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Sharon Vaughn mainly investigates Reading, Mathematics education, Learning disability, Special education and Reading comprehension. Sharon Vaughn has researched Reading in several fields, including Psychological intervention, Comprehension, Intervention, Developmental psychology and Fluency. In her work, Just in Time Teaching and Peer relationships is strongly intertwined with Scale, which is a subfield of Mathematics education.
Her Learning disability research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Mainstreaming and Primary education. Her Special education research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Inclusion, Feeling and Medical education. Her study in the field of Reciprocal teaching is also linked to topics like Corporate social responsibility.
Her primary areas of study are Reading, Mathematics education, Reading comprehension, Learning disability and Developmental psychology. Her Reading study incorporates themes from Psychological intervention, Intervention, Response to intervention, Pedagogy and Fluency. Her Mathematics education research integrates issues from Professional development, Perception and Literacy.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Comprehension, Vocabulary, Vocabulary development, Cooperative learning and Social studies in addition to Reading comprehension. As a member of one scientific family, Sharon Vaughn mostly works in the field of Learning disability, focusing on Special education and, on occasion, Medical education. Her research integrates issues of Test and Dyslexia in her study of Developmental psychology.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Reading, Reading comprehension, Intervention, Mathematics education and Developmental psychology. Her Reading research includes themes of Psychological intervention, Cognitive psychology, At-risk students and Achievement test. Her work deals with themes such as Comprehension, Vocabulary, Vocabulary development, Learning disability and Fluency, which intersect with Reading comprehension.
She interconnects Special education, Data collection and Medical education in the investigation of issues within Intervention. The Mathematics education study combines topics in areas such as Inference, Literacy and Reading disability. Her study focuses on the intersection of Developmental psychology and fields such as Response to intervention with connections in the field of Predictive validity and Quantile regression.
Her primary areas of investigation include Reading, Reading comprehension, Intervention, Developmental psychology and Learning disability. Her Reading study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Literacy. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Listening comprehension, Comprehension, Achievement test, Vocabulary and Fluency.
Her Intervention research includes elements of Psychological intervention, Educational research, At-risk students, Medical education and Special education. Sharon Vaughn has included themes like Mathematics education, Computer-Assisted Instruction, Test and Clinical psychology in her Learning disability study. Her Mathematics education study combines topics in areas such as Context and Dyslexia.
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Focus Group Interviews in Education and Psychology
Sharon Vaughn;Jeanne Shay Schumm;Jane Sinagub.
Redefining Learning Disabilities as Inadequate Response to Instruction: The Promise and Potential Problems
Sharon Vaughn;Lynn S. Fuchs.
Learning Disabilities Research and Practice (2003)
Strategies for Teaching Students with Learning and Behavior Problems
Candace S. Bos;Sharon Vaughn.
A Synthesis of Research on Effective Interventions for Building Reading Fluency with Elementary Students with Learning Disabilities
David J. Chard;Sharon Vaughn;Brenda Jean Tyler.
Journal of Learning Disabilities (2002)
Response to Instruction as a Means of Identifying Students with Reading/Learning Disabilities:
Sharon Vaughn;Sylvia Linan-Thompson;Peggy Hickman.
Exceptional Children (2003)
How effective are one-to-one tutoring programs in reading for elementary students at risk for reading failure? A meta-analysis of the intervention research
Batya Elbaum;Sharon Vaughn;Marie Tejero Hughes;Sally Watson Moody.
Journal of Educational Psychology (2000)
A Synthesis of Reading Interventions and Effects on Reading Comprehension Outcomes for Older Struggling Readers
Meaghan S. Edmonds;Sharon Vaughn;Jade Wexler;Colleen Reutebuch.
Review of Educational Research (2009)
The Underlying Message in LD Intervention Research: Findings from Research Syntheses
Sharon Vaughn;Russell Gersten;David J. Chard.
Exceptional Children (2000)
Response to Intervention: Preventing and Remediating Academic Difficulties
Jack M Fletcher;Sharon Vaughn.
Child Development Perspectives (2009)
Graphic Organizers and Their Effects on the Reading Comprehension of Students with LD A Synthesis of Research
Ae Hwa Kim;Sharon Vaughn;Jeanne Wanzek;Shangjin Wei.
Journal of Learning Disabilities (2004)
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