ED*402: Field Study IV
Learning Artifact: Running Record Analysis
About the Learning Artifact
Like my previous field study seminar, in this one, we discussed and reflected upon our experiences from our time spent observing in an urban school setting. Now that we have had more experience with lesson planning and differentiating for students, we were asked to not only perform Fountas & Pinnell running records with our students, but also analyze them for miscues and what students need to work on in regards to their fluency.
I chose my running record analysis as my learning artifact to display because it shows my knowledge of what fluency is, how to properly use a running record and read miscues, and how to score students accordingly to determine their independent, instructional, and frustration reading levels. These are critical skill for teachers to possess since this is the most common tool used to differentiate students' book choices and to track their fluency growth over time. This learning artifact can be found below.