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Oct 12

REL Southeast Event: Foundational Skills to Support Reading for Understanding in Kindergarten through Grade 3 and Evaluating Reading/Language Arts Instructional Materials for Grades K-5
The goals for this workshop are to (a) review academic language skills; (b) review recommendations from the IES practice guide titled Foundational Skills to Support Reading for Understanding in Kindergarten Through 3rd Grade that are appropriate for students in grades K-3; (c) discuss potential obstacles... » more info

Correlational Studies
This infographic addresses the many forms of correlational studies and how they look at the association or relationship between factors of interest. ... » more info

Quasi-Experimental Designs: Observing Moderate Evidence
This infographic addresses quasi-experimental designs, the limits associated with nonrandom assignment, and the importance of baseline equivalence. ... » more info

Experimental Studies: Observing Strong Evidence
This infographic describes experimental studies and addresses causality and causal inference, random assignment, and risks from attrition. ... » more info

Personalization and Online Learning
The South Carolina Department of Education has developed a new personalized learning framework. Districts across South Carolina are using this framework as they explore, plan, and implement high quality systems for personalized learning. ... » more info

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