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MAP Reading Fluency

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  1. Please provide graphs for domain scores across different terms. It's too difficult to toggle between terms to look at data.

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  2. Partners in the Southern Hemisphere are willing to use MAP Reading Fluency but are presented with the challenge of looking at students' data since their school year's start within our spring term. As an example, students begin the school year in March but are measured against end of year expectations versus beginning of year expectations.

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  3. Some of my students are only approaching expectations yet their percentiles are high. For example, one student is only labeled as approaching expectations but scored 79th percentile for phonics. That would make sense for a benchmark but not for a percentile. You either need to make adjustments to your categories or explain in a video the reasoning. The only mathematical logic I can think of is if the entire nation's norms are just that skewed due to low literacy skills.

    These numbers and results are important for making decisions and talking about risk with parents.

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  4. There needs to be an indication on the main page of grade level/classroom lists that a reading test needs to be reviewed so we do not have to click on each student to see which tests we need to listen to.

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  5. Could you please add percentiles to this graph?

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  6. We have been using MAP Growth as our universal screener for more than 10 years. As a school psychologist, we regularly use the data MAP Growth gives us, mostly at the school and individual level. One of the reports we use most often is the Student Progress Report. The longitudinal data we get from that report is an integral and invaluable part of our student assessments, whether it be developing a reading intervention plan or conducting a psychoeducational assessment. The report makes it easy to see trends, both positive and negative, over time and it is easy to explain to…

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  7. There is no way this score is correct. The child didn't even read 33 words, yet has a score of 33 wcpm.

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  8. Please put test details in order of how the student took them

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  9. Provide a reading conversion chart to compare your Lexiles to Jan Richardson reading levels.

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  10. add percentage of accuracy next to sentence fluency so we know how close student was to thresh hold.

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  11. graph accuracy and comprehension data from progress monitoring

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  12. We don't serve all students that we have data for; we need a way to only see the data for the handful of students we serve. This would be great!!

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  13. We don't service every student in our school. Can there be a way to group just the students we work with in intervention?

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  14. Hi there! Our school has multi-grade classes. It would be super helpful if there was a way to view homeroom reports as a multi-grade class and not have to toggle between the 3 grades we teach. Thank you!

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  15. Do we not have a parent report for Foundations at all? How do I get this data to parents without making my own individually report for each student?

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  16. Is there a way to for us to cut audio to adjust wpm if the student did not start reading right away or if they do not hit done right away?

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  17. It would be amazing if a trend line would automatically populate :)

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  18. Is it possible to see the system errors scored? It does not appear and would make it great feedback to teachers.

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  19. It would be much more beneficial for teachers to see a percentile in progress monitoring instead of the domain score.

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  20. I cannot physically find on any report the exact date each student is tested on benchmark. I know there is a fall score and a winter score, but I don't know the day or month... We had a teacher accidentally test her kids in December. Your winter window was open, but our district window was not. So, technically they all had to retest to adhere to district guidelines.

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