Nicole Sparapani
Nicole Sparapani
Assistant Professor, UC Davis, School of Education
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Reciprocal effects of self‐regulation, semantic knowledge, and reading comprehension in early elementary school
CMD Connor, SL Day, B Phillips, N Sparapani, SW Ingebrand, L McLean, ...
Child development 87 (6), 1813-1824, 2016
492016
Evaluation of classroom active engagement in elementary students with autism spectrum disorder
N Sparapani, L Morgan, VP Reinhardt, C Schatschneider, AM Wetherby
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 46 (3), 782-796, 2016
462016
Classroom quality as a predictor of first graders' time in non-instructional activities and literacy achievement
L McLean, N Sparapani, JR Toste, CMD Connor
Journal of School Psychology 56, 45-58, 2016
252016
Cluster randomized trial of the classroom SCERTS intervention for elementary students with autism spectrum disorder.
L Morgan, JL Hooker, N Sparapani, VP Reinhardt, C Schatschneider, ...
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 86 (7), 631, 2018
182018
Direct and reciprocal effects among social skills, vocabulary, and reading comprehension in first grade
N Sparapani, CMD Connor, L McLean, T Wood, J Toste, S Day
Contemporary educational psychology 53, 159-167, 2018
182018
Observations of vocabulary activities during second-and third-grade reading lessons
N Sparapani, JF Carlisle, CMD Connor
Education Sciences 8 (4), 198, 2018
62018
Understanding the role of consumer goodwill in sponsorship: An application of appraisal theory
Y Sawatari
5*2012
Predicting second and third graders’ reading comprehension gains: Observing students’ and classmates talk during literacy instruction using COLT
CMD Connor, B Kelcey, N Sparapani, Y Petscher, SW Siegal, A Adams, ...
Scientific Studies of Reading 24 (5), 411-433, 2020
42020
Profiles of foundational learning skills among first graders
N Sparapani, CMD Connor, S Day, T Wood, S Ingebrand, L McLean, ...
Learning and individual differences 70, 216-227, 2019
32019
Students’ Problem Behaviors and Teachers’ Warmth and Demand as Predictors of Students’ Classroom Instructional Experiences in First Grade
L McLean, N Sparapani, CMD Connor, S Day
Contemporary Educational Psychology, 101863, 2020
22020
Secondary Analysis of Reading-Based Activities Utilizing a Scripted Language Approach: Evaluating Interactions Between Students With Autism and Their Interventionists
N Sparapani, E Solari, L Towers, N McIntyre, A Henry, M Zajic
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 63 (9), 3130-3154, 2020
2020
What Does Effective Teaching Really Look Like? The Observation of Effective Teaching in Reading (OET-Reading) Systems
S Ingebrand, N Sparapani
Evaluating Literacy Instruction, 161-185, 2017
2017
The Observation of Effective Teaching in Reading (OET-Reading) Systems
CMD Connor, S Ingebrand, N Sparapani
Evaluating Literacy Instruction: Principles and Promising Practices, 2017
2017
EMPIRICAL REPORT
CMD Connor, SL Day, B Phillips, N Sparapani, SW Ingebrand, L McLean, ...
Child Development 87 (6), 1649-2040, 2016
2016
Classroom Measure of Active Engagement
N Sparapani, L Morgan, VP Reinhardt, C Schatschneider, AM Wetherby
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 0
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