Publications

Published

Holder, A. (2017). The Effectiveness of Repeated Reading on Increasing the Reading Fluency of Struggling Readers. International Research in Higher Education, 2(2), 4. doi.org/10.5430/irhe.v2n2p74

Holder, A. (2017). Reading Teachers’ Perceptions of the Factors that Impact Reading Achievement. American International Journal of Humanities and Social Science/Center for Global Research Development (CGRD),, 3(2), 8.

Holder, A. (2017). Reading Teachers’ and Administrators’ Perceptions of the Factors that Promote or Inhibit Reading Achievement in Selected North Carolina Elementary Schools. Proquest.

Holder, A. (2017). Elementary Administrators’ Exploring the Factors That Promote or Inhibit Reading Achievement. Journal of Research Initiatives, 3(1).

 

 In Progress

“Creating and Using Digital Notebooks for CORE Subjects”
Research shows that going digital enhances student engagement and performance. Digital notebooks help students to personalize and individualize learning along with increasing collaboration with teachers and peers. Students may express their thinking through videos, apps, text, and pictures. Digital notebooks enable teachers to create learning templates to drive instruction and students are able to layer information on top of each other. In addition, students are able to hyperlink to third party apps. After the session, attendees will have all the tools they need to implement digital notebooks with confidence and ease.

i-Ready/Early Intervention Program Evaluation
Researchers track i-Ready data to determine the effectiveness of the program’s impact in public schools.

“5 Ways to Promote Engagement in the Online IHE Classroom”
It is critical that instructors realize that online teaching is so much more than simply posting lecture presentations and having students respond to a few questions in the discussion thread.