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  • 1. Literacy Success for All Students: Possibilities and Possible Pitfalls of RTI by Marjorie Y. Lipson1 References and Readings for PSY Summer Institute on RTI, June, 2011 Allington, R. L., & Johnston, P. H. (Eds.). (2002). Reading to learn: Lessons fromexemplary 4th grade classrooms. New York: Guilford. Bembry, K. L., Jordan, H., Gomez, E., Anderson, M., & Mendro, R. L. (1998, April).Policy implications of long-term teacher effects on student achievement. Paper presentedat the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego,CA. Dorn, L.J., & Soffos, C. (2011). Interventions that work: A comprehensiveintervention model for preventing reading failure in grades K-3. Boston: Allyn & Bacon. Ehren, B. J., Ehren, T. C. & Proly, J. L. (2009). Response to Intervention: An actionguide for school leaders. Alexandria, VA: Educational Research Service. International Reading Association (2010). RTI Guiding Principles. Retrieve at:http://www.reading.org/Libraries/Resources/RTI_brochure_web.sflb.ashx. Jenkins, J. R., Graff, J. J., & Miglioretti, D. L. (2009). Estimating reading growthusing intermittent CBM progress monitoring. Exceptional Children, 75, 151-163. Klingner, J. K, & Edwards, P. A. (2008). Cultural considerations with Response toIntervention models. Reading Research Quarterly, 41, 104-117. Lipson, M. Y. (2007). Teaching reading beyond the primary grades. NY:Scholastic. Lipson, M. Y., & Wixson, K. K. (Eds.) (2010). Approaches to Response toIntervention (RTI): Evidence-based frameworks for preventing reading difficulties.Newark, DE: International Reading Association. Lipson, M.Y., & Wixson, K.K. (2009). Assessment and instruction of reading andwriting difficulties. NY: Pearson. Lose, M. K. (2007). A child’s response to intervention require a responsive teacherof reading. The Reading Teacher, 61, 276-279. Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (2009). TieredInstruction Document. Retrieved March 15, 2011 fromhttp://www.doe.mass.edu/sda/framework/level4/TieredInstruction.doc Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (2010, Draft).Self-Assessment Rubric: Developing a System of Tiered Instruction. Retrieved March25, 2011 from http://www.doe.mass.edu/sda/framework/level4/TieredInstruction.doc Mesmer, E. M., & Mesmer, H. A. (2008). Response to intervention (RTI): Whatteachers of reading need to know. The Reading Teacher, 62, 280-290). Nye, B., Konstantopoulos, S., & Hedges, L. V. (2004). How large are teachereffects? Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 26 (3), 237-257.1 Sponsored by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
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