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Teaching Critical Reading Strategies (CREST) through an Intensive Professional Development Model
 
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Sailors, M. (2008). Supporting Teachers through an Intensive Professional Development Model. Corpus Christi, TX: CEDER Yearbook.

Sailors, M. (in press). Improving Comprehension Instruction through Quality Professional Development. In S. E. Israel & G. G. Duffy (Eds.).Handbook of Research on Reading Comprehension. To be published 2008.

Sailors, M., & Price, L. (under review). Sharing the Secrets of Comprehension with Our Students: Professional Development for Cognitive Reading Strategy Instruction. Manuscript submitted to Reading Research Quarterly.

Sailors, M. & Price, L. (draft). Supporting the Improvement of Practices through an Intensive Coaching (SIPIC): An empirically driven model. Manuscript to be submitted to the American Educational Research Journal. Anticipated date May 2008.

Sailors, M. & Henderson, S. (draft). A report on the state of affairs of reading comprehension instruction. Manuscript to be submitted to Journal of Literacy Research. Anticipated date July 2008.

Sailors, M. & Kaylor, M. (under development). Struggling Readers and the Use of Cognitive Reading Strategies. Manuscript to be submitted to Scientific Studies of Reading. Anticipated submission date August 2008.

Sailors, M. & Wright, R. (under development). Supporting the Improvement of Practices through an Intensive Coaching (SIPIC): Beliefs about the model by classroom teachers. Manuscript to be submitted to Action in Teacher Education. Anticipated date August 2008.

Sailors, M. & Henderson, S. (under development). The Language around Reading Comprehension Instruction. Manuscript to be submitted to The Reading Teacher.

Harmon, J., Sailors, M., Martinez, M., Henkin, R., &Keehn, S. (2006). Teaching Teachers to Teach Critical Reading Strategies through Intentional Instruction Professional Development Module Year 2. Unpublished Teacher Education Module. San Antonio, TX: The University of Texas at San Antonio.

Sailors, M., Harmon, J., Martinez, M., Henkin, R., &Keehn, S. (2005). Teaching Teachers to Teach Critical Reading Strategies through Intentional Instruction Professional Development Module Year 1. Unpublished Teacher Education Module. San Antonio, TX: The University of Texas at San Antonio.

Sailors, M. (2006).Learning to Mentor Classroom Teachers. Unpublished Teacher Education Module. San Antonio, TX: The University of Texas at San Antonio.

Sailors, M. (2006).Comprehension Instruction Observation Protocol: Capturing the Instructional Comprehension Practices of Classroom Teachers, Grades 2-8 and the Metacognition of their Students. Unpublished Training Module. San Antonio, TX: The University of Texas at San Antonio. AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

Presentations:

Sailors, M. (2008, June). Coaching as a viable mechanism for the professional development of classroom teachers. Poster to be presented at the Institute for Institute for Educational Sciences Conference and Meeting. Washington, DC.

Fraga, L., & Sailors, M. (2008, April). The need for electronic texts in a comprehension-based classroom. Paper to be presented at the 12th Annual Reading Conference, Texas A&M University–Corpus Christi. Corpus Christi, Texas.

Sailors, M. (2007, Sept.).Comprehension Instruction Observation Protocol: Capturing the Instructional Comprehension Practices of Classroom Teachers, Grades 2-8 and the Metacognition of their Students. Protocol presented at Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA.

Sailors, M. & Fraga, L. (2007, November). Effective coaching practices for the professional development of reading comprehension. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Texas State Reading Association.

Sailors, M. (2007, May). Considerations when Designing an Intensive Model of Professional Development for Reading Teachers. Paper presented at the 2007 Reading Research Conference of the International Reading Association. Montreal, Canada. [IRA Presidential Invitation]

Sailors, M. & Fraga, L. (2007, February). Determining readability of Webquests and why it is important. Paper to be presented at the Texas Computer Education Association. Austin, TX.

Fraga, L. & Sailors, M. (2007, June). Integrating cognitive reading strategies inside WebQuests. Presented a poster discussion at National Education Computing Conference. Atlanta, Georgia
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Sailors, M. & Fraga, L. (2007, June). Learning to teach critical reading strategies through an intensive model of professional development. Presented at the Institute for Institute for Educational Sciences Conference and Meeting. Washington, DC.

Fraga, L. & Sailors, M (2007, March) Integrating cognitive reading strategies inside WebQuests. Presented at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education, San Antonio, TX

Sailors, M. (2006, November). “It’s all about the kinds of questions I ask!”: Supporting Reading Teacher Learning through a Model of Intensive Professional Development. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Reading Conference. Los Angeles, CA.

Sailors, M. & Fraga, L. (2006, September). Learning to teach critical reading strategies through an intensive model of professional development. Paper to be presented at the Center for Research, Evaluation, and Advancement of Teacher Education. San Antonio, TX.

Sailors, M. (2006, February). Supporting teachers through an intensive professional development model. Paper presented at the fourth annual CEDER conference. Corpus Christi, Texas.
 

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