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Education Specialist (Ed.S)
Advanced Education Programs
Three male students with reading disabilities in a rural consolidated school district were tutored by paraprofessional who applied four error correction procedures. The purpose of the study was to determine which of the four procedures would have the largest impact on students' reading fluency. Using the number of students' correct words and error words per minute as the dependent variable, the results indicated that the students generally made more gains when the student and the paraprofessional read alternating paragraphs aloud, both in tutored and untutored material. Limitations of the study and recommendations for future research were also discussed.
Thielenhaus, Catherine, "Paraprofessional Tutoring: The Generalization Effects in Oral Reading Across Materials by Three Students with Learning Disabilities" (2007). Master's Theses. 3042.
Copyright 2007 Catherine R. Thielenhaus