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Folder Volume 08 (Series 2)

  • DI News, Vol. 8, No. 1 - Spring 2008
  • DI News, Vol. 8, No. 2 - Summer 2008
  • DI News, Vol. 8, No. 3 - Fall 2008

Documents

pdf DI News, Vol. 8, No. 1 - Spring 2008 Popular

  • ADI Excellence in Education Awards
  • Special Education Students See Dramatic Improvement With Direct Instruction
  • Reading Mastery Plus Helps Colorado School Achieve AYP for First Time
  • Cleveland School Keeps Reading Mastery as Curriculum Core
  • Anchorage School's Diverse Population Flourishes with Direct Instruction
  • A View From Askance
  • A Year Later: Performance of Students Who Exit Tier 3 Direct Instruction Within a Multi-tier Reading Model
  • Responsible Use of DI and other Power Tools
  • A Routine (Tools and Steps) for Effective Teaching

pdf DI News, Vol. 8, No. 2 - Summer 2008 Popular

  • Challenge and Be Surprised by Your Students
  • Ohio Elementary School on Track to 'Achieve Greatness'
  • The Curriculum as the Cause of Failure
  • Litmus Test for Urban School Districts
  • Direct Instruction Reduces Special Education Referrals in Louisiana School District by Half
  • Miami Elementary School Boosts FCAT Scores with Reading Mastery
  • If the Children Aren't Learning, We're Not Teaching: Siegfried Engelmann
  • Cognition, Logic, and Instruction
  • Reading Mastery Helps Florida Students Advance Two Grade Levels in Reading
  • California Blue Ribbon School Closes Achievement Gap with Reading Mastery

pdf DI News, Vol. 8, No. 3 - Fall 2008 Popular

  • ADI News
  • Excellence in Education Awards
  • Houston Blue Ribbon School's Deaf Population Achieves AYP With Direct Instruction
  • Native American School Uses Reading First Grant to Implement Direct Instruction
  • Corrective Reading Helps ELL Students Gain Multiple Years' Growth
  • Title I Schools in North Carolina District Meet All-State Reading Targets with Direct Instruction
  • Remedies for Fixing Problems with Mastery (Without Sacrificing Lesson Progress)
  • Chapter 5: Follow Through Evaluation
  • Martin's Musings
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