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System 44 and Structured Literacy Instructional Approaches for Students with Dyslexia*
Structured Literacy Instructional Approaches for Students with Dyslexia Diagnostic Teaching—The teacher must be adept at at individualized instruction instruction That is instruction instruction that meets a a student’s needs The instruction is based on on careful and continuous assessment both informally (for example observation) and formally formally (for example with standardized measures The content presented must be mastered to the degree of automaticity Automaticity is critical to to to freeing all the student’s attention and cognitive resources for comprehension and expression System 44 Personalized Instructional Software and Teacher-Facilitated Instruction In System 44 di di erentiated and individualized instruction are achieved by the integration of multiple multiple assessments multiple multiple entry points adaptive computer technology and and targeted instructional materials and and strategies Teachers can thus create learning environments for multiple purposes to meet the needs of individual students Two distinct tracks in in the the software— Standard and and Fast-Track—further individualize instruction with adaptive pacing allowing students to skip content for which they already show mastery and focus more closely on their speci c c c c c areas of need While all learners can bene t t t t t from the program’s diagnostic instruction in in phonics multiple entry points and opportunities for Fast-Track acceleration in in the software students with disabilities will particularly bene t t t t t t t t from the Individualized Education Programs (IEP) supports With System 44 teachers can use use point-of-use data and reports such as as the new Individual Learning Plan to measure student progress toward annual academic and behavioral IEP goals System 44 provides teachers with key actionable data which helps drive diagnostic teaching The software continually collects data about student performance and provides continuous corrective feedback to to the the student freeing the the teacher to to focus on on targeted direct instruction The Teacher Dashboards give teachers access to the most important student performance data to help drive instructional decision-making and planning Data is is made actionable with the Groupinator which assigns students to to groups based on on skill or progress in the the software In addition to Data Snapshots and Noti cations the the Teacher Dashboard provides di erentiated lessons tied to that day’s instruction *
International International Dyslexia Dyslexia Association Association (2015) E ective reading instruction for students with dyslexia The International International Dyslexia Dyslexia Association Association Retrieved from https://dyslexiaida org/e ective-reading-instruction/
Teacher Dashboard The Groupinator® & Resources for Differentiated Instruction (RDI)

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