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376 The WWC Review Process: An Analysis of Errors in Two Recent Reports Stockard, J.; Wood, T. W. 2013 Elementary Reading, What Works Clearinghouse
377 Thirty years of NICHD research: What we now know about how children learn to read for the Future of Teaching and Learning, Center 1996 Elementary Reading, Secondary Reading
378 Three-tier models of reading and behavior: A research review Stewart, R. M.; Benner, G.; Martella, R.; Marchand-Martella, N. 2007 Elementary Reading, Secondary Reading
379 Tulsa Students Score Record Highs in Reading SRA/McGraw-Hill, 0 Elementary Reading
380 Two Approaches to Reading Instruction with Children with Disabilities: Does Program Design Make a Difference? O'Connor, R. E.; Jenkins, J.; Cole, K.; Mills, P. 1993 Elementary Reading
381 Two approaches to the development phase of mathematics instruction Kameenui, E.; Carnine, D.; Darch, C.; Stein, M. 1986 Elementary Mathematics, Project Follow Through
382 Two Approaches to Vocabulary Instruction: The Teaching of Individual Word Meanings and Practice in Deriving Word Meaning from Context Jenkins, J.; Matlock, B.; Slocum, T. 1989 Elementary Reading
383 Use of precorrection strategies to enhance reading performance of students with learning and behavior problems Miao, Y.; Darch, C.; Rabren, K. 2002 Elementary Reading
384 Using Corrective Reading with adults Herr, C. M. 1989 Secondary Reading
385 Using DI in a Victoria, B. C. Resource Room Chamberlain, L. A. 1987 Elementary Reading
386 Using DI to teach computer programming to retarded institutionalized adolescents Berryman, D.; Maggs, A. 1983 Language
387 Using DISTAR Language in a unit for children with language disorders Gregory, P.; Richards, C.; Hadley, M. 1982 Language
388 Using DISTAR Language in a unit for children with language disorders Gregory, P.; Richards, C.; Hadley, M. 1982 Language
389 Using paraprofessionals to deliver Direct Instruction reading programs Keel, M.; Fredrick, L.; Hughes, T. A.; Owens, S. 1999 Elementary Reading
390 Using Precision Teaching with Direct Instruction in a Summer School Program Kubina Jr., R. M.; Commons, M. L.; Heckard, B. 2009 Elementary Reading
391 Using Reasoning and Writing to teach writing skills to students with learning disabilities and behavioral disorders Anderson, D; Keel, M. 2002 Writing
392 Using Reasoning and Writing with gifted fifth grade students Ginn, P.; Keel, M.; Fredrick, L. 2002 Writing
393 Using school reform models to improve reading achievement: A longitudinal study of Direct Instruction and Success For All in an urban district Ross, S.; Nunnery, J.; Goldfeder, E.; McDonald, A.; Rachor, R.; Fleischman, S. 2004 Elementary Reading
394 Using systematic instruction to teach decoding skills to middle school students with moderate intellectual disabilities Bradford, S.; Alberto, P.; Houchins, D.; Shippen, M.; Flores, M. 2006 Elementary Reading
395 Using videodisc instruction in an elementary science methods course: Remediating science knowledge deficiencies and facilitating science teaching Vitale, M.; Romance, N. 1992 Teacher Training
396 Videodisc instruction: Teaching fractions to learning handicapped and remedial students Kelly, B.; Carnine, D.; Gersten, R.; Grossen, B. 1986 Secondary Math
397 Wake County Public School System, Raleigh, North Carolina SRA/McGraw-Hill, 2003 Secondary Reading
398 Why I Sued California Engelmann, S. 1991 Elementary Reading, Elementary Multiple Subjects, Secondary Multiple Subjects
399 Woodstock Middle School, Millington, Tennessee SRA/McGraw-Hill, 2003 Secondary Reading

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