Her primary scientific interests are in Reading, Mathematics education, Primary education, Developmental psychology and Vocabulary development. Her studies in Reading integrate themes in fields like Cognitive psychology and Self perception. Her Mathematics education study often links to related topics such as Curriculum.
Her Primary education research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Special education, Academic achievement and Early reading. Barbara A. Wasik interconnects Head start, Language development and Literacy in the investigation of issues within Vocabulary development. Her Literacy research entails a greater understanding of Pedagogy.
Her primary areas of study are Mathematics education, Pedagogy, Early childhood, Vocabulary and Vocabulary development. Many of her studies on Mathematics education apply to Affect as well. Her Pedagogy research focuses on Reading and how it connects with Cognitive psychology.
Her Early childhood study also includes fields such as
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mathematics education, Vocabulary, Vocabulary development, Teaching method and Medical education. The study of Mathematics education is intertwined with the study of Vocabulary learning in a number of ways. Her Vocabulary research incorporates elements of Language development and Head start.
The Head start study combines topics in areas such as Pedagogy, Literacy learning, Phonemic awareness and Book reading. Her research in Vocabulary development focuses on subjects like Professional development, which are connected to Educational technology and Technology integration. Her Teaching method study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Interpersonal communication, Circle time and Preschool education.
Her primary areas of investigation include Vocabulary, Early childhood education, Wait time, Circle time and Preschool education. Her Vocabulary research incorporates themes from Developmental psychology, Free play, Sociology of Education and Language acquisition. Her Early childhood education research includes elements of Head start and Book reading.
Her Wait time investigation overlaps with other disciplines such as Professional development, Reading skills, Teacher education, Vocabulary development and Mathematics education. Her research integrates issues of Interpersonal communication, Teaching method and Medical education in her study of Circle time.
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The development of strategic readers.
Scott G. Paris;Barbara A. Wasik;Julianne C. Turner.
The Effects of a Language and Literacy Intervention on Head Start Children and Teachers
Barbara A. Wasik;Mary Alice Bond;Annemarie H. Hindman.
Journal of Educational Psychology (2006)
Beyond the Pages of a Book: Interactive Book Reading and Language Development in Preschool Classrooms.
Barbara A. Wasik;Mary Alice Bond.
Journal of Educational Psychology (2001)
A social model for health promotion for an aging population: initial evidence on the Experience Corps model.
Linda P. Fried;Michelle C. Carlson;Marc Freedman;Kevin D. Frick.
Journal of Urban Health-bulletin of The New York Academy of Medicine (2004)
Preventing Early Reading Failure with One-to-One Tutoring: A Review of Five Programs.
Barbara A. Wasik;Robert E. Slavin.
Reading Research Quarterly (1993)
Role of Conceptual Knowledge in Mathematical Procedural Learning
James P. Byrnes;Barbara A. Wasik.
Developmental Psychology (1991)
Improving Vocabulary and Pre-Literacy Skills of At-Risk Preschoolers Through Teacher Professional Development
Barbara A. Wasik;Annemarie H. Hindman.
Journal of Educational Psychology (2011)
Success for All: Longitudinal Effects of a Restructuring Program for Inner-City Elementary Schools
Nancy A. Madden;Robert E. Slavin;Nancy L. Karweit;Lawrence J. Dolan.
American Educational Research Journal (1993)
Success for All: A Summary of Research
Robert E. Slavin;Nancy A. Madden;Lawrence J. Dolan;Barbara A. Wasik.
Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk (jespar) (1996)
Volunteer Tutoring Programs in Reading: A Review
Barbara A. Wasik.
Reading Research Quarterly (1998)
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