×
Discussion
I am thinking of applying for the Reading 180 position at a nearby school. What are your thoughts on its ease of use and set up for middle schoolers?

I am thinking of applying for the Reading 180 position at a nearby school. What are your thoughts on its ease of use and set up for middle schoolers?

Posted on: May 10 2018
Flag this discussion
Share:
1 Comments
  • AskDee

    If you are trained to be a READ 180 teacher, it is an easy move from one grade level to another. If you are not trained, I would ask the school to find you a training class to attend. You will need to become familiar with all the aspects of READ 180 and how to organize a READ 180 classroom with fidelity. You can email me directly at AskDee@sbcglobal.net for ideas on how to get started. Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

    Featured Discussions
    Tips for New READ 180 Teachers
    Think back to your first year teaching READ 180.  What is the one thing that you wish you knew then that you know now?
    Motivating Students on Software
    My students are in the early stages of System 44.  Most of them started at Series 1 and have worked their way into Series 3.  Over the course of time, some of them are…
    Assessment & Data
    Discussions from colleagues on using key implementation and student performance metrics to drive instruction.
    Classroom Instruction
    Discussions from colleagues on implementing clear organization for instruction and classroom activity, and maintaining student engagement.
    Professional Development
    Discussions from colleagues on fostering and sustaining best teaching practices in the reading intervention classroom.
    Special Education
    Discussions from colleagues on targeting the specific skill deficits and unique instructional needs of a Special Education student.
    Technology
    Discussions from colleagues on using the READ 180 technology components to provide intensive, individualized instruction.
    System 44
    Discussions from colleagues on maximizing System 44 instruction to help students master foundational reading skills.
    Prev
    Next