Response to Intervention / Multi-Tiered System of Supports

   

FAIR

The Florida Assessments for Instruction in Reading provides teachers screening, diagnostic, and progress monitoring information that is essential to guiding instruction.

Fair is:

A K-2 assessment system administered to individual students 3 times a year, with electronic scoring, Adobe AIR version, and Progress Monitoring and Reporting Network (PMRN) reports linked to instructional resources.
A 3-12 computer-based system where students take the assessments 3 times a year. Several tasks are adaptive. PMRN reports are available, linked to instructional resources. An electronic toolkit is available for downloading.
FAIR assesses students on each of the critical elements and skills that are known to lead to success in reading. These are skills that can be assessed, and the data generated guides instruction across all RtI tiers. Instead of assessment and instruction functioning as two different aspects of learning, with the FAIR, both are brought together with teacher-friendly and technology-enhanced tools.
 
FAIR Progress Monitoring Tools
Kindergarten: TDI-OPM
1st Grade: TDI-ORF OPM
2nd Grade: TDI-OPM
Oral Reading Fluency Grades 1-5
Phonics Screening Inventory
Scaffolded Discussion Templates
Please click here to view the Guidance Document Using FAIR
Target/Expectations Guidance Document
Please click here to visit the Florida Center for Reading Research (FCRR)
 
New Leveled Probes for OPM
   FAIR ORF Explanation
Equating table grade 1
Equating table grade 2
Equating table grade 3
Equating table grade 4
Equating table grade 5
   Scaffolded Discussion templates
Equated fluency table grade 3
Equated fluency table grade 4
Equated fluency table grade 5
Equated fluency table grade 6
Equated fluency table grade 7
Equated fluency table grade 8
Equated fluency table grade 9
Equated fluency table grade 10
 

 

 

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