Research Projects

The Pakistan Reading Project, led by the International Rescue Committee in Islamabad, Pakistan, seeks to improve the reading achievement of 4 million elementary school students in Pakistan, and strengthen teacher certification and licensing programs throughout the country.

NumberShire is a suite of internet-based gaming interventions designed to explicitly teach students in grades K-2 whole number concepts that align with the Common Core State Standards. Numbershire I includes a series of engaging stories and narrative goals to motivate first grade students in early mathematics.

Project LINK will develop a prototype for an integrated intervention delivered by preschool teachers and Latino families that will enhance the oral language skills and vocabulary of young Dual Language Learners. Pilot LINK is developed in English and Spanish for use in preschool classrooms, and in Spanish for use in the home.

The purpose of the SCiP-Science (Shared Conversations in Preschool about Science) project is to develop training and coaching materials in dialogic reading and in preschool science. Science center units and measures of expressive and receptive vocabulary aligned with the content provided in the science centers are being developed.

Systematic and Explicit Teaching Routines (SETR) is a Goal 3 Efficacy and Replication study designed to test the impact of systematic and explicit instructional teaching routines for increasing the early literacy achievement of Spanish-speaking English language learners in transitional bilingual education programs.

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

The purpose of the Sentinel Schools Project is to provide systematic and detailed information on the functioning of formative assessment measures used in the DIBELS Data System across a variety of instructional contexts.

Read Aloud is a Goal 3 Efficacy and Replication study designed to investigate the impact of a Tier 1 (whole group) Read Aloud curriculum and a Tier 2 (small group) booster intervention on the reading achievement of first grade students.

The overarching goal of Project CIRCUITS (Center to Improve Reading Competence Using Intensive Treatments Schoolwide) is to implement, evaluate, replicate, and disseminate systemic prevention models that accelerate and sustain the early reading achievement of students with reading disabilities or at risk of disabilities in grades K-3.

ECRI (Enhanced Core Reading Instruction) is a Goal 3 Efficacy and Replication study designed to investigate the impact of systematic and explicit instructional teaching routines on the early literacy achievement of at-risk students in first grade classrooms. ECRI is delivered in Tier 1 (whole group) and Tier 2 reading (small group) instruction.

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