2015 Student Research Conference:
28th Annual Student Research Conference

Reading: Standardized Tests and Classroom Data Alignment
Caroline C. Stamp♦
Dr. Wendy Miner, Faculty Mentor

This research addresses the question, How do standardized tests in reading align with classroom anecdotal data? The participants were six third-grade students. Each student took two standardized reading tests: the Scholastic Reading Inventory and the Independent Reading Assessment. Following each standardized test, the students completed a climate survey. In class, I observed reading log habits and collected engagement data. Each student participated in one-on-one reading conferences. Data has yet to be analyzed for this research. The researcher hopes to gain information regarding how a teacher can use standardized test data paired with classroom data to learn about students as readers.

Keywords: standardized tests, reading, classroom , engagement, Scholastic Reading Inventory, Independent Reading Assesment, conferences


Presentation Type: Oral Paper

Session: 108-1
Location: VH 1212
Time: 8:00

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