Here are some resources that will help you learn more about the researcher Jan Hasbrouck, as well as the fields she studied!
Here is a copy of my presentation in PDF format: Jan Hasbrouck- Researcher Presentation
Jan’s Video on the Importance of Fluency
Jan’s Video on Using Data in Instruction
Here is a link to Jan Hasbrouck’s website, where I found some pretty interesting documents information, and ideas! One of the other websites that she contributes to is www.gha-pd.com. Take some time to explore this one, too, especially the “Downloadable Resources” link, and the CCSS Big Sheets!
This is a page that you can print and keep as a reference if desired. It compares Hasbrouck & Tindal (2006) Oral Reading Fluency Norms to the 2016 DIBELS goals for grades 1-3, in case you are interested: DIBELS goals compared to Hasbrouck & Tindal (2006)
One of the several books she coauthored:
Links to some of Jan’s articles:
About Fluency: “Drop Everything and Read– but How?” , “Understanding and Assessing Fluency” , and the one she wrote with Tindal in 2006: “Oral reading fluency norms: A Valuable assessment tool for reading teachers”
For Reading Coaches: Student-Focused Coaching