Literacy Resources Clearinghouse

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P. Macaruso and Rodman, A., Efficacy of Computer-Assisted Instruction for the Development of Early Literacy Skills in Young Children, Reading Psychology, vol. 32, pp. 172 - 196, 2011.
C. MacDonald and Figueredo, L., Closing the Gap Early: Implementing a Literacy Intervention for At-Risk Kindergartners in Urban Schools., Reading Teacher, vol. 63, pp. 404 - 419, 2010.
A. Madden and Almasi, J., Transfer of Knowledge from Reading Professional Development to Classroom Practice, in National Reading Conference, 2006.
A. Mangan, Storybooks on Paper Better for Children than Reading Fiction on Computer Screen, Science Daily, 2008.
E. Mayer, Ferede, M. K., and Hou, E. D., The Family Involvement Storybook: A new way to build connections with families, Young Children, 2006.
N. L. McDonald and Fisher, D., Teaching Literacy through the Arts. 2006.
A. McGill-Franzen, Lanford, C., and Adams, E., Learning to be literate: A comparison of five urban early childhood programs., Journal of Educational Psychology, vol. 94, pp. 443 - 464, 2002.
E. McIntyre, Rightmyer, E., and Petrosko, J., Scripted and unscripted reading instructional models: Effects on the phonics and reading achievement of first grade struggling readers, Reading & Writing Quarterly, vol. 24, 2008.
E. McIntyre, Rightmyer, E. C., Powell, R., Powers, S., and Petrosko, P. P., How much should young children read? A study of the relationship between development and instruction, Literacy Teaching and Learning: An International Journal of Early Literacy, vol. 11, 2006.

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