Understanding, Assessing, & Intervening on Reading Problems
For every child to succeed, every child must be able to read.
Understanding, Assessing, and Intervening on Reading
is designed for school psychologists and other educational
consultants working to help struggling readers develop the skills and
strategies essential to reading fluency. It provides an understanding
of how reading develops, how to assess reading development and link
that information to intervention, and how to teach reading using evidence-based
approaches. Divided into two sections, the book covers:
Section One: Understanding Reading
Section Two: Evidence-Based Reading Interventions
Chapters emphasize research-based
strategies and highlight where further research is necessary, as well as
offer practical implementation suggestions and study guide questions for
graduate coursework and continuing professional development.
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