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Title: Using DIBELS and IDEL when reading instruction is in Spanish


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Using DIBELS and IDEL when reading instruction is
in Spanish
Naomi Hupert, Simon Shulman Education Development
Center Liza Rael New Mexico Public Education
Department
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Comparison of IDEL and DIBELS data
  • As part of our work evaluating the New Mexico
    Reading First program, we looked at DIBELS and
    IDEL scores from Sept 2005 to April 2006 to see
    if students receiving some or all of reading
    instruction in Spanish were achieving similar
    results to those receiving instruction in English
  • We found that students receiving core reading
    instruction in Spanish, and taking the IDEL,
    showed greater gains than those receiving
    instruction in English and taking the DIBELS.

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Comparison of IDEL and DIBELS data
  • At the time, there were no Benchmark scores for
    IDEL, so we compared DIBELS Benchmark
    recommendations with IDEL low risk, some risk,
    high risk designations
  • We only compared first through third graders,
    because fewer subtests comprise those overall
    Benchmark scores

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Statewide IDEL and DIBELS Data First Grade
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Statewide IDEL and DIBELS Data Second Grade
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Statewide IDEL and DIBELS Data Third Grade
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Interesting Finding
The three schools identified as most successful
in five different categories that demonstrate
improved student reading as measured by DIBELS
all provide dual language programs for students.
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Site Visits to Dual Language Classrooms
  • We conducted observations in three dual language
    classrooms in two schools
  • Conducted interviews with three dual language
    teachers, two reading coaches and two principals
    in schools with dual language programs

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Recommendations Based on Site Visits
  • Focus on Oral Language Development
  • Use many of the instructional strategies proven
    effective with English readers
  • Use supplementary materials to augment core
    program
  • Emphasize parent involvement
  • Provide dual language-specific professional
    development
  • Recruit Spanish speaking resource teachers

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Thank you For more information about this
presentation please contact
  • Naomi Hupert (nhupert_at_edc.org)
  • Simon Shulman (sshulman _at_edc.org)
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