The Effectiveness of Three Kindergarten Predictors For First-Grade Achievement

Glazzard, Margaret
February 1977
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Feb1977, Vol. 10 Issue 2
Academic Journal
Compares predictive efficiency of teacher ratings with reading readiness and reading achievement tests using reading achievement at the completion of first grade as the criterion. Prediction of potential learning problems; Teacher's observation of a child's approach to learning; Analysis of classroom behavior.


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