John Sabatini
John Sabatini
Institute for Intelligent Systems, University of Memphis
Verified email at memphis.edu
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Basic Reading Skills and the Literacy of America's Least Literate Adults: Results from the 2003 National Assessment of Adult Literacy (NAAL) Supplemental Studies. NCES 2009-481.
J Baer, M Kutner, J Sabatini, S White
National Center for Education Statistics, 2009
1592009
Reading comprehension: A conceptual framework from word meaning to text meaning
C Perfetti, SM Adlof
Measuring up: Advances in how we assess reading ability, 3-20, 2012
1522012
Relationships among reading skills of adults with low literacy
JP Sabatini, Y Sawaki, JR Shore, HS Scarborough
Journal of learning disabilities 43 (2), 122-138, 2010
1332010
Efficiency in word reading of adults: Ability group comparisons
JP Sabatini
Scientific Studies of Reading 6 (3), 267-298, 2002
942002
Adults with low proficiency in literacy or numeracy
A Grotlüschen, D Mallows, S Reder, J Sabatini
OECD, 2016
802016
Differences in text structure and its implications for assessment of struggling readers
P Deane, KM Sheehan, J Sabatini, Y Futagi, I Kostin
Scientific Studies of Reading 10 (3), 257-275, 2006
792006
Integrating scenario‐based and component reading skill measures to understand the reading behavior of struggling readers
JP Sabatini, T O'Reilly, LK Halderman, K Bruce
Learning Disabilities Research & Practice 29 (1), 36-43, 2014
722014
Relative effectiveness of reading intervention programs for adults with low literacy
JP Sabatini, J Shore, S Holtzman, HS Scarborough
Journal of research on educational effectiveness 4 (2), 118-133, 2011
632011
Method and system for automatic generation of adapted content to facilitate reading skill development for language learners
JC Burstein, J Sabatini, J Shore, M Ventura
US Patent 8,239,762, 2012
622012
Examining the relationship between word reading efficiency and oral reading rate in predicting comprehension among different types of readers
SH Eason, J Sabatini, L Goldberg, K Bruce, LE Cutting
Scientific Studies of reading 17 (3), 199-223, 2013
612013
Reading for understanding: How performance moderators and scenarios impact assessment design
T O'Reilly, J Sabatini
ETS Research Report Series 2013 (2), i-47, 2013
572013
Designing reading comprehension assessments for reading interventions: How a theoretically motivated assessment can serve as an outcome measure
T O’Reilly, J Weeks, J Sabatini, L Halderman, J Steinberg
Educational Psychology Review 26 (3), 403-424, 2014
532014
Preliminary reading literacy assessment framework: Foundation and rationale for assessment and system design
J Sabatini, T O'Reilly, P Deane
ETS Research Report Series 2013 (2), i-50, 2013
432013
Middle school reading assessment: Measuring what matters under a RTI framework
T O'reilly, J Sabatini, K Bruce, S Pillarisetti, C McCormick
Reading Psychology 33 (1-2), 162-189, 2012
432012
Teacher Perspectives on the Adult Education Profession: National Survey Findings about an Emerging Profession.
JP Sabatini, M Daniels, L Ginsburg, K Limeul, M Russell, R Stites
National Center on Adult Literacy/International Literacy Institute …, 2000
412000
Automated Scoring of Summary-Writing Tasks Designed to Measure Reading Comprehension.
N Madnani, J Burstein, J Sabatini, T O'Reilly
Grantee Submission, 2013
402013
Broadening the scope of reading comprehension using scenario-based assessments: Preliminary findings and challenges
JP Sabatini, T O’reilly, L Halderman, K Bruce
LAnnee psychologique 114 (4), 693-723, 2014
392014
Word reading efficiency, text reading fluency, and reading comprehension among Chinese learners of English
X Jiang, Y Sawaki, J Sabatini
Reading Psychology 33 (4), 323-349, 2012
392012
The automated text adaptation tool
J Burstein, J Shore, J Sabatini, YW Lee, M Ventura
Proceedings of Human Language Technologies: The Annual Conference of the …, 2007
372007
Rationale for a New Generation of Reading Comprehension Assessments.
J Sabatini, T O'Reilly
Grantee Submission, 2013
362013
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