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26 Using Precision Teaching with Direct Instruction in a Summer School Program Kubina Jr., R. M.; Commons, M. L.; Heckard, B. 2009 Project Follow Through
27 Effects of Direct Instruction on the reading comprehension of students with autism and developmental disabilities Flores, M.; Ganz, J. 2009 Project Follow Through
28 Examining the core: Relations among reading curricula, poverty, and first through third grade reading achievement Crowe, E.C.; Connor, C.M.; Petscher, Y. 2009 Project Follow Through
29 Teaching word recognition to young children who are at risk using Microsoft PowerPoint coupled with Direct Instruction Parette, H.; Blum, C.; Boeckmann, N.; Watts, E. 2009 Project Follow Through
30 Promoting Early Literacy of Preschool Children: A Study of the Effectiveness of Funnix Beginning Reading Stockard, J. 2009 Project Follow Through
31 Effects of peer-mediated Direct Instruction and repeated reading on the reading skills of incarcerated juveniles with disabilities Yawn, C. D. 2008 Project Follow Through
32 Corrective Reading helps English-Language learners improve reading skills SRA/McGraw-Hill, 2008 Project Follow Through
33 Orlando school improves ESE scores with Corrective Reading SRA/McGraw-Hill, 2008 Project Follow Through
34 Assessing the effects of Corrective Reading Decoding B1 with a high school student with intellectual and developmental disabilities: A case study Peterson, J. L.; Marchand-Martella, N.; Martella, R. 2008 Project Follow Through
35 Direct Instruction reading: Effects of the Reading Master Plus – Level K curriculum on preschool children with developmental delays Zayac, R. 2008 Project Follow Through
36 Scripted and Non-Scripted Reading Instructional Models: Effects on the Phonics and Reading Achievement of First-Grade Struggling Readers McIntyre, E.; Rightmyer, E. C.; Petrosko, J.P. 2008 Project Follow Through
37 Corrective Reading: An evidence-based remedial reading intervention Hempenstall, K. 2008 Project Follow Through
38 Special education students at California elementary school achieve AYP with Direct Instruction SRA/McGraw-Hill, 2008 Project Follow Through
39 Direct Instruction reduces special education referrals in Louisiana school district by half SRA/McGraw-Hill, 2008 Project Follow Through
40 Effects of a computer based beginning reading program on young children Watson, T.; Hempenstall, K. 2008 Project Follow Through
41 Reading Achievement in a Direct Instruction School and a “Three Tier” Curriculum School Stockard, J. 2008 Project Follow Through
42 The What Works Clearinghouse Beginning Reading Reports and Rating of Reading Mastery: An Evaluation and Comment Stockard, J. 2008 Project Follow Through
43 The effects of Reading Mastery Plus on the beginning reading skills of students with intellectual and developmental disabilities Riepl, J.; Marchand-Martella, N.; Martella, R. 2008 Project Follow Through
44 National Institute for Direct Instruction Institutional Review Board Policies and Procedures for Direct Instruction, National Institute 2008 Project Follow Through
45 Interventions for reading difficulties: A comparison of response to intervention by ELL and EFL struggling readers Lovett, M.; Palma, M.; Frijters, J.; Steinbach, K.; Temple, M.; Benson, N.; Lacerenza, L. 2008 Project Follow Through
46 Effects of small-group reading instruction and curriculum differences for students most at risk in kindergarten: Two-year results for secondary- and tertiary-level interventions Kamps, D.; Abbott, M.; Greenwood, C.; Wills, H.; Veerkamp, M.; Kaufman, J. 2008 Project Follow Through
47 Academic Kindergarten and Later Academic Success: The Impact of Direct Instruction Engelmann, K.; Stockard, J. 2008 Project Follow Through
48 Direct Instruction helps Native American school change course, improve reading SRA/McGraw-Hill, 2007 Project Follow Through
49 Corrective Reading helps ELL students gain multiple years growth SRA/McGraw-Hill, 2007 Project Follow Through
50 Seattle school boosts reading scores with Reading Mastery curriculum SRA/McGraw-Hill, 2007 Project Follow Through

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