Reading Camp Self-study Guide|
|Description:||This guide is designed to facilitate self-studies of planning and implementation of state-required summer reading camp programs for grade 3 students who scored at the lowest level on the state reading assessment. It provides a template for data collection and guiding questions for discussion that may improve instruction and increase the number of students meeting the grade-level standard by the end of the summer reading camp.
The guide is composed of a scoring guide and consensus rating form. The scoring guide includes guiding questions and potential sources of evidence. After completion of the scoring guide, a facilitator will guide the self-study team through a consensus rating process to come to agreement on the current status of implementation in the district or school and planning for next steps. The content of the scoring guide is based on eight areas that research indicates are important for summer reading camp implementation: teacher effectiveness and qualifications; student selection and enrollment; instructional time; content and instruction; assessment selection and data use; mentoring and/or paraprofessional use; learning environment; and communication with administration, staff, and parents.
|Cover Date:||February 2015|
|Web Release:||February 12, 2015|
|Print Release:||February 12, 2015|
|Publication #:||REL 2015070
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|Authors:||Kevin G. Smith and Barbara R. Foorman: Florida Center for Reading Research At Florida State University|
|Type of Product:||Tools|
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