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Early Interventions in Reading Level K, Activity Book

Early Interventions in Reading Level K, Activity Book

National Edition
MHID: 0021146659 | ISBN 13: 9780021146659
Grades: K - 3

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Early Interventions in Reading Activity Books (A, B, and C)  provide skills development and related practice for every lesson.

Title ISBN 13 Price
EIR Teacher Material Package Grade K Subassembly 9780021232987 $1237.44
ISBN 13
9780021232987
Price
$1237.44

About the Author

Patricia Mathes

The Texas Instruments Endowed Chair of Reading and Director of the Institute for Reading Research at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. A former classroom and reading teacher who received her Ph.D. in 1992 from Peabody College of Vanderbilt University in Education and Human Development, Dr. Mathes has served on the faculties of Developmental Pediatrics at the University of Texas—Houston Medical School, the College of Education at Florida State University, and Peabody College for Teachers at Vanderbilt University.

  • Since 1991, Patricia has been conducting large-scale classroom-based reading intervention research with funding from multiple sources, including the U.S. Office of Education, the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, and the National Science Foundation, as well as state agencies.
  • Author of numerous articles, chapters, books, and curricular materials related to learning and reading disabilities, accommodating academic diversity, and best practices for struggling readers.
  • Serves on the editorial boards of several scholarly journals and provides nationwide teacher and staff development focused on translating research into practice.
  • Awards and recognition include:
    • The Interpretive Scholarship Award from the American Educational Research Association in 2002
    • The Distinguished Early Career Researcher award from the Council for Exceptional Children in 2001