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Using Brief Experimental Analysis to Identify Effective Early Reading Interventions
The National Center for Educational Statistics in 2015 found that only thirty-six percent of fourth-grade and thirty-four percent of eighth-grade students performed at or above the proficient level in reading. These students ...
Increasing Oral Reading Fluency: An Examination of a Small Group Reading Intervention
Research comparing one-on-one and small group reading fluency interventions suggests that both types of intervention may result in similar improvements in students' reading fluency (Vaughn et al., 2003; NICHD, 2000; Begeny ...
Cooperate, Read, Repeat: Maximizing Resources and Student Potential in Intervention
70% of fourth grade students in the United States are either at, or below the basic proficiency (NAEP, 2011). As support in the research literature for early intervention to prevent such outcomes continues burgeoning, it ...
Impact of High Versus Low Preference Rewards on Oral Reading Fluency
Preference assessments have been used to identify preferred items that increase the effectiveness of a reinforcer. Informal preference assessments are most often utilized when an individual can verbally identify their most ...