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Beating the Odds

Research on schools that beat the odds in reading instruction (sorted by date):

Taylor, B. M., Pearson, P. D., Clark, K., & Walpole, S. (2000). Effective schools and accomplished teachers: Lessons about primary grade reading instruction in low-income schools. Elementary School Journal, 101(2), 121-166.

Taylor, B.M., Pressley, M.P., & Pearson, P.D. (2000). Research-supported characteristics of teachers and schools that promote reading achievement. Washington, D.C.: National Education Association, Reading Matters Research Report.  (Reprinted in In B. M.Taylor & P. D. Pearson. (Eds.) (2002).  Teaching reading:  Effective Schools, accomplished teachers.  Mahwah NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum.)

Taylor, B.M., Pearson, P.D., Clark, K., & Walpole, S. (2000).  Effective schools and accomplished teachers:  Lessons about primary-grade reading instruction in low-income schools.  Elementary School Journal, 101(2), 121-165. (Reprinted in In B. M.Taylor & P. D. Pearson. [Eds.] [2002].  Teaching reading:  Effective Schools, accomplished teachers.  Mahwah, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum.-see below)

Taylor, B.M., & Pearson, P.D. (2001).  The CIERA School Change Project:  Translating research on effective reading instruction and school reform into practice in high-poverty elementary schools.  In C. Roller (Ed.), Learning to teach reading: Setting the research agenda (pp. 180-189).  Newark DE:  International Reading Association.

Taylor, B.M., Pearson, P.D., Peterson, D., and Rodriguez, M.C. (2002) Looking inside classrooms: Reflecting on the "how" as well as the "what" in effective reading instruction.  The Reading Teacher.  56 (3), 270-279. (In P. Shannon and J. Edmondson (Eds.), Reading Education Policy: A Collection of Articles From the International Reading Association  International Reading Association).

Taylor, B.M., & Pearson, P.D.  (Eds.) Teaching Reading: Effective Schools, Accomplished Teachers. (pp. 217-236) Mahwah NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum (2002).

Taylor, B. M., Pearson, P. D., Peterson, D. S., & Rodriguez, M. C. (2003). Reading growth in high-poverty classrooms: The influence of teacher practices that encourage cognitive engagement in literacy learning. Elementary School Journal. 104, 3-28.

Taylor, B.M., Frye, B.J. Peterson, D.S., & Pearson, P.D. (2003).  Steps for School-Wide Reading Improvement.  Washington, DS: National Education Association.

Taylor, B.M., Pearson, P.D., Peterson, D.S., & Rodriguez, M.C. (2003). Reading growth in high-poverty classrooms:  The influence of teacher practices that encourage cognitive engagement in literacy learning.  Elementary School Journal, 104 (1), 3-28.

Taylor, B.M., & Pearson, P.D. (2004). Research on learning to read-at school, at home, and in the community. Elementary School Journal. 105 (2), 168-181

Taylor, B.M., & Pearson, P.D. (2005). Using study groups and reading assessment data to improve reading instruction within a school.  In S. Paris, & S. A. Stahl,.  (Eds.), Children's reading comprehension and assessment (pp 237-255).  Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Taylor, B.M., Pearson, P.D., Peterson, D., and Rodriguez, M.C. (2005)  Looking inside classrooms:  Reflecting on the "how" as well as the "what" in effective reading instruction,  A reprint of Taylor, B.M., Pearson, P.D., Peterson, D., and Rodriguez, M.C.  (2002). 

Taylor, B.M., Peterson, D.P., Pearson, P.D., & Rodriguez, M.C. (2005).  The CIERA School Change Framework: An Evidenced-Based approach to Professional Development and School Reading Improvement.  Reading Research Quarterly. 40(1), 40-69.

Pearson, P. D., Taylor, B.M., & Tam, A. (2005).  Effective professional development for improving literacy instruction. In R. Indrisano, & J. R. Paratore (Eds).  Learning to write, writing to learn: Research and theory in practice.  Newark, DE:  International Reading Association.

CIERA Resources:

CIERA Tech Report 2-006

CIERA Schools that Beat the Odds bookmark

CIERA Web Search for Beating the Odds

 

 


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