Resource Database

Looking for additional research- and evidence-based resources? The FCRR Resource Database pulls together over 650 materials from across the center’s numerous research, innovation, and engagement activities. Users can search available materials by resource type, project, and stakeholder audience. We invite you to continue learning and growing with FCRR.

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Career development research and theory suggest that growth in distinct areas is required to help adolescents develop strategically planned, adaptive, and proactive approaches to their post-high school transitions.
This video explains the self-study process as it relates to implementing evidence-based literacy practices.
In this video focused on the area of social presence, researcher Aimee Whiteside describes a few key concepts and strategies for helping online teachers to strengthen their relationships with students.
This video was developed by the REL SE Blended and Online Learning Research Alliance to provide an overview of several recent studies by researchers at Brigham-Young University in the area of online student attrition.
School readiness is an important issue for stakeholders across the country. Despite increased investments in interventions to support school readiness for children, large achievement gaps exist across income groups at school entry.
School readiness is an important issue for stakeholders across the country. Despite increased investments in interventions to support school readiness for children, large achievement gaps exist across income groups at school entry.
This video highlights components that help determine credibility when looking for high-quality research articles.
This video outlines several sources of information decision-makers may contend with when searching for information on improving student learning. Benefits and limitations of each source are discussed.
This video provides a brief overview of the Governing Board, research alliances and partnerships, dissemination activities, training, coaching, and technical assistance activities, applied research studies, and products and resources available.
This video illustrates the concepts of reliability and validity as they relate to evidence-based literacy practices.
Learning to read begins at home through everyday interactions with children, long before they attend school. These Family Activities with easy-to-follow instructions can help your child practice foundational reading skills.
With support from a trained facilitator, this PLC engages preschool teachers in regular, collaborative learning experiences to support their use of evidence-based language and literacy strategies when working with young children.
This tool was developed to assist school leaders in observing specific research-based practices during literacy instruction in grade 4–12 classrooms and students’ independent use or application of those practices.
The purpose of this self-study guide is to help adult literacy education providers collect, organize, and analyze evidence that they can use to improve program performance.
The purpose of this self-study guide is to increase the knowledge, skills, and ability of teachers to implement evidence-based instructional practices by improving the effectiveness of literacy coaching.
A suite of grade-specific Teacher’s Guides that certified teachers can use with families to encourage and facilitate literacy support for children at home.
Tool is designed to assist college instructors in building pre-service teachers’ knowledge of evidence-based strategies for helping students in kindergarten through grade 3 acquire the language and literacy skills to succeed academically.
Examination of the efficacy of a new curriculum designed to enhance the word knowledge of grade 5 students so as to improve reading achievement
A suite of grade-specific Teacher’s Guides that certified teachers can use with families to encourage and facilitate literacy support for children at home.
This video was produced in partnership with the Florida State University Office of Research and University Communications in support of the FSU's Big Bets institutional research campaign.
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Posted: April 26, 2021
This infographic explains the goals for the ReadNet project.
  • for Families
  • for Practitioners
  • for Students
This infographic focuses on how educators can help with teaching for career readiness and implementation of career-focused programs.
This infographic helps to decipher state education standards for the Southeast region.
This study explores whether neighborhood (that is, census tract) characteristics are associated with the quality rating scores of early childhood education sites in North Carolina