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College Reading Association

Works: 111 works in 256 publications in 1 language and 10,957 library holdings
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Reading research and instruction by College Reading Association( )

in English and held by 1,474 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Literacy research and instruction( )

in English and held by 646 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Publishes articles dealing with research and instruction in reading education and allied literacy fields
Reading world( )

in English and Undetermined and held by 525 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Literacy assessment for today's schools by Martha D Collins( Book )

5 editions published in 1996 in English and held by 422 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This collection of 17 papers provides a blueprint for teachers who want increasingly sophisticated methods for monitoring student growth and can serve as a resource for in-service educators as literacy instruction changes. Papers in the first section of the book examine literacy assessment as it pertains to school-age children. Papers in the second section illustrate how portfolios can be used in a variety of different settings from the classroom through higher education. Papers in the book are "Assessment Criteria in First Grade: What Do Teachers Want to Know about Students' Reading and Writing?" (Elizabeth Pryor); "Learning about Literacy through Retelling" (Gail G. Smith and Diane Keister); "Profiling Students' Achievement in Language and Literacy: Merging Perspectives" (Gerry Shiel and Patrick Forde); "Assessment of Reading Attitudes: Validity Issues" (Mary M. Brittain and Clay V. Brittain); "'I Believe Learning Is Concentrating, Figuring Things Out, and Sometimes Having Fun': Revisiting the Reading Clinic" (Nancy B. Cothern); "Involving Graduate Students in Personal Literacy Evaluation through the Use of Portfolios" (Diane D. Allen); "Teachers as Learners: Experiencing Self-Evaluation, Portfolios, and Rubrics" (Michael P. Ford); "Authentic Assessment in a University Preservice Literacy Course" (Deborah R. Dillon and others); "a Model for Preparing Preservice and Inservice Teachers to Interpret and Utilize Portfolio Assessment" (Rebecca P. Harlin and Sally E. Lipa); "The Challenge of Change: The M. Ed. Portfolio" (Barbara Martin Palmer and others); "Literacy Portfolios: The Myth and the Reality" (Linda Irwin-DeVitis); "Pre and Post Course Literacy Self-Assessment: Its Positive Impact on Preservice Teachers" (Jane Brady Matanzo); "Rethinking the Role and Practice of Assessment in Teacher Education: Learning to Assess Authentically on Multiple Levels" (N. Suzanne Standerford); "Portfolio Assessment in Adult Education Programs" (Linda Thistlethwaite); "Assessing Developmental Learners' Perceptions of Reading and Writing and the Literacy Demands in College" (Maria Valeri-Gold); "The alert: One Answer to Literacy Screening" (Rita M. Bean and Others); and "Developing and Assessing Emergent Literacy through Children's Literature" (Nancy A. Anderson). (Rs)
Literacy at a new horizon : the twenty-second yearbook : a peer reviewed publication of the College Reading Association( Book )

4 editions published in 2000 in English and held by 395 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Celebrating the voices of literacy( Book )

4 editions published in 2001 in English and held by 377 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Literacy issues during changing times : a call to action by Francine C Falk-Ross( Book )

4 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 359 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Celebrating the faces of literacy : the twenty-third [i.e. twenty-fourth] yearbook : a peer reviewed publication of the College Reading Association( Book )

2 editions published in 2002 in English and held by 355 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Advancing the world of literacy : moving into the 21st century by College Reading Association( Book )

4 editions published in 1999 in English and held by 352 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Celebrating the power of literacy : the twenty-sixth yearbook : a peer reviewed publication of the College Reading Association, 2004( Book )

4 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 350 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Presidential address -- Keynote addresses -- Research awards -- Power of meshing literacy processes and practices -- Power of professional development and politics in literacy teacher education -- Power of accommodating literacy diversity and specialn
Exploring literacy by College Reading Association( Book )

5 editions published in 1997 in English and held by 344 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Literacy research and practice, foundations for the year 2000 by College Reading Association( Book )

