Karen R. Harris

Affiliations: 
Special Education University of Maryland, College Park, College Park, MD 
Area:
Special Education, Curriculum and Instruction Education
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Wijekumar KK, Beerwinkle AL, Harris KR, et al. (2019) Etiology of teacher knowledge and instructional skills for literacy at the upper elementary grades. Annals of Dyslexia
Graham S, Harris KR. (2016) A Path to Better Writing: Evidence-Based Practices in the Classroom Reading Teacher. 69: 359-365
Graham S, Harris KR, Santangelo T. (2015) Research-based writing practices and the Common Core: Meta-analysis and meta-synthesis Elementary School Journal. 115: 498-522
Graham S, Harris KR. (2015) Common core state standards and writing: Introduction to The Special Issue Elementary School Journal. 115: 457-463
Graham S, Hebert M, Harris KR. (2015) Formative assessment and writing: A meta-analysis Elementary School Journal. 115: 523-547
Harris KR, Graham S, Adkins M. (2015) Practice-based professional development and Self-Regulated Strategy Development for Tier 2, at-risk writers in second grade Contemporary Educational Psychology. 40: 5-16
Brindle M, Graham S, Harris KR, et al. (2015) Third and fourth grade teacher’s classroom practices in writing: a national survey Reading and Writing
Graham SE, Harris KR. (2014) Conducting high quality writing intervention research: Twelve recommendations Journal of Writing Research. 6: 89-123
Ennis RP, Harris KR, Lane KL, et al. (2014) Lessons learned from implementing self-regulated strategy development with students with emotional and behavioral disorders in alternative educational settings Behavioral Disorders. 40: 68-77
Harris KR, Graham S. (2013) "An adjective is a word hanging down from a noun": learning to write and students with learning disabilities. Annals of Dyslexia. 63: 65-79
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