Project MORE Guidance Document: How Project MORE Aligns to Ohio Department of Education Initiatives
January 29, 2013
September 1, 2012
Running records are designed to assess a child’s reading accuracy and error types while reading a leveled book. There are 27 leveled readers spanning levels aa through Z. Running record assessments are the most difficult assessments to do and are best performed after having ample training and practice. Retelling rubrics are provided for assessing student understanding of books read. One rubric is designed for fiction books, and the other is for nonfiction books.
Under this is a Benchmark Book and a running record to use for all levels aa-Z.
Also, you can use the High Frequency Words and Graph to show vocabulary improvement.
The High Frequency Word Cards can be found under Assessments. The High Frequency Graph is found at www.ohioprojectmore.org Remember to use that search box.
If you also have a license to www.readinga-z.com, you can
Click on Vocabulary tab at the top of the home page
On the left side, Click on Flashcards
These are 220 most commonly used words.
Students reading at a 1.5 grade level=Level F and Levels above are also monitored using one minute Fluency Passage testings on each book 3 times by a Mentor (Cold, Warm and Hot Timed Reads). There are also Comprehension Checks to track a student’s comprehension progress.
August 15, 2012
“On Your Own” is on the iPad! Download our FREE Learning A-Z app and your students can access the “On Your Own” area right from any iPad. All their activity will be recorded in their Raz-Kids student activity reports. To access the “On Your Own” app you will need to have a subscription to both Reading A-Z and Raz-Kids.
“On Your Own” is also on Android! Download our FREE Learning A-Z app and your students can access the “On Your Own” area right from any Android device*. All their activity will be recorded in their Raz-Kids student activity reports.
* Requires Android version 2.2 and higher. Example devices include the Samsung Galaxy Tab, Google Nexus 7 and Amazon Kindle Fire.
June 7, 2012
Thank you Laura for these wonderful videos!!
Many Coordinators have requested these.
May 15, 2012
1. P M Organization: Tips for 1st Year & Veteran Schools
Wheelersburg Local Wheelersburg Rm 201
2. P M Organization: Tips for 1st Year & Veteran Schools
Worthington City J & S Worthington Rm 201
3. Beyond the Box: Organizing & Expanding Student Data
Tri County North Tri County North Rm 201 #2 Updated
4. Ideas to Expand Project MORE, Manage Materials, and Stay Organized
Fairlawn Local Fairlawn Rm 201
1 & 2. How to Make AYP for your Students with Disabilities: One Outstanding Project MORE School Shares Its Success
North Union Local North Union,
3. Project MORE & Granby’s Response to Intervention (RtI) Model
1. Introduction to Project MORE 101
2. Beyond K-4: How One School Helps Their Middle School Students with Disabilities Succeed
Gahanna Jefferson/East GJMiddle Brad Barboza Room 207
3. Using Project MORE for High School Credit and High School Intervention
4. How to Make Project MORE Work for Students with Low Incidence Disabilities: Emotional Disturbance, Autism, etc.
1 & 2. New Multi-Sessions Packets/What’s New at www.Reading-tutors.com/ Common Core/ iPads
3. Free & Low Cost Tools that You Can Use to Measure Student Progress
4. Bringing Project MORE to Your Neighborhood- Establishing the Urgency and Buy In