The Systematic Teaching and Recording Tactic (S.T.A.R.T.): A Generic Reading Strategy

Rogers, David C.; Deno, Stanley L.; Markell, Marc A.
November 2001
Intervention in School & Clinic;Nov2001, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p96
Academic Journal
Focuses on the systematic teaching and recording tactic (START) in the United States. Description of a reading intervention, START; Usage in conjunction with curriculum based measurement; Major components of the intervention.


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