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Technically Speaking: What is Causal Inference and Why is it Important?

By:  
Ariel M. Aloe, Ph.D.
Deborah K. Reed, Ph.D.

Posted on: February 23, 2021
In experimental studies, reading researchers try to establish a connection between a program or type of instruction and students’ reading performance by controlling for other things that might explain the outcomes.

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The ABCs of Alphabet Instruction

By:  
Deborah K. Reed, Ph.D.

Posted on: January 26, 2021
Things students should know about letters and why it is important that they know them for reading development.

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The Role of Decodable Readers in Phonics Instruction

By:  
Nina A. Lorimor-Easley, M.S., Ed.Psy., M.Ed., Cert. Dys.

Posted on: November 17, 2020
For beginning readers, these texts provide a focused and carefully planned opportunity to read words in sentences.

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