6 editions published in 1992 in English and held by 342 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This 1992 yearbook presents the following 26 articles: "Tensions between Numbers and Knowing: A Study of Changes in Assessment during Implementation of Literature-Based Reading Instruction" (P.L. Scharer); "Story Reading in Daycare: A Help or a Hindrance?" (F.K. Hurley); "Preservice Teachers' Reminiscences of Positive and Negative Reading Experiences: A Qualitative Study" (B. Moss); "Preparing Preservice Teachers for Remedial Instruction: Teaching Problem Solving and Use of Content and Pedagogical Knowledge" (V.J. Risko and others); "Rethinking the College-Based Reading Clinic: Past Traditions and New Alternatives" (J. Cassidy and M.L. Hanes); "Researching One's Own Teaching in a Reading Education Course" (L. Christensen and B.J. Walker); "Improving Teacher Questioning: A Study of a Training Program" (C.S. Johnson and A.D. Evans); "The Belief Systems and Instructional Choices of Preservice Teachers" (R.B. Lonberger); "Changes in Primary Teachers' Instructional Practices After Year 1 of a Collaborative Whole Language Project" (C.D. Kraus); "Grouping for Reading Instruction in the Multicultural Classroom: Dilemmas and Solutions" (E.G. Sturtevant); "Story and Song: Integrating Music into the Literature Curriculum" (K.A. Koebler); "The Reader as a Sleuth: Engagement by Intrusion" (M.C. Alvarez); "Overcoming Environmental Obstacles to Reading: A Comparative Analysis" (S.M. KaiKai and R.E. KaiKai); "Student, Teacher, and Expert Differences in Identifying Important Content Area Vocabulary" (D.L. Mealey and others); "Preparing Literacy Teachers: Elements of an Effective Training Model" (G.Y. Turner); "A Nonacademic Adult Writer's Workshop" (J. Phillips); "Undereducated Adults: Retrospections of Childhood Homes and Reports of Present Practice" (B.J. Fox and M.D. Siedow); "Directed and Spontaneous Transfer of Textmarking: A Case Study" (D.L. Mealy and D.W. Frazier); "Person, Process, Product: Goals of an Integrated Reading/Writing Curriculum for Underprepared College Freshmen" (J.K. Stadulis and D.G. Shearer); "Fostering Metacognitive Growth in College Literature Classrooms" (E.V. Newton); "Writing in Response to Reading: Strategies to Foster Comprehension" (A.R. Friedman); "Children's Emergent Reading Behaviors across Different Kinds of Text and the Relation to Writing Systems" (J.E. Barnhart); "Portfolio Assessment: Interpretations and Implications for Classroom Teachers and Reading Teachers" (R.P. Harlin and others); "Taking Responsibility for Taking Tests" (J.S. Richardson); "Scotopic Sensitivity Syndrome and Its Treatment by Colored Overlays and Lens Filters: An Update" (W.A. Henk); and "Questioning the Verbal Superiority of Girls: Gender Differences Revisited" (M.M. Brittain and C.V. Brittain). (RS)
Inquiries in literacy learning and instruction : the fifteenth yearbook of the College Reading Association by Timothy V Rasinski( Book )

