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Next, the results of this research will provide needed information on how the Accelerated Reader program can be implemented across grade levels and gender, as previous research has revealed differing motivations between males and females (Vallerand, Pelletier, Blais, Briere, Senecal, & Vallieres, 1992).
Neal Communities contributed $2,800 specifically to purchase the site license for the Accelerated Reader program.
Miraculously, she said, her computer hard drive didn't die, so she kept her record of library books, student progress on the Accelerated Reader Program and other important information.
Imposters in Whole Language Clothing: Undressing the Accelerated Reader Program.
Renaissance Learning's Accelerated Reader program was used to improve test scores, he says.
A school wish list includes improving technology, buying materials for the accelerated reader program, a digital camera, playground equipment, CD and cassette players, keeping the computer lab and library open during the evening, providing after-school tutoring, and pay for teachers attending conferences.
Smart Boards are large, interactive whiteboards linked to computers and projectors; * Internet access to sites like Google[TM] Earth, which recently allowed a student who moved from Africa to show his former neighborhood and house to his new class at Golden Oak; and * The accelerated reader program that permits comprehension testing within 48 hours of reading a book, providing for a quicker assessment of reading levels among students.
LONDON, June 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Whilst the 'English at the Crossroads' Ofsted report blames "no better than satisfactory" standards of English teaching for the slow rate of improvement in primary and secondary schools, it fails to acknowledge the significant success achieved by the many using Renaissance Learning's Accelerated Reader program.