A comparison of two methods of administering group reading inventories to diverse learners

The study examined the information gained from two methods of administering group reading inventories, a computer versus a traditional paper-and-pencil approach. These reading inventories were given to place learners in one of three instructional groups: teacher directed, dyadic, or independent. Has implications for the differentiation of instruction.

Author: 
Horton, S.V., & Lovitt, T.C.
Year: 
1994
Source: 
Remedial & Special Education, Vol. 15, 378-391.
Type: 
Related Research
Content Area: 
reading
Grade Level: 
birth to preschool
early elementary
intermediate elementary
middle school
IDEA Disability Category: 
autism
emotional disturbance
major-other health impairment
specific learning disability
speech or language impairment
Instructional Support: 
multiple formats of text and notation