OCONEE REGIONAL EDUCATIONAL SERVICE AGENCY
Serving the counties of Baldwin, Hancock, Johnson, Putnam, Washington & Wilkinson



Reading Endorsement Course III Literacy Assessment/Intervention Models: Foundations and Applications of Differentiated Instruction (PL2021-78)
Hours: 50.00 / Tuition: $350 / Non Oconee RESA Fee: $700.00
Status: ADMIN / Maximum Size: 30
Instructor: Oconee RESA Staff
Date: 3/7/2022 thru 5/16/2022 Time: 12:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: - Virtual Tennille, GA (Click for Driving Directions)
Registration Deadline: 9/12/2021



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Course Description
 

Course III: Literacy Assessment and Intervention Models: 

Foundations and Applications of Differentiated Instruction  

 

In this course, candidates will learn and understand how to select and administer appropriate assessments using data from multiple sources to include informal reading inventories, running records, writing samples, and performance tasks, to inform their planning of reading instruction to meet the needs of all students. Systemic problem solving will involve the use of a tiered instructional framework model for instructional assessment and ongoing student support to include screening, diagnosis, and progress monitoring. Candidates will learn how to deliver evidence-based instruction focused on identified student weakness. Through high quality, differentiated and evidence-based instructional approaches, candidates will scaffold learning carefully with a rigorous and challenging learning environment to meet students at their identified level of performance and rate of progress as leveraged with Lexile measures, IEP goals, objectives and learning targets.   On completion of this course, candidates should be able to:

=Recognize the purposes and uses of formative and summative assessments and multiple informal assessment types to include reading inventories, informal assessments, and analyzing writing samples.

= Match readers to text and use data to scaffold strategy for text complexity. Analyze and apply various measurement concepts to the characteristics of reading assessments to include test reliability, validity, and derived scores from standardized tests. 

=Apply ongoing progress monitoring effectively in order to deliver effective and timely interventions for   students using effective assessment procedures. 

= Use data as a systemic problem-solving process to differentiate instruction, intensify instruction, and apply intervention methods to meet the needs of all students using scientifically based instructional strategies and techniques. 

= Identify appropriate criteria for selection of materials to include in student portfolios for ongoing progress monitoring and implementation of curriculum with content geared toward meeting the instructional needs of Tiers II and III students (RTI) using effective tiered intervention strategies.

=Provide assessment accommodations for English-language learners and students with special needs.

= Assessment of noncognitive aspects of reading, such as motivation, engagement, self-concept, and self-efficacy.

=Use assessment data to plan and implement appropriate and allowable accommodations as determined by the student’s IEP, RTI, or 504 Plan/MTSS.

 

     Target Audience
Classroom Teachers 
District Administration
Instructional Facilitators/Coaches
School Level-Administration 


Class Notes

 


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Registration Policy
Registration for courses must be received prior to the registration deadline. Your registration status will remain pending until we have received approval from your system Professional Learning Coordinator and registration fee. The registration fee must be submitted immediately. 

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Oconee RESA 
206 South Main Street
Tennille, GA 31089

Withdrawal/Cancellation Policy
Notification of cancellation for any course must be received prior to the registration deadline. Registration fees are refundable only if cancellation is received before the registration deadline. Withdrawals/Cancellations received after the registration deadline will not be accepted and fees will not be refundable. 







CONTACT US

206 South Main Street
Tennille, Georgia 31089

Phone: 478-552-5178

     Dr. Hayward Cordy
     Executive Director
Main Office Fax:
478-552-6499

Business Office Fax:
478-552-0446

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