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Master of Education in Teaching and Learning
Academic growth of all students should be the focus of education. The Measurement of Academic Progress (MAP) assessment measures academic growth and aligns to state standards. The purpose of this study was to understand students’ perceptions of themselves as readers. Another purpose of this study was to determine if there was a relationship between reader self perceptions and their MAP reading scores. Student data was collected through individual interviews, student surveys, and MAP reading assessment scores. The major themes developed from the data were reading preferences, perceptions of reading assessment, reading at school, reading at home, and reading progress perceptions. In addition, the quantitative data derived from Lexile reading levels and student surveys are visually represented by bar graphs and scatter plots. Specifically, the findings include a section focused primarily on the possible relationship between reader self-perceptions and their MAP reading scores.
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Browne, Acacia, "Reader Self-Perceptions and MAP Reading Scores: Is There A Relationship?" (2020). Masters of Education in Teaching and Learning. 36.