Dina Feitelson Research Award

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Dina Feitelson Research Award
Awarded for An outstanding empirical study published in English in a refereed journal
Presented by International Reading Association
First awarded 1997
Official website http://www.reading.org/Resources/AwardsandGrants/research_feitelson.aspx

The Dina Feitelson Research Award is an award established in 1997 by the International Reading Association to honor the memory of Dina Feitelson, the Israeli educator, who died in 1992.

Criteria for award[edit]

The award recognizes an outstanding empirical study published in English in a refereed journal. The work should report on one or more aspects of literacy acquisition, such as phonemic awareness, the alphabetic principle, bilingualism, or cross-cultural studies of beginning reading.[1]

Works may be submitted by the author or anyone else.

List of recipients[edit]

Year Recipients[1] Works
1997 Darlene M. Tangel

Benita A. Blachman

“Effect of Phoneme Awareness Instruction on the Invented Spelling of First-Grade Children: A One-Year Follow-Up”, Journal of Reading Behavior (vol. 27, no. 2)
1998 Peter J. Hatcher

Charles Hulme

Andrew W. Ellis

“Ameliorating Early Reading Failure by Integrating the Teaching of Reading and Phonological Skills: The Phonological Linkage Hypothesis”, Child Development (vol. 65)
1999 William E. Tunmer

James W. Chapman

“A Longitudinal Study of Beginning Reading Achievement and Reading Self-Concept”, British Journal of Educational Psychology (vol. 67)
2000 Jill Fitzgerald

George W. Noblit

“About Hopes, Aspirations, and Uncertainty: First-Grade English-Language Learners’ Emergent Reading”, Journal of Literacy Research (vol. 31, no. 2)
2001 Susan B. Neuman “Books Make a Difference: A Study of Access to Literacy”, Reading Research Quarterly (vol. 34, no. 3)[2]
2002 Nell K. Duke “3.6 Minutes Per Day: The Scarcity of Informational Texts in First Grade”, Reading Research Quarterly (vol. 35, no. 2)[3]
2003 Barbara A. Wasik

Mary Alice Bond

“Beyond the Pages of a Book: Interactive Book Reading and Language Development in Preschool Classrooms”, Journal of Educational Psychology (vol. 93)
2004 Anne McGill Franzen

Ellen Adams

Cynthia Lanford

“Learning to be Literate: A Comparison of Five Urban Early Childhood Programs”, Journal of Educational Psychology (vol. 94, no. 3)
2005 Darrell Morris

Janet W. Bloodgood

Richard G. Lomax

Jan Perney

“Developmental Steps in Learning to Read: A Longitudinal Study in Kindergarten and First Grade”, Reading Research Quarterly (vol. 38, no. 3)[4]
2006 Carol McDonald Connor

Frederick J. Morrison

Leslie E. Katch

“Beyond the Reading Wars: Exploring the Effect of Child-Instruction Interactions on Growth in Early Reading”, Scientific Studies of Reading (vol. 8))
2007 Terrence Tivnanto

Lowry Hemphill

“Comparing Four Literacy Reform Models in High-Poverty Stricken Schools: Patterns of First-Grade Achievement”, The Elementary School Journal (vol. 105)
2008 Pia Rebello Britto

Jeanne Brooks-Gunn

Terri M. Griffin

“Maternal Reading and Teaching Patterns: Associations With School Readiness in Low-Income African American Families”, Reading Research Quarterly (vol. 41, no. 1)[5]
2009 Catherine F. Compton-Lilly “The Complexities of Reading Capital in Two Puerto Rican Families”, Reading Research Quarterly (vol. 42, no. 1)[6]
2010 Deborah Wells Rowe "The Social Construction of Intentionality: Two-Year-Olds’ and Adults’ Participation at a Preschool Writing Center", Research in the Teaching of English (vol. 42, no. 4)
2011 Lisa Hammett Price

Anne van Kleec

Carl J. Huberty

"Talk During Book Sharing Between Parents and Preschool Children: A Comparison Between Storybook and Expository Book Conditions", Reading Research Quarterly (Vol. 44, No 2)
2012 Sheila W. Valencia

Antony T. Smith

Anne M. Reece

Min Li[disambiguation needed]

Karen K. Wixson

Heather Newman

"Oral Reading Fluency Assessment: Issues of Construct, Criterion, and Consequential Validity", Reading Research Quarterly (Vol. 4)
2013 Michael J. Kieffer "Converging Trajectories: Reading Growth in Language Minority Learners and Their Classmates, Kindergarten to Grade 8", American Educational Research Journal (Vol. 48 No. 5)
2014 Shayne B. Piasta

Yaacov Petscher

Laura Justice

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