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Folder Volume 06 (Series 2)

  • DI News, Vol. 6, No. 1 - Spring 2006
  • DI News, Vol. 6, No. 2 - Summer 2006
  • DI News, Vol. 6, No. 3 - Fall 2006

Documents

pdf DI News, Vol. 6, No. 1 - Spring 2006 Popular

  • Letter From Australia, Where Direct Instruction is Treated Differently
  • ADI News
  • A Lifetime of Achievement
  • Tips From Teachers
  • Early Reading First Grant Fuels DI in Kentucky Preschool
  • Direct Instruction Implementations: Problems to Avoid
  • The Decoding Programs and the Poor Decoder
  • How Scientific is Reading First?
  • Top Five Teaching Errors for Primary DI Teachers
  • Designing Effective Mathematics Instruction: A Direct Instruction Approach
  • Review of Dr. Vicki Snider's Myths and Misconceptions About Teaching: What Really Goes On in the Classroom

pdf DI News, Vol. 6, No. 2 - Summer 2006 Popular

  • ADI News
  • Direct Instruction Helps Milwaukee Schools Increase Reading Scores
  • Tips From Teachers
  • The Use of a Direct Instruction Reading Program to Tutor an Adult With a Moderate Intellectual Disability
  • Jabberwocky
  • Is Connecting Math Concepts Your Best Bet for Raising State Test Scores?
  • Prometheus Was a Woman
  • What's the Matter With Kids Who Won't Write and Can't Spell? Or, Why is Spelling Skill Important to Writing Fluency?
  • Professional Standards in Education

pdf DI News, Vol. 6, No. 3 - Fall 2006 Popular

  • ADI News
  • 2006 ADI Excellence in Education Awards
  • How to Use Reading Mastery Programs for Interventions With Struggling Second- and Third-Grade Students
  • Martin's Musings
  • The Teacher/Student Game
  • Guilford County, NC, Schools Reach Exceptional Children Through Direct Instruction
  • Effective Education Squelched
  • Academic Failure: Dysteachia, or Curriculum Casualty?
  • A View From Askance
  • Advocacy for Children
  • A Review of Rubric for Identifying Authentic Direct Instruction Programs, by Siegfried Engelmann and Geoff Colvin
  • Sacramento Middle School Students' Reading Scores Dramatically Improve with The Reach System
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