2 edition of evaluation of the Institute for Reading Program Development found in the catalog.
evaluation of the Institute for Reading Program Development
Institute for Reading Program Development
in [Knoxville, Tenn
Written in English
A cooperative program sponsored jointly by Miami University, Clermont Northeastern Local School System, the Talawanda Local School System
|Statement||Submitted to William M. Gordon, Director, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, by Hughes Associates, Knoxville, Tenn. Oct. 1, 1976|
|Contributions||Gordon, William M, Hughes Associates (Knoxville, Tenn.), Miami University (Oxford, Ohio). School of Education, Clermont Northeastern Local School District (Clermont County, Ohio), Talawanda Local School District (Butler County, Ohio)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27  l.,|
|Number of Pages||27|
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Back on Track Reading Lessons program includes evaluation tools and instructions on adapting the reading instruction to meet your student’s individual needs. Donna Celano and Susan B. Neuman, The Role of Public Libraries in Children’s Literacy Development: An Evaluation Report (Harrisburg, Pa.: Pennsylvania Library Association, Evaluation and Training Institute, ); Evaluation of the Public Library Summer Reading Program: Books and Beyond Take Me to Your Reader.
(shelved 1 time as institute-of-reading-development) avg rating — 40, ratings — published Want to Read evaluation of the Institute for Reading Program Development book. An Efficacy Follow-Up Study of the Long-Term Effects of Reading Recovery Under the i3 Scale-Up August 1, – J Funder: Institute of Education Sciences, US Department of Education Reading Recovery is a fully developed early literacy program that includes to week cycles of daily one-to-one lessons provided by a specially trained teacher.
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My understanding is that this is a free book given out to students who complete a for-profit reading program. While that sounds slightly suspicious, it really reads as an excellent updating of a few classic books combined. It seems like a combination of Clifton Fadiman's Lifetime Reading Plan with Frederic Raphael & Kenneth McLeish's List of Books/5(4).
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Bloom MDRC Ma This paper was written for the U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences. The author thanks Tracy Rimdzius, Jim Kemple, Beth Gamse, and Larry Bernstein for their helpful feedback on an earlier draft plus Corrine Herlihy and Judy. The evaluation questions are being addressed by an experimental design in which 89 schools within ten districts were randomly assigned to one of four competitively-selected reading comprehension programs or to a control group using the usual school reading program.
The type of instruction needed for most students to be successful with content area reading and writing changes drastically in middle and high school. Content literacy instruction is needed for students to meet the reading, vocabulary, critical thinking, and writing demands they face.
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