Research Projects

The postdoctoral training program supports and trains postdoctoral fellows with expertise in research design and implementation, applied content expertise, and methodology and data analysis. Each cohort of postdoctoral fellows is funded for two years and is immersed in CTL-managed research projects.

Project CIFOR (Collaboration Across Interdisciplinary Fields of Observational Research) is a 2-year Exploration project (Goal 1) funded by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES). The purpose of CIFOR is to build on and advance the observation work of four previously-conducted CTL projects.

MOCCA (Multiple-choice Online Cloze Comprehension Assessment) is a measurement study targeting the assessment of reading comprehension processes among intermediate grade students.

This project will adapt, refine, and evaluate a multi-tiered instructional framework in three K-3 elementary schools with large English language learner (ELL) populations to address ways to improve understanding of their reading achievement and language development needs, improve delivery, and support the administrators and teachers who work with them.

This project represents a continuation of the ongoing collaborative effort between the University of Oregon Center on Teaching and Learning (CTL) and Age of Learning, Inc. to evaluate the effectiveness of the ABCmouse.com Early Learning Academy, a comprehensive online early learning resource for children ages 2-6.

Delivery of promoting algebra readiness curriculum materials to the US Virgin Islands.

EBISS (Effective Behavioral and Instructional Support Systems) is an implementation project designed to increase student outcomes through effective district use of the Schoolwide Reading Model and PBIS.

ROOTS is a Goal 3 Efficacy and Replication study designed to test the impact of a small-group (Tier 2) kindergarten, mathematics intervention program under three different conditions that vary in instructional intensity. ROOTS is a 50-lesson program focused on whole number concepts and skills and designed to teach students at risk for difficulties in mathematics.

PreK-K is a Goal 3 Efficacy and Replication Study focused on testing the efficacy of a combined, two-year, early mathematics intervention: Pre-Kindergarten Mathematics and Early Learning in Mathematics(PreK-K) curricula.

The postdoctoral training program supports and trains postdoctoral fellows with expertise in research design and implementation, applied content expertise, and methodology and data analysis. Each cohort of postdoctoral fellows is funded for two years and is immersed in CTL-managed research projects.

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