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Informing Reading Instruction with Istation Reports

With the range of Istation Reading reporting options, we find different angles to look at the ongoing growth of students. Reports in combination create a powerful kaleidoscope picture, and using this wealth of data to inform reading instruction lifts students' performance to higher levels. An overview of Istation reporting options during October 2013 at Walnut Bend ES involved the 3 reports that are essential to using Istation effectively-- the ISIP Summary Report, Priority Needs Report, and Student Summary. Taking data analysis further, teachers  also looked at how to incorporate and analyze the Skill Growth, Tier Movement and Distribution Reports. Each of these report options provides an informative and encouraging look at the literacy development of readers occurring over the weeks and months of the year.

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