Helping At-Risk Students Meet Standards: A Synthesis of Evidence-Based Classroom Practices

NICHCY's Structured Abstract 6 describes the following: Title | Helping At-Risk Students Meet Standards: A Synthesis of Evidence-Based Classroom Practices Authors | Barley, Z., Lauer, P.A., Arens, S.A., Apthorp, H.S., Englert, K.S., Snow, D., & Akiba, M. Source | Mid-Continent Research for Education and Learning Year Published | 2002 Abstract Teachers need access to research-based practices that target children who are low performing … [Read more...]

How Effective Are One-to-One Tutoring Programs in Reading for Elementary Students at Risk for Reading Failure? A Meta-Analysis of the Intervention Research

NICHCY's Structured Abstract 3 describes the following: Title | How Effective Are One-to-One Tutoring Programs in Reading for Elementary Students at Risk for Reading Failure? A Meta-Analysis of the Intervention Research Authors | Elbaum, B., Vaughn, S., Hughes, M.T., & Moody, S.W. Source | Journal of Educational Psychology, 92(4), 605-619. Year Published | 2000 Abstract A meta-analysis of supplemental, adult-instructed, one-to-one … [Read more...]

How Reading Outcomes of Students with Disabilities Are Related to Instructional Grouping Formats: A Meta-Analytic Review

NICHCY's Structured Abstract 15 describes the following: Title | How Reading Outcomes of Students with Disabilities Are Related to Instructional Grouping Formats: A Meta-Analytic Review Authors | Elbaum, B., Vaughn , S., Hughes, M.T. , Moody, S.W., & Schumm , J.S. Source | In R. Gersten, E.P. Schiller, & S. Vaughn (Eds.), Contemporary special education research: Syntheses of the knowledge base on critical instruction issues (pp.105-135). … [Read more...]

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