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# Title Authors Year Research areas
Results 301 - 325 of 402
301 Direct Instruction with Special Education Students: A Review of Evaluation Research Gersten, R. 1985 Project Follow Through
302 Effects of Direct Instruction intervention for fraction skills Perkins, V.; Cullinan, D. 1985 Project Follow Through
303 Follow Through revisited: Reflections on the site variability issue Gersten, R. 1984 Project Follow Through
304 Reading instruction for poverty-level preschoolers Weisberg, P. 1984 Project Follow Through
305 Camden, New Jersey Direct Instruction project Brent, G.; DiObilda, N. 1984 Project Follow Through
306 DISTAR in the day nursery: An experimental evaluation of DISTAR Language I Wheldall, D.; Wheldall, K. 1984 Project Follow Through
307 Direct Instruction in spelling increases gain in spelling and reading skills Lum, T.; Morton, L. L. 1984 Project Follow Through
308 Corrective Reading program evaluated with secondary students in San Diego Campbell, M. L. 1984 Project Follow Through
309 Long-term effects of four preschool programs: Ninth and Tenth Results Miller, L. B.; Bizzell, R. P. 1984 Project Follow Through
310 Long-Term Academic Effects of the Direct Instruction Project Follow Through Meyer, L. 1984 Project Follow Through
311 Entry IQ and yearly academic growth of children in Direct Instruction programs: A longitudinal study of low SES children Gersten, R.; Becker, W.; Heiry, T.; White, W. 1984 Project Follow Through
312 Students follow-up in H.S.: The Uvalde study White, W.; Gersten, R. 1983 Project Follow Through
313 The follow up of Follow Through students in high schools White, W.; Gersten, R. 1983 Project Follow Through
314 DI Follow Through students show fewer dropouts, fewer retentions, and more high school graduates Gersten, R.; Keating, T. 1983 Project Follow Through
315 The later effects of Direct Instruction Follow Through: Preliminary findings Gersten, R.; Carnine, D. 1983 Project Follow Through
316 A study of teacher presentation variables: Pacing and praise Darch, C.; Gersten, R. 1983 Project Follow Through
317 Using DI to teach computer programming to retarded institutionalized adolescents Berryman, D.; Maggs, A. 1983 Project Follow Through
318 The Monterey DI program for students with limited English (ESL) Gersten, R.; Brockway, M. A.; Henares, N. 1983 Project Follow Through
319 Long-term effects of four preschool programs: Sixth, seventh, and eighth grades Miller, L. B.; Bizzell, R. P. 1983 Project Follow Through
320 Boosting reading skills by direct instruction Branwhite, A. 1983 Project Follow Through
321 DISTAR Reading and remedial children in an infant school Gregory, R.; Warburton, B. G. 1983 Project Follow Through
322 Direct Instruction: A Project Follow Through Success Story in an Inner-City School Meyer, L.; Gersten, R.; Gutkin, J. 1983 Project Follow Through
323 Direct Instruction in Critical Reading Skills Patching, W.; Kameenui, E.; Carnine, D. 1983 Project Follow Through
324 A Comparison of an Inquiry and a Direct Instruction Approach to Teaching Legal Concepts and Applications to Secondary School Students Fielding, G. D.; Kameenui, E.; Gersten, R. 1983 Project Follow Through
325 Comparative DISTAR results from five South Afrikaans school van Rensburg, C. 1982 Project Follow Through

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