Notes This document was scanned and converted via OCR software from the original mimeographed record by Paul Dennis **Carnine** 4-9 June 24, 2004. Updates to the original 1947 material were added at that time.

The **Carnine** Order (**Carnine** et al 2004) sets out a very effective sequence for this approach, although it includes upper-case as well as lower-case letters.

8 Douglas **Carnine** This report suggested that the NIE conduct an evaluation emphasizing an ethnographic or descriptive case-study approach because " the audience for Follow Through evaluations is an audience of teachers that doesn't need statistical finding of experiments to decide how best to teach ...

Teaching Problem-Solving Strategies for Word Problems to Students with Learning Disabilities Bernadette Kelly and Douglas **Carnine** University of Oregon Studies of students with learning disabilities (LD) disclose extensive underachievement in mathematics, including problem-solving.

The authors of these kinds of programs acknowledge the importance of "big ideas" (**Carnine** et al., 1997; Kameenui & **Carnine**, 1998), and this dimension needs to be a consistent feature of rational number instruction.

Developing automaticity 27 Donald B. Crawford, Ph.D. Otter Creek Institute Stein, M., Silbert, J., & **Carnine**, D. (1997) Designing Effective Mathematics Instruction: ...

Abstract: This paper provides an overview and research summary of Direct Instruction (DI) mathematics programs, specifically DIS-TAR Arithmetic I and II (Engelmann & **Carnine**, 1975, 1976), Corrective Mathematics (Engelmann & **Carnine**, 1982), and Connecting Math Concepts ( CMC ; Engelmann, **Carnine** ...

THE INTERACTION OF READING SKILLS AND SCIENCE CONTENT KNOWLEDGE WHEN TEACHING STRUGGLING SECONDARY STUDENTS Linda **Carnine** **Carnine** and Associates, Eugene, Oregon, USA

School Psychology Review Volume Z3, No. 3, 1994, pp. 406-427 MATHEMATICS: EDUCATIONAL TOOLS FOR DIVERSE LEARNERS Doug **Carnine** Eric D. Jones University of Oregon Bowling Green State University Robert Dixon University of Oregon Abstract: The problems diverse learners have in mathematics are ...

Evans and **Carnine** as well as Scott (1993) suggest bypassing the concrete stage and teaching math computation using a semiabstract method of instruction. Scott ...