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2000 Presentations by CIERA-Affiliated Researchers

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CSI 2000

Effective Use of Informational Text

Presented by Nell K. Duke and Nicole Carlson at the CIERA Summer Institute in Ann Arbor, MI, August, 2000

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Schools that Beat the Odds: Effective Use of Resources

Presented by Martha A. Adler at the CIERA Summer Institute in Ann Arbor, MI, August, 2000

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Phonics They Really Use: Phonics in a Balanced Reading Program

Presented by Steven A. Stahl at the CIERA Summer Institute in Ann Arbor, MI, August, 2000

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Fluency Oriented Reading Instruction

Presented by Steven A. Stahl at the CIERA Summer Institute in Ann Arbor, MI, August, 2000

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Balanced Literacy Instruction and Issues of Diversity

Presented at the CIERA Summer Institute in Ann Arbor, MI, August, 2000

Kathy Au


Building a Schoolwide Literacy Assessment System from the Ground Up: The Woodworth Story

Presented at the CIERA Summer Institute in Ann Arbor, MI, August, 2000

P. David Pearson & Deanna Birdyshaw


Building Communities of Practice

Presented at the CIERA Summer Institute in Ann Arbor, MI, August, 2000


Translating Characteristics of Effective School Reading Programs into Practice

Presented by Barbara M. Taylor & Hank Taxis at the CIERA Summer Institute in Ann Arbor, MI, August, 2000


Professional Development for Improving Classroom Instruction:
Reflecting on Teaching Practices in the CIERA School Change Project

Presented by at the CIERA Summer Institute in Ann Arbor, MI, August, 2000Barbara M. Taylor


The Early Intervention in Reading Program:
Ten Years of Research on Effective Small Group Reading Intervention for Grades K-4

Presented by at the CIERA Summer Institute in Ann Arbor, MI, August, 2000Barbara M. Taylor


Instructional Approaches for Supporting Reading Comprehension

Presented by P. David Pearson at the CIERA Summer Institute in Ann Arbor, MI, August, 2000


NRC 2000

The Developmental and Evaluation of school-wide Literacy Assessment System

Presented by P. David Pearson & Deanna Birdyshaw at the National Reading Conference, 2000


Motivational Study Findings

Presented by Robert Rueda at the National Reading Conference, 2000


Developmentally Appropriate Practice in Early Literacy

Presented by Susan B. Neuman at the Headstart Conference, 2000


Translating Characteristics of Effective School Reading Programs into Practice

Versions of this talk were given by at/for the following this fall:Barbara M. Taylor

• Oklahoma State Department of Education
• Minnesota Association of Administrators of State and Federal Education Programs
• Colorado Early Literacy Institute
• Connecticut Association of Schools Conference
• Idaho Reading Initiative Conference.


The National Reading Panel Report: An Interpretation of Central Findings

Presented by Susan B. Neuman at the Early Childhood Conference in Newark, NJ, October, 2000


Children Achieving: Research-Based Principles and Practices in Early Literacy

Presented by Susan B. Neuman at the Pennsylvania Childcare Association in Pennsylvania, October, 2000


Children Achieving: Research-Based Principles and Practices in Early Literacy

Presented by Susan B. Neuman at the Houston Dyslexia Association in Houston, TX, October, 2000


Assessing Children's Reading Achievement in Grades K–4

Presented by Scott Paris at the Michigan Department of Education Technical Assistance Conference in Lansing, MI, October, 2000


Characteristics of Effective Early Literacy Programs

Presented by Barbara M. Taylor at the Mississippi Bend Area Education Agency in Quad Cities, IA, July, 2000


Assessing Children's Reading Important in Summer School Programs

Presented by Scott Paris at Summer Learning and the Achievement Gap at John Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD, July, 2000


Characteristics of Effective Early Literacy Programs

Presented by Barbara M. Taylor at the Pennsylvania Read to Succeed Institute in Johnstown, PA, June, 2000


Research Based Practice: A Reading from the Radical Middle

Presented by P. David Pearson in Dekalb, IL, June, 2000


Back to the Future: Why Has Comprehension Instruction Made a Comeback?

Presented by P. David Pearson in Dekalb, IL, June, 2000


New Developments in Comprehension Instruction

Presented by P. David Pearson in Madison, WI, June, 2000


Comprehension in Secondary Classrooms

Presented by P. David Pearson in Madison, WI, June, 2000


IRA 2000

Guided Inquiry: Supporting the Young Child’s Engagement with Informational Text

Presented by Susanna Hapgood, Fé MacLean, and Annemarie Palincsar at the annual meeting of the International Reading Association, May, 2000


A Principal Speaks to Literacy Engagement in an Inner City School: A Sociocultural Analysis

Presented by Robert Rueda, Laurie MacGillivray, and Eleanor Vargas-Page at the annual meeting of the International Reading Association, May, 2000


Assessing Children’s Reading Progress in Summer School with Various Tasks and Designs

Presented by Scott G. Paris at the annual meeting of the International Reading Association, May, 2000


Thinking for Ourselves: Literacy Learning in a Diverse Teacher Inquiry Network

Presented by Taffy E. Raphael & Susan Florio-Ruane at the annunal meeting of the International Reading Association, May, 2000


A Cross Case Analysis of Successful Early Reading Programs in High Poverty, High Performing Schools

Presented by Martha A. Adler & Charles W. Fisher at the annual meeting of the International Reading Association, May, 2000


School-Wide Reading Improvement: What Does the Research Say? How Do We Make It Happen ?

Presented by Barbara Taylor and P. David Pearson at the annual meeting of the International Reading Association, May, 2000


Early Literacy in an inner city Latino Immigrant Community: The intertwining of cognitive and social factors in fostering Social change

Presented by Robert Rueda, Laurie MacGillivray, David Yaden at the AERA Annual Meeting, April 2000


What Sorts of Programs and Practices are Supported by Research:
A Reading from the Radical Middle

Presented by P. David Pearson at the Ann McTier Reading Conference, April 2000


The Legacy of Reading Recovery: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

Presented by P. David Pearson at the Reading Recovery Conference in Columbus, OH, February, 2000


Learning to Teach Reading: The Status of the Knowledge Base

Presented by P. David Pearson


The Legacy of Reading Recovery: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

Presented by P. David Pearson


Developmentally Appropriate Practice in Early Literacy

Presented by Susan B. Neuman at the NAEYC Conference, 2000


Ohio Reading Summit 2000

Schools that Beat the Odds in Schools that Beat the Odds in Teaching All Children to Read Teaching All Children to Read

Presented by Barbara Taylor and P. David Pearson at the Ohio Reading Summit, 2000


The CIERA School Change Framework

Presented by Barbara Taylor at the Ohio Reading Summit, 2000


The CIERA School Change Framework

Presented by Barbara Taylor at the Ohio Reading Summit, 2000


School-Wide Reading Improvement: What Does the Research Say and How do We Make It Happen ?

Presented by Barbara Taylor at the Ohio Reading Summit, 2000


CIERA Dissemination Sampler

Presented by CIERA


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