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Self Perception in Tier 3 Interventions

Published on Jul 23, 2016

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Self Perception in Tier 3 Reading Intervention

Driving Question

  • What impact does attitude and self-perception have on reading achievement for students in Tier 3 Intervention?

"If you think you can catch the bus, you will run for it."- Lee Peng Yee

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  • Students in long term reading intervention can develop a fixed mind-set and don't try to "catch the bus".
  • 5th grade students are not reaching grade level proficiency quickly enough
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Quantitative Data Research Findings:
For most students, as their reading scores improve, so does their self-perception.

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Qualitative Data Trends:

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  • Students in intensive interventions need more frequent feedback from teachers to ensure their self-perception is in alignment with their reading abilities.
  • More frequent opportunities for self-reflection (metacognition) so they can connect their effort and level of preparedness with lexile reading levels.