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Diagnosis and Treatment of Reading Disabilities Based on the Component Model of Reading: An Alternative to the Discrepancy Model of LD
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Diagnosis and Treatment of Reading Disabilities Based on the Component Model of Reading: An Alternative to the Discrepancy Model of LD

Aaron, P.G ; Joshi, R. Malatesha ; Gooden, Regina ; Bentum, Kwesi E

Journal of Learning Disabilities, 2008-01, Vol.41 (1), p.67-84 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Los Angeles, CA: Sage Publications

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Utilizing Accommodations in Assessment
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Utilizing Accommodations in Assessment

Abedi, Jamal

Encyclopedia of Language and Education, p.2462-2478

Boston, MA: Springer US

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Social validity by parents of special education programs based on the ecological risk/resilience model
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Social validity by parents of special education programs based on the ecological risk/resilience model

Acle Tomasini, Guadalupe ; Martínez Basurto, Laura Ma ; Lozada García, Rosalinda ; Ordaz Villegas, Gabriela

Acta colombiana de psicología, 2015, Vol.18 (2), p.151-161 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Universidad Catolica de Colombia

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Should the Simple View of Reading Include a Fluency Component?
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Should the Simple View of Reading Include a Fluency Component?

Adlof, Suzanne M ; Catts, Hugh W ; Little, Todd D

Reading & writing, 2006-06-29, Vol.19 (9), p.933-958 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Dordrecht: Springer Science and Business Media LLC

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Historical and contemporary perspectives of learning disabilities in Greece
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Historical and contemporary perspectives of learning disabilities in Greece

Agaliotis, Ioannis

Learning disabilities (Weston, Mass.), 2016-03-22, Vol.14 (1), p.63

Learning Disabilities Worldwide, Inc

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The Effectiveness of Computer Applications: A Meta-Analysis
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The Effectiveness of Computer Applications: A Meta-Analysis

Ahmad, Khalili ; Lily, Shashaani

Journal of research on computing in education, 1994-09-01, Vol.27 (1), p.48-61

Routledge

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Inclusive education ten years after Salamanca: Setting the agenda
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Inclusive education ten years after Salamanca: Setting the agenda

Ainscow, Mel ; César, Margarida

European journal of psychology of education, 2006-09, Vol.21 (3), p.231-238 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Dordrecht: Springer Science and Business Media LLC

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Measures for Determining English Language Proficiency and the Resulting Implications for Instructional Provision and Intervention
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Measures for Determining English Language Proficiency and the Resulting Implications for Instructional Provision and Intervention

Albers, Craig A ; Kenyon, Dorry M ; Boals, Timothy J

Assessment for Effective Intervention, 2009-03, Vol.34 (2), p.74-85 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Los Angeles, CA: SAGE Publications

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Providing Reading Competence Feedback to the National School System of Trinidad and Tobago
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Providing Reading Competence Feedback to the National School System of Trinidad and Tobago

Alexander, Annetta ; Wyke, Wallis ; Lewis, Theodore ; Taylor‐Ryan, Maureen

The Reading teacher, 2019-11, Vol.73 (3), p.347-356 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Newark: Wiley Subscription Services, Inc

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The Relationship Between Efficacy and the Instructional Practices of Special Education Teachers and Consultants
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The Relationship Between Efficacy and the Instructional Practices of Special Education Teachers and Consultants

Allinder, Rose M

Teacher education and special education, 2016-08, Vol.17 (2), p.86-95 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications

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Effects of Modeling on Attitudes and Perceptions of Preservice Special Education Teachers
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Effects of Modeling on Attitudes and Perceptions of Preservice Special Education Teachers

Allinder, Rose M

Teacher Education and Special Education, 2001-10, Vol.24 (4), p.362-372 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications

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Effects of Teacher Self-Monitoring on Implementation of Curriculum-Based Measurement and Mathematics Computation Achievement of Students with Disabilities
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Effects of Teacher Self-Monitoring on Implementation of Curriculum-Based Measurement and Mathematics Computation Achievement of Students with Disabilities

