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Professional Development Resources to Strengthen Early Literacy Outcomes The Reading Recovery Council of North America is pleased to partner with the U.S. Department of Education to offer professional development resources and activities to strengthen early literacy outcomes with students nationwide. All resources are offered at no charge. This project is supportive of the Department of Education's priorities, including promoting innovation and excellence in America's schools, improving professional development and mentoring for teachers, focusing on the lowest-performing students and schools, and providing solutions to close the achievement gap. Welcome to Reading Recovery initiative in partnership with the U.S. Department of Education Welcome to Reading Recovery initiative in partnership with the U.S. Department of Education
Reading for a Running Record
Cuing systems are the self-extending systems students use to act upon text in order to make sense of it. These systems may be used independently or in conjunction with one another. When you administer running records, you can analyze cuing systems for both errors and self-corrections. What can be confusing when thinking about cuing systems in terms of errors and error analysis is that a teacher must think about what methods the student is using that are positively helping him or her to navigate the text. A teacher should ask, “What is working for this child in this case?” Cuing systems: Analyzing reading behaviors - Running records - Ongoing assessment for reading Cuing systems: Analyzing reading behaviors - Running records - Ongoing assessment for reading
running records 12: caroline age 7yrs 2 mths reading