Elementary School Teachers' Utilization of Grouping for Student Instruction in Reading
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The purpose of this study was to determine what types of grouping elementary school teachers utilized for reading instruction and teacher perceptions and attitudes toward the different types of grouping. Fifty-seven first through fifth grade general education teachers responded to a survey regarding the grouping of students for reading instruction. Three types of grouping patterns were discussed in the survey. The three types included whole group instruction, ability grouping, and flexible grouping. Resuits indicated that the majority of the teachers responding to the survey utilized whole group instruction in reading. Many utilized flexible grouping, while very few utilized ability grouping for the purpose of reading instruction.
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