Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Reading Recovery Program (Ohio State University); Reading teachers--Attitudes;
READING RECOVERY: The Teacher's Perspective presents a report of research that looks at Reading Recovery, an early intervention reading program for low-performing students, with the primary focus on the role the teacher plays. Data used was compiled from journal articles and personal interviews with three teachers randomly chosen from a Midwest school district. The basic questions were directed toward the teacher training, lack of professional input from the teachers in training, and the extensive paperwork required of the Reading Recovery teachers.
Results of the study indicated that teachers that are actively involved in the Reading Recovery program accept the program wholeheartedly and recognize its success rate. They do feel these issues are concerns regarding longevity in teaching the program but feel that with commitment and experience it can be managed.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Rick C. Traw
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©1998 Nancy A. Johnson
Johnson, Nancy A., "Reading Recovery : the teacher's perspective" (1998). Graduate Research Papers. 924.