The STAR research review is conducted annually to identify developments in reading research related to STAR training and technical assistance.
The 2018 Research Review looks at the following articles:
- Adults with poor reading skills and the inferences they make during reading.
- Building background knowledge through reading.
- Educational attainment: Limited implications for adult literacy learners.
- Effective teacher professional development.
- How less-skilled adult readers experience word-reading.
- Morpho-phonemic analysis boosts word reading for adult struggling readers.
- Performance and beliefs: Two assessments of literacy learners in prison, Parts I & II.
- Readers in adult basic education: Component skills, eye movements, and fluency.
- Reading fluency and college readiness.
- Research updates: Reading, numeracy, and language education.
- Rethinking text sets.
- The effect of context on processing words during sentence reading among adults varying in age and literacy skill.
- Using the PIACC Literacy Framework to guide instruction: An introduction for adult educators.
Evidence-Based Reading Instruction (EBRI)