Academic Research Studies on Tutoring

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Effects of reading decodable texts in supplemental first-grade tutoring. (2004). Jenkins, J. R., Peyton, J. A., Sanders, E. A., & Vadasy, P. F.. Scientific Studies of Reading.

Short-term impact of experience Corps® participation on children and schools: Results from a pilot randomized trial. (2004). Rebok, G. W., Carlson, M. C., Glass, T. A., McGill, S., Hill, J., Wasik, B. A., Ialongo, N., Frick, K. D., Fried, L. P., & Rasmussen, M. D.. Journal of Urban Health : Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, 81(1), 79–93.

Effects of two tutoring programs on the English reading development of Spanish-English bilingual students. (2004). Denton, C. A., Anthony, J. L., Parker, R., & Hasbrouck, J. E.. The Elementary School Journal, 104(4), 289–305.

Teaching reading to poor readers in the intermediate grades: A comparison of text difficulty. (2002). O'Connor, R. E., Bell, K. M., Harty, K. R., Larkin, L. K., Sackor, S. M., & Zigmond, N.. Journal of Educational Psychology.

Early Steps: Replicating the effects of a first-grade reading intervention program. (2000). Morris, D., Tyner, B., & Perney, J.. Journal of Educational Psychology, 92(4), 681–693.

Parent tutoring in reading using literature and curriculum materials: Impact on student reading achievement. (2000). Powell-Smith, K. A., Shinn, M. R., Stoner, G., & Good III, R. H.. School Psychology Review, 29(1), 5–27.

Longitudinal Study of the Reading Recovery Program. (1999). Huggins, R.. Detroit, MI: Detroit Public Schools Retried April 8, 2021 from Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC).

The effectiveness of adult volunteer tutoring on reading among “at risk” first grade children. (1998). Rimm‐Kaufman, S. E., Kagan, J., & Byers, H.. Literacyeracy Research and Instruction

Prevention and remediation of severe reading disabilities: Keeping the end in mind. (1997). Torgesen, J. K., Wagner, R. K., & Rashotte, C. A.. Scientific Studies of Reading, 1(3), 217–234.

Community-based early reading intervention for at-risk first graders. (1997). Vadasy, P. F., Jenkins, J. R., Antil, L. R., & Wayne, S. K.. Learning Disabilities Research & Practice..

The Effectiveness of One-to-One Tutoring by Community Tutors for at-Risk Beginning Readers. (1997). Vadasy, P. F., Jenkins, J. R., Antil, L. R., Wayne, S. K., & O’Connor, R. E.. Learning Disability Quarterly, 20(2), 126–139.

An evaluation of the paired reading program using competency-based training. (1996). Miller, B. V., & Kratochwill, T. R.. School Psychology International, 17(3), 269–291.

An evaluation of reading recovery. (1995). Center, Y., Wheldall, K., Freeman, L., Outhred, L., & McNaught, M.. Reading Research Quarterly.

Comparing Instructional Models for the Literacyeracy Education of High-Risk First Graders. (1994). Pinnell, G. S., Lyons, C. A., DeFord, D. E., Bryk, A. S., & Seltzer, M.. Reading Research Quarterly, 29(1), 9–39.

Comparing instructional models for the literacy education of high-risk first graders. (1994). Pinnell, G. S., Lyons, C. A., DeFord, D. E., Bryk, A. S., & Seltzer, M.. Reading Research Quarterly, 29(1), 8–39.

Effects of an experimental mentoring program on measures of performance of at-risk elementary students . (1993). Lorenzo, S. L.. Doctoral dissertation, University of South Florida

Use of the SEARCH/TEACH tutoring approach with middle-class students at risk for reading failure. (1992). Mantzicopoulos, P., Morrison, D., Stone, E., & Setrakian, W.. The Elementary School Journal, 92(5), 573–586.