6 editions published in 1993 in English and held by 340 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This 1993 yearbook presents 20 papers and summaries of the dissertation award winner "Content Literacy in High School Social Studies: a Focus on One Teacher's Beliefs and Decisions about Classroom Discussions" (E.G. Sturtevant) and the thesis award winner "Effects of Direct Instruction of Story Grammar on Story Writing and Reading Comprehension of Elementary School Learning Disabled Students" (R.E. Leaman). Papers in the Inquiries in College and Adult Literacy Instruction section are: "Fads or Substantive Changes in the Field of Adult Literacy" (J.S. Richardson); "School Experiences of Adults Participating in Volunteer Literacy Programs" (M.D. Siedow and B.J. Fox); "Effects of a Precollege Reading Course on the Academic Self-Esteem of Urban College Students" (J. Lewis);"Evaluating Reader-Response Journals: a Coding System" (C. Clery and A. Smith); and "Predicting Nelson-Denny Scores from the sat" (C. Gillespie). Papers in the Inquiries in Literacy Instruction in Clinics and Classrooms section are: "University Reading Clinics: Changing Focus for Changing Needs" (D.D. Allen and others); "Expanding the Use of Picture Storybooks with Older Readers" (D.G. McAllister); "Impact of Purpose-Setting Questions on Children's Book Discussions" (M.W. Matthews and E.W. Paille); "' ... So Write It Out': Seizing the Power of Personal Journal Writing in Affirming African-American Student Identities" (N.B. Cothern and B.G. Lyman); "Affective Concerns and Reading" (J. Shapiro); "Are Content Area Reading Practices Keeping Pace with Research?" (M.K. Gillis and others);"Relationships among Field Dependence-Independence, Reading Instruction, and Reading Achievement" (J.W. McCutcheon and W.E. Smith); and "Action Research: Classroom Teachers' Perceptions of Its Impact on the Teaching of Reading" (M.A. Gray-Schlegel and J. Brady Matanzo). Papers in the Inquiries in Teacher Education section are: "The Process and Promise of Portfolio Assessment in Teacher Education Programs: Impact on Students' Knowledge, Beliefs, and Practices" (M.P. Ford); "Activities for Restructuring Reading Education Courses for Preservice Teachers" (D. Reinking and others); "Utilizing Literature as a Vehicle for Teaching about Multicultural Education in a Reading Methods Course" (L.C. Smith and others); "Reflective Practice Confronts the Complexities of Teaching Reading" (B.J. Walker and C. Ramseth); "Value-Added Benefits for Reforming a Remedial Reading Methodology Course with Videodisc and Hypercard Technology" (V.J. Risko and others); "First Steps in Teaching Reading: a Descriptive Study" (A.M. Frager); and "The Impact of Coursework in Tests and Measurements on Assessment Literacy" (J.L. Johns and P. VanLeirsburg). (Rs)
Literacy and community : the twentieth yearbook : a peer reviewed publication of the College Reading Association, 1998 by Elizabeth G Sturtevant( Book )

5 editions published in 1998 in English and held by 336 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This 20th Yearbook of the College Reading Association reflects the theme of "community" again and again, in diverse ways. First in the yearbook are the Presidential Address by Marino C. Alvarez, "Adolescent Literacy: Are We in Contact?" And the three Keynote Addresses: "My Life in Reading" (J. Chall); "a Social-Constructivist View of Family Literacy" (S.B. Neuman); and "Finding Common Ground: a Review of the Expert Study" (R.F. Flippo). Other papers in the yearbook are: "Reflections on the Early Years of cra and the Focus of Reading in the 1950s and 1960s" (R.C. Aukerman); "First and Second Graders Construct Literary Understanding during Readalouds of Picture Storybooks" (L.R. Sipe); "The Enhancement of Literacy Development in an Adult Beginning Reader through Creating Texts to Accompany Wordless Books" (M. Brock); "a Literature Based E-Mail Collaborative" (C.A. McKeon and L.C. Burkey); "Students' Perceptions of Literacy Learning in a Project-Based Curriculum" (J.K. Peck; W. Peck; J. Sentz; R. Zasa); "a Study of the Reading/Writing Connection in a University Writing Program" (S.T. Aydelott); "Historical and Philosophical Antecedents of Structural Knowledge: Implications for Assessment" (J.M. Pickle; L. Tao; M. Lively; T. Montgomery); "Synthesizing Authentic Assessment Information in Reading and Writing: The Potential of Curriculum Profiles" (G. Shiel; R. Murphy; M. O'Leary); "Assessing Oracy and Literacy in Bilingual Students: Getting the Whole Picture" (L. Lewis-White); "Mentoring Teachers in Professional Development School Learn from Student Interns" (S.D. Lenski); "Improving Elementary Teachers' Ability to Implement Reading Strategies in Their Teaching of Science Content" (W.D. Nichols; W.H. Rupley; S.L. Mergen); "Multiple Views of Case Teaching: Teacher Educators Reflect on Their Teaching Practices" (V. Risko; K. Camperell; L. Degler; M. Eanet; J. Richards); "When Teachers Change Alone: Case Studies of Literacy Teachers in a Non-Supportive School Environment" (P. Bloem; J. Peck; E. Newton; A.L. Williams; V.P. Duling); "Portfolios, Learning Logs, and Eulogies: Using Expressive Writing in a Science Methods Class" (D. Deal); "The Multicultural Fair: a Celebration of Diversity An Innovative Approach to Teacher Education" (D. Stuart; M.G. Pershey; L.D. Hayes); "Insights in Implementing Family Literacy Programs" (J. Anderson; W.T. Fagan; M. Cronin); "Collegiality in Higher Education: Taking the Risk and Making It Work" (S. Popplewell; L. Martin; S. Kragler; V. Hall); "The Influence of Portfolio Selection on Reflective Thinking" (D. Truscott and B.J. Walker); and "It Takes an Informed Village to Make Positive Changes" (S. Kragler; V. Hall; C. Walker; M. Craig; B. Goerss; R. Murry). Individual papers contain references. (Nka)
Growing literacy : the eighteenth yearbook : a peer reviewed ; publication of the College Reading Association 1996( Book )

