Herbert J. Rieth

Special Education University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
Special Education, Technology of Education
"Herbert Rieth"


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Sujatha S. Hampton grad student 2000 UT Austin
Suhng-June Hur grad student 2001 UT Austin
Maria Kaylor grad student 2003 UT Austin
Luther L. Baker grad student 2004 UT Austin
Jennifer A. Dix grad student 2007 UT Austin
Yusung Heo grad student 2007 UT Austin
Cathy N. Thomas grad student 2008 UT Austin
Berenice de la Cruz grad student 2009 UT Austin
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Thomas CN, Hassaram B, Rieth HJ, et al. (2012) The integrated curriculum project: Teacher change and student outcomes within a university-school professional development collaboration Psychology in the Schools. 49: 444-464
Thomas CN, Rieth HJ. (2011) A Research Synthesis of the Literature on Multimedia Anchored Instruction in Preservice Teacher Education. Journal of Special Education Technology. 26: 1-22
Rieth HJ, Bryant DP, Kinzer CK, et al. (2003) An analysis of the impact of anchored instruction on teaching and learning activities in two ninth-grade language arts classes Remedial and Special Education. 24: 173-184
Glaser CW, Rieth HJ, Kinzer CK, et al. (1999) A Description of the Impact of Multimedia Anchored Instruction on Classroom Interactions Journal of Special Education Technology. 14: 27-43
Kinzer CK, Gabella MS, Rieth HJ. (1994) An argument for using multimedia and anchored instruction to facilitate mildly disabled students' learning of literacy and social studies Technology and Disability. 3: 148-157
Fuchs LS, Bahr CM, Rieth HJ. (1989) Effects of goal structures and performance contingencies on the math performance of adolescents with learning disabilities Journal of Learning Disabilities. 22: 554-560
Okolo CM, Rieth HJ, Bahr CM. (1989) Microcomputer implementation in secondary special education programs: A study of special educators; mildly handicapped adolescents; and administrators' perspectives The Journal of Special Education. 23: 107-117
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