Allinder, Rose M ; Bolling, Rachelle M ; Oats, Robert G ; Gagnon, Wendy A

Remedial and Special Education, 2000-07, Vol.21 (4), p.219-226 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications

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Improving Fluency in At-Risk Readers and Students with Learning Disabilities
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Improving Fluency in At-Risk Readers and Students with Learning Disabilities

Allinder, Rose M ; Dunse, Lynette ; Brunken, Cynthia D ; Obermiller-Krolikowski, Heidi J

Remedial and special education, 2016-08-19, Vol.22 (1), p.48-54 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications

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Do Students With and Without Lexical Retrieval Weaknesses Respond Differently to Instruction?
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Do Students With and Without Lexical Retrieval Weaknesses Respond Differently to Instruction?

Allor, Jill Howard ; Fuchs, Douglas ; Mathes, Patricia G

Journal of Learning Disabilities, 2001-05, Vol.34 (3), p.264-275 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications

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A Comparison of Independent, Interdependent, and Dependent Group Contingencies With Randomized Reinforcers to Increase Reading Fluency
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A Comparison of Independent, Interdependent, and Dependent Group Contingencies With Randomized Reinforcers to Increase Reading Fluency

Alric, Jolie M ; Bray, Melissa A ; Kehle, Thomas J ; Chafouleas, Sandra M ; Theodore, Lea A

Canadian Journal of School Psychology, 2007-06, Vol.22 (1), p.81-93 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Los Angeles, CA: Sage Publications

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Story grammar instruction with third and fifth grade students with learning disabilities and other struggling readers
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Story grammar instruction with third and fifth grade students with learning disabilities and other struggling readers

Alves, Kat D ; Kennedy, Michael J ; Brown, Tiara S ; Solis, Michael

Learning disabilities (Weston, Mass.), 2015-03-01, Vol.13 (1), p.73

Learning Disabilities Worldwide, Inc

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“She's My Best Reader; She Just Can't Comprehend”: Studying the Relationship Between Fluency and Comprehension
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“She's My Best Reader; She Just Can't Comprehend”: Studying the Relationship Between Fluency and Comprehension

Applegate, Mary DeKonty ; Applegate, Anthony J ; Modla, Virginia B

The Reading teacher, 2009-03, Vol.62 (6), p.512-521 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Oxford, UK: Wiley

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"She's my best reader; she just can't comprehend": studying the relationship between fluency and comprehension: if reading fluency contributes to reading comprehension, then highly fluent readers should be expected to perform well in comprehension when reading materials at their current grade level. The authors of this study, however, found that this assumption is not always the case
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"She's my best reader; she just can't comprehend": studying the relationship between fluency and comprehension: if reading fluency contributes to reading comprehension, then highly fluent readers should be expected to perform well in comprehension when reading materials at their current grade level. The authors of this study, however, found that this assumption is not always the case

Applegate, Mary DeKonty ; Applegate, Anthony J ; Modla, Virginia B

The Reading teacher, 2009-03-01, Vol.62 (6), p.512 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

International Literacy Association

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Lexile reading growth as a function of starting level in at-risk middle school students: determining start-of-year reading level can provide teachers with crucial information in evaluating student growth and setting future goals, but not all students can be expected to show the same growth patterns
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Lexile reading growth as a function of starting level in at-risk middle school students: determining start-of-year reading level can provide teachers with crucial information in evaluating student growth and setting future goals, but not all students can be expected to show the same growth patterns

Archer, Laura E

Journal of adolescent & adult literacy, 2010-12-01, Vol.54 (4), p.281 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

International Literacy Association

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The response in response to intervention: Evaluating the utility of assessing maintenance of intervention effects
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The response in response to intervention: Evaluating the utility of assessing maintenance of intervention effects

Ardoin, Scott P

Psychology in the schools, 2006-07, Vol.43 (6), p.713-725 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Hoboken: Wiley Subscription Services, Inc., A Wiley Company

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