Rhonda D. Miller

Rhonda D. Miller
Coastal Carolina University | CCU · College of Education

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Rhonda D. Miller currently works at the College of Education and Social Sciences, Coastal Carolina University. Rhonda does research in Language Acquisition, Teaching Methods and Literacy Interventions, and teacher preparation. Other research interests include culturally sustaining practices in the classroom.
Additional affiliations
August 2016 - present
Coastal Carolina University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
August 2014 - December 2015
Clemson University
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
Education
August 2019 - December 2019
University of Georgia
Field of study
  • Educational Interpretation

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Publications (16)
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Research suggests that English learners (ELs) with learning disabilities (LD) may benefit from culturally responsive evidence‐based instructional approaches. ELs with LD often present with learning challenges that influence language acquisition and literacy development. One way to address the distinctive proclivities of these students is to conside...
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With increasing demands for teacher accountability, today’s teachers are tasked with meeting both the academic and behavioral needs of their students. Being able to efficiently manage classroom behavior can maximize classroom time for instruction. In a multiple-probe across participants design study, we investigated the effects of content acquisiti...
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The Latinx population is the largest group of racially and ethnically diverse students in the United States. Although disproportionality in school discipline has been documented for Latinx students, findings related to such disparities have been inconsistent. We examined disciplinary exclusion practices involving students with and without disabilit...
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The Latinx population is the largest group of racially and ethnically diverse students in the United States. Although disproportionality in school discipline has been documented for Latinx students, findings related to such disparities have been inconsistent. We examined disciplinary exclusion practices involving students with and without disabilit...
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Classrooms are increasingly more diverse, and student success can be enhanced through family engagement, especially for culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) students with disabilities. Too often teachers are stymied by how to engage CLD families of children with disabilities. Common practices of parent involvement are ineffective and fail to...
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Classrooms are increasingly more diverse, and student success can be enhanced through family engagement, especially for culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) students with disabilities. Too often teachers are stymied by how to engage CLD families of children with disabilities. Common practices of parent involvement are ineffective and fail to...
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General education teachers are challenged with meeting the unique instructional needs of every learner in their classrooms, which increasingly include English learners (ELs) and students with learning disabilities (LD). This article uses vignettes to demonstrate how a middle school content teacher uses five strategies: building prior knowledge, bui...
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This article reviews the concept of blended learning. The authors explore how blended learning can support teachers efforts to differentiate instruction and support students with learning differences and English Language Learners in the classroom.
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This study investigated the effects of a narrative intervention that employed repeated story retells and a Story Grammar Marker on the oral narrative skills of Spanish-speaking English learners with language impairments. Four third- and fourth-grade students participated in the study. Using a single-case multiple probe across participants design, t...
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Finding culturally responsive practices that are engaging for students is even more important with the ever-increasing population of English Language Learners (ELLs) in the United States. The challenges of a language barrier can contribute to low achievement and high dropout rates. This 16-week study examined the effects of authoring and sharing du...
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Research has suggested that different strategies used when solving fraction problems are highly correlated with students' problem-solving accuracy. This study (a) utilized latent profile modeling to classify students into three different strategic developmental levels in solving fraction comparison problems and (b) accordingly provided differentiat...
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English language learners (ELLs) are among the fastest growing groups of diverse students in our schools and they can face challenges in achieving successful school outcomes. For ELLs with disabilities, these challenges are exacerbated. They may not have access to instructional strategies necessary to overcome the linguistic and cognitive demands o...
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How to address the educational needs of students with limited English proficiency (LEP) is a particularly challenging and often controversial endeavor. Failure to address the needs of students with LEP often results in denial of meaningful educational opportunities and leads to disproportionate representation in special education programs. This art...

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