Extending Responsiveness-to-Intervention to Math Problem-Solving at Third Grade
Fuchs, Lynn S., Fuchs, Douglas, Hamlett, Carol L., Hope, Susan K., et al., Teaching Exceptional Children
The Center on Accelerating Student Learning (CASL) is a collaborative partnership among faculty at Vanderbilt University (Lynn and Doug Fuchs), Columbia University (Joanna Williams), and the University of Maryland (Steve Graham and Karen Harris, Vanderbilt University). CASL's goal is to identify instructional practices that accelerate the learning of children with disabilities in kindergarten through Grade 3. This includes the development of effective, multicomponent instructional interventions in reading, writing, and math, which focus on basic skills and higher-order learning, and promote fluency, transfer, and maintenance. As part of the CASL research program, we validated an …
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Publication information: Article title: Extending Responsiveness-to-Intervention to Math Problem-Solving at Third Grade. Contributors: Fuchs, Lynn S. - Author, Fuchs, Douglas - Author, Hamlett, Carol L. - Author, Hope, Susan K. - Author, et al. - Author. Magazine title: Teaching Exceptional Children. Volume: 38. Issue: 4 Publication date: March/April 2006. Page number: 59+. © Council for Exceptional Children Jan/Feb 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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