A former elementary and middle grade teacher,
Timothy Rasinski is a professor of literacy education at
Kent State University. His work focuses on foundational
reading competencies (word recognition, vocabulary,
and fluency) and working with struggling readers.
James Nageldinger teaches literacy at Elmira College
in upstate NY, is the co-author of a book on reading
fluency and has presented on his research at numerous
national and international conferences. He is pleased to
have collaborated again with Drs Rasinski and Young.
Dr. Chase Young is an associate professor in the department
of Language, Literacy and Special Populations
at Sam Houston State University. Prior to entering
higher education, he taught second and third grades
and served as an elementary reading specialist.
Rasinski, Timothy; Nageldinger, James; and Young, Chase
"Reading Fluency Should Be Authentic Reading,"
Michigan Reading Journal: Vol. 49:
2, Article 11.
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