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Preparing for Algebra by Building Fraction Sense

Content type: Journal Article
Fraction knowledge is crucial for learning algebra as well as for everyday functioning. Unfortunately, many middle-school children have only a tenuous grasp of fractions, despite several years of instruction on the topic. In the present paper, we present...

Preparing for Algebra by Building Fraction Sense

Content type: Journal Article
Fraction knowledge is crucial for learning algebra as well as for everyday functioning. Unfortunately, many middle-school children have only a tenuous grasp of fractions, despite several years of instruction on the topic. In the present paper, we present...

How to Reach First-Grade Struggling Readers

Content type: Journal Article
This article provides an overview of an instructional framework aimed at improving reading outcomes for first grade students who are early struggling readers and may be at-risk for reading disabilities. Specifically, we describe an integrated reading...

Supporting Mathematical Proficiency

Content type: Journal Article
This article is written for beginning special education teachers who will be teaching mathematics, for any age or grade, as part of their responsibilities. First, we introduce a vision for teaching and learning mathematics that emphasizes engaging students...

Teaching Spelling, Writing, and Reading for Writing

Content type: Journal Article
Students with disabilities often find writing extremely challenging. Special educators can, however, promote tremendous gains in their students’ ability to write by understanding common challenges to the writing process and mastering specific teaching...

Moving Research into Practice: Can We Make Dissemination Stick?

Content type: Journal Article
Although researchers in special education have made significant advances in defining and identifying evidence-based practices, scholars often constitute an insular group that disseminates research findings primarily through outlets and venues targeting...

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