1 edition published in 1996 in English and held by 328 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Journal of the reading specialist( )

in English and held by 325 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Pathways for literacy : learners teach and teachers learn by Elizabeth G Sturtevant( Book )

7 editions published in 1994 in English and held by 324 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This 1994 yearbook presents 24 papers and a summary of the dissertation award winner "Overcoming Misconceptions about Science Beliefs" (G. Qian). Papers are: "The Roots of Reading: Preserving the Heritage of a Profession" (N.A. Stahl and others; "cra Professional Programs and Progress: a Personal Twenty-Five Year Perspective" (James E. Walker); "The Cohesiveness of Preservice and Inservice Teachers' Whole Language Perceptions and the Information Sources Contributing to This Knowledge" (R.J. Rickelman and others); "Change as a Process: a View of an Instructor and Her Students" (M.B. Sampson and W.M. Linek); "Preservice Teacher's Epistemology of Diagnostic Reading Instruction: Observations of Shifts During Coursework Experience (Barbara J. Walker and Kathy Roskos); "Analyzing Preservice Teachers' Efficacy Beliefs and Conceptions of Literacy Development" (R. Johnson and N.E. Hoffman); "Moving toward Change: One School's Experience" (J. Shapiro); "Mental Imagery, Text Illustrations, and Reading Comprehension of Adult Readers" (B.J. Walker and others); "Workplace Literacy: Why Participants Dropped Out of School and Why They Remain in a Workplace Program" (S.B. Merlin); "The Creation of Writing/Reading Intensive Discipline-Specific Courses (A. Friedman and J. Resnick); "Processes and Learning Strategies: What Works for Postsecondary Students" (YeVette McWhorter); and "Writer's Block: a Case Study of Holistic Intervention Using Reader Response and Metacognitive Writing Tasks" (E.V. Newton); "Using Technology in Support of Preservice Teachers' Generative Learning" (V.J. Risko and others); "Authentic Contexts for Learning to Teach: Approximation and Feedback in Field-Based Preservice Literacy Courses" (M.E. Robbins and L. Patterson); "The Efficacy of a Site-Based Literacy Methods Course Developed within the Context of a School-University Partnership" (S. Lefever-Davis and J.P. Helfeldt); "Literature-Based Instruction in Preservice Teacher Education" (M. Craig and others); "Classroom Research in Cooperative Learning: Assessing Methodology in a Teaching of Reading Course" (J. Elliot and B. Illig); Using Peer Coaching To Provide Additional Feedback to Preservice Teachers of Reading in an Early Field Experience (Nancy A. Anderson and others); "The Research Process of Eighth-Grade Students" (S.J. Davis and M.A. Wham); "Increasing Story Recall through Prereading Instruction: Use of Advanced Organizers Combined with Teacher-Guided Discussion" (S.D. Rinehart and others); "Read to Me? A Program Designed To Enhance Children's Attitudes toward Reading through Teacher and Parent Read Alouds" (J.E. Barnhart and M.A. Wham); "Storymates: a Cross-Age Reading Program" (B.J. Fox); and "Curriculum, Instruction, and Evaluation in Ohio's Family Literacy Programs" (N.D. Padak). (Rs)
Celebrating the freedom of literacy : the twenty-fifth yearbook : a peer reviewed publication of the College Reading Association( Book )

