Reading Improvement

Founded in 1963, Reading Improvement is a magazine for teachers of reading and language arts. Project Innovation of Mobile publishes this magazine quarterly, and its articles cover the education field. Phil Feldman is the Editor and Publisher of Reading Improvement.

Articles from Vol. 45, No. 3, Fall

Gender Issues in Young Children's Literature
In recent decades, extensive studies from diverse disciplines have focused on children's developmental awareness of different gender roles and the relationships between genders. Among these studies, researchers agree that children's picture books have...
SMA-Say/Mean/Apply: A Strategy for Unlocking Meaning
The Say/Mean/Apply (SMA) comprehension strategy introduced in this article gives children the opportunity to unlock the meaning of passages through interpreting and connecting the content of the passages to their own experiences. The SMA questions...
The Efficacy of a Supplemental Multisensory Reading Program for First-Grade Students
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of the Institute for Multi-Sensory Education's supplementary Orton-Gillingham based reading program across three schools in a single school district. Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy...
The School Principal as a Reading Supervisor
The role of the principal has changed from being a manager of a school to a leader in curriculum improvement. With mandated testing, it behooves the school principal to assist in improving the curriculum. Increased accountability of teachers for pupil...
These Are My Goals: Academic Self-Regulation in Reading by Middle-School Students
In this exploratory investigation, middle school students described primarily favorable experiences while forming personalized learning goals and monitoring academic progress in reading. Students articulated such benefits as directing their learning...