Resource Teachers: Literacy Data Collection

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Data on students taught by Resource Teachers: Literacy (RT:Lits) and their precursors, the Resource Teachers of Reading (RTRs) have been collected and analysed each year since 1992. RT:Lits offer specialist assistance to primary and intermediate level school students (mostly six to twelve-year-olds) with moderate difficulties in reading and written literacy, and oral language. The data provide valuable information for commenting on these children and for policy makers in making sound decisions about the work and role of the Resource Teachers: Literacy.

Author(s): Research Division, Ministry of Education.

Date Published: Annually


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  • Resource Teachers: Literacy Annual Report 2013

    Resource Teachers of Literacy (RT:Lit) are specialist literacy teachers who support and assist staff and students in Years 1 to 8 who are experiencing difficulties with literacy learning. This report presents data on the students who received support from RT:Lit during 2013.

    Author(s): Research Division, Ministry of Education.

    Date Published: November 2014

  • Resource Teachers: Literacy Annual Report 2012

    Resource Teachers of Literacy (RT:Lit) are specialist literacy teachers who support and assist staff and students in Years 1 to 8 who are experiencing difficulties with literacy learning. This report presents data on the students who received support from RT:Lit during 2012.

    Author(s): Saila Cowles, Research Division, Ministry of Education.

    Date Published: January 2014

  • Resource Teachers: Literacy Annual Report 2011

    Resource Teachers of Literacy (RT:Lit) are specialist literacy teachers who support and assist staff and students in Years 1 to 8 who are experiencing difficulties with literacy learning. This report presents data on the students who received support from RT:Lit during 2011.

    Author(s): Megan Lee, Research Division, Ministry of Education.

    Date Published: October 2012

  • Resource Teachers: Literacy Annual Report 2010

    Resource Teachers of Literacy (RT:Lit) are specialist literacy teachers who support and assist staff and students in Years 1 to 8 who are experiencing difficulties with literacy learning. This report presents data on the students who received support from RT:Lit during 2010.

    Author(s): Megan Lee, Research Division

    Date Published: April 2012

  • Resource Teachers: Literacy Annual Report 2009

    This report represents the first full year of reporting using a new reporting form introduced in Term 4 of 2008. The introduction of this form means that not all the results for 2009 are directly comparable with those presented in previous years.

    Author(s): Paula Pope

    Date Published: May 2011

  • Resource Teachers: Literacy Annual Report 2008

    This report presents data on students who received support from Resource Teachers: Literacy (RT:Lit) during 2008. A new reporting form designed to improve the quality of data used to report students’ literacy gains as a result of the intervention was introduced in Term 4 of 2008. As a result, some of the results for 2008 are not directly comparable with those presented in previous years.

    Author(s): Megan Lee

    Date Published: April 2010

  • Resource Teachers: Literacy Annual Report 2007

    This report presents data on students who received support from Resource Teachers: Literacy (RT:Lits) during 2007. In general, the results for 2007 were consistent with the trends observed in previous years.

    Author(s): Megan Lee, Research Division [Ministry of Education]

    Date Published: May 2009

  • Resource Teachers: Literacy Annual Report 2006

    This report presents the 2006 data on students who were on the roll of a Resource Teacher: Literacy (RT:Lit) to receive literacy support.

    Author(s): Lisa Ng

    Date Published: January 2008

  • Resource Teachers: Literacy Annual Report 2005

    This report presents information on students who, during 2005, were on the roll of a Resource Teacher: Literacy (RT:Lit) to receive literacy support.

    Author(s): Ngaire Bennie & Lisa Ng

    Date Published: January 2008

  • Resource Teachers: Literacy Annual Report 2004

    Resource Teachers: Literacy (RT:Lits) are a specialist group of registered teachers who work with students in years 1 to 8 who are experiencing literacy difficulties. RT:Lits also provide support (for example, advice, modeling and demonstration) to teachers, parents and teacher aides connected with these students. The following report summarises the data for 2004.

    Author(s): Chris Holland

    Date Published: July 2006

  • Resource Teachers: Literacy Data Collection 2003

    Resource Teachers: Literacy (RT:Lits) are a specialist group of registered teachers who work with students in years 1 to 8 who are experiencing literacy difficulties. RT:Lits also provide support (for example, advice, modelling and demonstration) to teachers, parents and teacher aides connected with these students. The following report summarises the data for 2003.

    Author(s): S. McGough and N. Bennie

    Date Published: 2004

  • Resource Teachers: Literacy Data Collection 2002

    Resource Teachers: Literacy (RT:Lits) are a specialist group of registered teachers who work with students in years 1 to 8 who are experiencing literacy difficulties. RT:Lits also provide support (for example, advice, modeling and demonstration) to teachers, parents and teacher aides connected with these students. The following report summarises the data for 2002.

    Author(s): Vijayantimala Anand, Ngaire Bennie and Sharon Dewar

    Date Published: November 2003

  • Resource Teachers: Literacy Data Collection 2001

    Resource Teachers: Literacy (RT:Lits) are a specialist group of registered teachers who work with students in years 1 to 8 who are experiencing literacy difficulties. RT:Lits also provide support (for example, advice, modelling and demonstration) to teachers, parents and teacher aides connected with these students. The following report summarises the data for 2001.

    Author(s): Robert Cosgrave, Ngaire Bennie and Jacquie Kerslake

    Date Published: December 2002

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