Reading, Relgion, and Time

The Reading Instruction Show by Dr. Andy Johnson

Episode notes

There are five kinds of time in a reading class.

Allocated time.  There is the amount of time allocated for instruction.   

Off-task time (OTT).   There is OTT when students are doing things unrelated to the lesson or learning objective. 

TOT.  There is also time on task (TOT), where students are actively engaged in learning activities. 

AET.  There is Academic Engagement Time (AET). This is the time when students are cognitively and behaviorally on-task or engaged in learning activities that are within their zone of proximal development. 

Flow state time.  Here the student is completely absorbed, focused on a single task or activity.  They are directing all their attention ... 

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