Elementary Reading Market: Teaching Methods, Traditional and Digital Materials Used and Needed, and Market Size

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Rockville, MD (PRWEB) January 08, 2014

Elementary Reading Market: Teaching Methods, Traditional and Digital Materials Used and Needed, and Market Size

In order to provide objective, research-based information on current trends in the elementary Reading market segment, EMR designed a detailed market survey, and then mailed it [in October 2013] to 22,000 Classroom teachers (grades K-5/6), Reading teachers (grades K-8/9), English/Language Arts teachers (K-8/9), and district Curriculum Supervisors.

Issues to be investigated in the course of this study included the following: Current trends in the elementary Reading market segment, in terms of preferred instructional strategies, and materials most frequently used; Which textbooks and other core and supplemental materials are used most often at different grade levels, and how they are perceived by teachers; Progress towards implementation of the new Common Core standards and related assessments; Market gaps which exist for Common Core aligned curriculum materials in the English/Language Arts areas of literature, informational text, phonics & word recognition, fluency, writing, speaking & listening, and language; Resources, decision makers, spending plans, and selection criteria related to Response to Intervention (RTI); Percent of class time spent using digital tools and/or digital content; Reading-related web sites used or recommended for student use and/or for teacher resources; The level of discretionary funds spent on trade books, workbooks, software, and other nontextbook materials.

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Venerable education industry analyst firms Simba Information and Education Market Research (EMR) team up for a series of reports that analyze the U.S. K-12 school market in all of it facets – textbooks, supplemental materials, computer hardware, software, video, online – and in each of its grade levels and major curriculum areas.

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Elementary Reading Market: Teaching Methods, Traditional and Digital Materials Used and Needed, and Market Size - Table of Contents:

TABLE OF CONTENTS

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

INTRODUCTION

METHOD

ANALYSIS OF RESULTS

    Response Rates And Demographics Of Survey Sample

    The Current Role Of The Core/Basal Reading Textbook

    Age Of Currently Adopted Programs

    Satisfaction With Currently Adopted Reading Programs

    Trends In Core Reading Series Usage

    Reading Textbooks Currently Adopted

    Suggested Improvements To Currently Adopted Reading Programs

    Alternatives To The Core Reading Series

    Curriculum Materials Needed To Address The Common Core Objectives

    Reading Assessment Practices

    Reported Progress Implementing The New Common Core Standards And Assessments

    Leading Common Core Providers: Curriculum Materials And Professional Development

    Leveling Systems

    Response To Intervention (RTI)

    The Shift To Digital In The Reading Market Segment

    Most Popular Reading-Related Web Sites For Student And Teacher Use

    Expenditures For Reading Instructional Materials/Market Size

    Adoption And Open Territory States: Comparison Of Reading Program Patterns

SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS


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