Presented at: PCRC (February 2012, Coronado, CA)

PCRC – (February 2012, Coronado, CA).
The Pacific Coast Research Conference is for researchers concerned about teaching, learning, and schooling for students with mild to moderate disabilities. PCRC is a unique research meeting, characterized by intensity and informality. The meeting runs from Thursday evening until Saturday night; sessions are two hours in length. PCRC is distinguished by the high quality of research presented, an informality that promotes effective and vigorous participation and interaction, and an opportunity to discuss controversial topics or works in progress.
     An exploration of growth models for within-year grade 5 oral reading fluency. (Poster presentation).
     Nese, J. F. T., Kamata, A., Nese, R. N. T., Park, B. J., Tindal, G.      ORF_GrowthModelsPerspective_Nese_ETAL    
     Validating progress monitoring in the context of RTI. (Panel discussion and paper presentation). Tindal, G.
     Nese, J. F. T., Sáez, L., & Alonzo, J.,      ProgMonInRTI_Tindal_ETAL