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Reliability and validity of oral reading fluency median and mean scores among middle grade readers when using equated texts
(Reading Psychology, 2012-02)
We evaluated the reliability and validity of two oral reading fluency scores for 1-minute equated passages: median score and mean score. These scores were calculated from measures of reading fluency administered up to five ...
A test of the cerebellar hypothesis of dyslexia in adequate and inadequate responders to reading intervention
(Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 2010-03)
The cerebellar hypothesis of dyslexia posits that cerebellar deficits are associated with reading disabilities and may explain why some individuals with reading disabilities fail to respond to reading interventions. We ...
Response to intervention with older students with reading difficulties
(Learning and Individual Differences, 2008)
Addressing the literacy needs of secondary school students involves efforts to raise the achievement levels of all students and to address specifically the needs of struggling readers. One approach to this problem is to ...