Evaluación del Desarrollo de la Lectura 2

  • Olivia A. Ruiz
  • Vivian M. Cuesta
For dual language, bilingual, and immersion classrooms, Evaluación del desarrollo de la lectura® 2 (EDL™2+) is a Spanish criterion-based, authentic benchmark/interim assessment for evaluating student reading level and reading behaviors in Kindergarten through Grade 6. EDL2+ determines independent or instructional levels on reading engagement, oral reading fluency, and reading comprehension. For struggling readers, EDL2+ helps create instructional groupings and informs instructional practice through progress monitoring and targeted skill-based interventions. The EDL™2+ is the most current version of the DRA in Spanish. See our Guidance on using this assessment remotely.
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EDL2+ Benchmarking Essentials with Paper Administration Live Webinar 3 Hours
A103000223185 Qualification Level A

Price includes up to 30 people per session. This 1-hour Q&A session supports participants who have attended a previous session or are familiar with the assessment. A Pearson expert will meet with participants to address follow-up questions and support specific assessment-related needs. To use the hour efficiently, participants may submit questions in advance. Q&A sessions do not include handouts or slides.  

Training orders will be processed within 5-7 business days of order placement. A training consultant will contact you to coordinate your training. Training dates are scheduled 4-6 weeks from order placement. 



Training details

Audience: This session is targeted for individuals who are new to EDL2+.

Course description: In this 3-hour session, participants will learn how to benchmark students, complete the continuum on the Teacher Observation Guide, and identify struggling and emerging readers. Participants will also learn how to organize student information and benchmark data.

Learning objectives: After attending this session, participants will be able to:

  • Use and score assessments with the EDL2+ scoring continuum and assessment tools
  • Identify a student’s independent reading level
  • Integrate the ‘Focus for Instruction’ into daily lesson planning
  • Locate student data to analyze for instructional decisions.