Journal of Learning Disabilities Virtual Abstracts

Posted: 12/17/2020 - 5:11pm

The National Center on Improving Literacy (NCIL) has partnered with the Journal of Learning Disabilities to produce virtual abstracts for articles in the Special Series: Identifying and Serving Students with Learning Disabilities, Including Dyslexia, in the Context of Multi-tiered Supports and Response to Intervention.

The articles in this special series are intended to identify positive innovations for improving outcomes for students with learning disabilities, including dyslexia. They also discuss concerns about identifying and supporting students with learning disabilities and ideas for promoting academic success through tiered systems of support.

The visual abstracts were created by NCIL to depict the main ideas of each article. Click each image to enlarge and share on social media.

A Critical Role of Word Reading as a Predictor of Response to Intervention
A Critical Role of Word Reading as a Predictor of Response to Intervention
A Snapshot of RTI Implementation a Decade Later: New Picture, Same Story
A Snapshot of RTI Implementation a Decade Later: New Picture, Same Story
A Common Family Factor Underlying Language Difficulties and Internalizing Problems: Findings From a Population-Based Sibling Study
A Common Family Factor Underlying Language Difficulties and Internalizing Problems: Findings From a Population-Based Sibling Study
Dynamic Assessment for Identifying Spanish-Speaking English Learners' Risk for Mathematics Disabilities: Does Language of Administration Matter?
Dynamic Assessment for Identifying Spanish-Speaking English Learners' Risk for Mathematics Disabilities: Does Language of Administration Matter?
Characteristics of Students Identifies with Dyslexia Within the Context of State Legislation
Characteristics of Students Identifies with Dyslexia Within the Context of State Legislation
The Critical Role of Instructional Response for Identifying Dyslexia and Other Learning Disabilities
The Critical Role of Instructional Response for Identifying Dyslexia and Other Learning Disabilities
The Prevalence of Dyslexia: A new Approach to Its Estimation
The Prevalence of Dyslexia: A New Approach to Its Estimation

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