3 editions published in 2003 in English and held by 321 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Generations of literacy : the seventeenth yearbook of the College Reading Association by Wayne M Linek( Book )

7 editions published in 1995 in English and held by 318 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Offering voices and perspectives from multiple generations of literacy educators, this yearbook includes articles which represent an assortment of literary styles and paradigms. Articles and their authors are: "Motivation Matters" (L.B. Gambrell, keynote address); "The Use of Cloze as a Measure of the Interactive Use of Prior Knowledge and Comprehension Strategies" (V. Ridgeway); "The Effects of Unfamiliar Words on the Processing of Propositions in Connected Discourse" (R. Reese); "Reading from the Rear View Mirror" (J. Veatch); "Reflection on Jeannette Veatch" (R.B. Cooter, Jr.); "My Experiences as a Literacy Education" (I.E. Aaron); "Reflection on Ira Aaron" (T.V. Rasinski); "The Freedom to Teach: a Glipmpse of Schooling and Reading Instruction in Today's Russia" (C.M. King and others); "Case Studies of Teacher Change from Conventional to Holistic Literacy Instruction" (M.A. Wuthrick); "Preservice Teacher's Perceptions of Portfolio Assessment in Reading/Language Arts Coursework" (M.T. Craig and A.G. Leavell); "Terminology: An Issue in Literacy Assessment" (C. Gillespie and others); "Writing Workshop: Is It a Reality in the Classroom?" (B.A. Illig and others); "Encouraging College Students to Meet the Adult Literacy Challenge" (J.S. Richardson); "Workplace Literacy Participants: What Impact Has ged Completion Had on Their Lives?" (S.B. Merlin); "The Effects of Perceptions of Failure and Test Instructions on Test Performance of Community College Students" (L. Maimon); "College Students' Perception of Effective and Ineffective Literature Instruction" (E.V. Newton); "Using Videodisc-Based Cases to Promote Preservice Teachers' Problem Solving and Mental Model Building" (V.J. Risko); "Field Experience Components in Secondary Content Reading Courses: a National Survey" (R.S. Johnson and S.D. Rinehart); "Literature Infusion: a Shot in the Arm for Elementary Methods Courses" (C. Briggs and T.K. Stiefer); "Using Portfolios to Enable Undergraduate Pre-Service Teachers to Construct Personal Theories of Literacy" (J.M. Wile); "Explorers of the Universe: a Pilot Case Study" (M.C. Alvarez and W.J. Rodriguez); "Children as Literacy Researchers" (L.C. Burkey and others); "Eighth-Grade Students' Use of Concept Circle Diagrams for Meaningful Learning from Science Text" (C.H. Nobles and B.C. Konopak); "How Parents Perceive Literacy Acquisition: a Cross-Cultural Study" (J. Anderson); "Parents' Perceptions of Young Children's Awareness of Environmental Print" (G.L. Shaffer and G.H. McNinch); "Home Literacy Environment and Young Children's Literacy Knowledge and Behavior" (J. Shapiro); "Fast Start: a Parental Involvement Reading Program for Primary Grade Students" (T.V. Rasinski); and "Listening to Learners: Dialogue Journals in a Family Literacy Program" (P.E. Linder and L. Elish-Piper). Most papers contain references. (Nka)
Mentoring literacy professionals : continuing the spirit of CRA/ALER after 50 years( Book )

4 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 306 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

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