This study examined whether 2 evidence-based intervention strategies resulted in maintenance and generalization of writing fluency gains. In this study, 115 third-grade students were randomly assigned to a performance feedback intervention condition, a goal setting intervention condition, or a control condition. Neither intervention strategy produced strong maintenance effects, and there were no statistically significant differences in students' generalization as a function of intervention strategy. Generalization was promoted by students' gender and by obtaining a level of fluency during the final intervention session.
- generalization programming
- train and hope
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Developmental and Educational Psychology