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276 Research brief: A validation study of Connecting Math Concepts Brent, G.; DiObilda, N. 1994 Project Follow Through
277 Research on Direct Instruction: 25 Years Beyond DISTAR Adams, G. L.; Engelmann, S. 1996 Project Follow Through
278 Research on the Effectiveness of Direct Instruction Programs: An Updated Meta-Analysis Coughlin, C. 2011 Project Follow Through
279 Research on the Efficiency of Low-Cost Networking Moore, L.; Carnine, D.; Stepnoski, M. 1987 Project Follow Through
280 Research study: Raising mathematics problem-solving performance: Do the NCTM teaching standards help? Grossen, B.; Ewing, S. 1992 Project Follow Through
281 Rules, Praise, and Ignoring: Elements of Elementary Classroom Control Madsen, C.; Becker, W.; Thomas, D. 1968 Project Follow Through
282 Schools and homes in partnership (SHIP): Long-term effects of a preventative intervention focused on social behavior and reading skill in early elementary school Smolkowski, K.; Biglan, A.; Barrera, M.; Taylor, T.; Black, C.; Blair, J. 2005 Project Follow Through
283 Scripted and Non-Scripted Reading Instructional Models: Effects on the Phonics and Reading Achievement of First-Grade Struggling Readers McIntyre, E.; Rightmyer, E. C.; Petrosko, J.P. 2008 Project Follow Through
284 Seattle school boosts reading scores with Reading Mastery curriculum SRA/McGraw-Hill, 2007 Project Follow Through
285 Some effects of Direct Instruction in comprehension skills on intellectual performance Clunies-Ross, G. 1990 Project Follow Through
286 Special education students at California elementary school achieve AYP with Direct Instruction SRA/McGraw-Hill, 2008 Project Follow Through
287 Structured Immersion for Language Minority Students: Results of a Longitudinal Evaluation Gersten, R. 1985 Project Follow Through
288 Student error patterns as a function of curriculum design: Teaching fractions to remedial high school students and high school students with learning disabilities Kelly, B.; Gersten, R.; Carnine, D. 1990 Project Follow Through
289 Students follow-up in H.S.: The Uvalde study White, W.; Gersten, R. 1983 Project Follow Through
290 Success begins early at Alaskan elementary school SRA/McGraw-Hill, 0 Project Follow Through
291 Supplemental instruction in decoding skills for Hispanic and non-Hispanic students in early elementary school Gunn, B.; Smolkowski, K.; Biglan, A.; Black, C. 2002 Project Follow Through
292 Tailoring Direct Instruction techniques for use with elementary students with brain injury Glang, A.; Singer, G.; Cooley, E.; Tish, N. 1992 Project Follow Through
293 Tallahassee School Achieves AYP for First Time SRA/McGraw-Hill, 0 Project Follow Through
294 Teacher expectations of low-SES preschool and elementary children: Implications of a research-validated instructional intervention for curriculum policy and school reform Joseph, B. 2004 Project Follow Through
295 Teaching absolute pitch Williams, P.; Engelmann, S. 1989 Project Follow Through
296 Teaching English as a second language with DI Glumelli, K.; Moore, J. 1985 Project Follow Through
297 Teaching fractions to middle-school students Scarlato, M.; Burr, W. 2002 Project Follow Through
298 Teaching LD Students Critical Reading Skills: A Systematic Replication Darch, C.; Kameenui, E. 1987 Project Follow Through
299 Teaching letter-sound correspondence to students with moderate intellectual disabilities Flores, M.; Shippen, M.; Alberto, P.; Crowe, L. 2004 Project Follow Through
300 Teaching low performers in upper-primary and lower-secondary to read by direct instruction methods Maggs, A.; Murdoch, R. 1979 Project Follow Through

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