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Folder Volume 09 (Series 2)

  • DI News, Vol. 9, No. 1 - Spring 2009
  • DI News, Vol. 9, No. 2 - Summer 2009
  • DI News, Vol. 9, No. 3 - Fall 2009

Documents

pdf DI News, Vol. 9, No. 1 - Spring 2009 Popular

  • ADI News
  • Lessons Learned: A Retiring Principal's Experiences
  • Classroom Management Models that Don't Work? Considerations for the Building Administrator...
  • Florida Middle Schools Implement Corrective Reading with Fidelity; Pupils Reap Benefits
  • High Percentage of Charter School's Students Testing above National Average
  • New Mexico School District Uses Direct Instruction to Close Reading Proficiency Gap
  • Horizons and Language for Learning Close Achievement Gap Among Limited English Proficient Students
  • UNCW Program Helps Children Improve Reading Skills
  • Governor Looks at Reading Program
  • New DI Tools Engage Students, Educators
  • Remedies for Fixing Problems with Lesson Progress--Without Sacrificing Mastery
  • Mastery Learning and Rate of Learning
  • Martin's Musings

pdf DI News, Vol. 9, No. 2 - Summer 2009 Popular

  • ADI News
  • Presenters and Sessions at the Eugene DI Conference: A Slightly Fractured History
  • A Dusty Book Yields a Critical Discovery
  • Reluctantly Implementing DI, With Surprising Results
  • Serendipity, Direct Instruction, and Me
  • Teacher Data Reporting: Why and How to Implement It
  • Progressive Consequences-- Do They Work?
  • Orlando School Improves ESE Scores with Corrective Reading
  • Young English Learners Improve Language Arts Proficiency With Language for Learning
  • Martin's Musings

pdf DI News, Vol. 9, No. 3 - Fall 2009 Popular

  • ADI News
  • One Member's Observations of the National Direct Instruction Conference 2009
  • DI Educators, Students, Schools Earn Awards and Recognition at the National DI Conference
  • A Bad Application of Good Principles
  • Preparing for the First Day of the New School Year
  • Stretching: A Not-so-subtle American Educational Fable
  • Native American Eagles Soar
  • Big Reading Success in a Tiny Community
  • At-Risk Students Make Big Gains with Reading Mastery
  • Martin's Musings
  • Principles for Designing Effective Reinforcement Systems
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