The following selected publications focus on a range of issues related to mathematics education and the needs of remedial students and those with learning disabilities. All files in are in Adobe Acrobat PDF format.

Naturalistic Studies of Low Achieving Students in Reform Math Classrooms Woodward, J., & Baxter, J. (1997). The effects of an innovative approach to mathematics on academically low achieving students in mainstreamed settings. 

Exceptional Children, 63(3), 373-388. Baxter, J., & Woodward, J., & Olson, D. (2001).

Effects of reform-based mathematics instruction in five third grade classrooms. Elementary School Journal, 101(5), 529-548 Baxter, J., Woodward, J., Wong, J., and Voorhies, J. (2002).

We talk about it, but do they get it? Learning Disabilities Research and Practice, 17(3), 173-185 Intervention Studies Woodward, J., Baxter, J., & Robinson, R. (1999).

Rules and reasons: Decimal instruction for academically low achieving students. Learning Disabilities Research and Practice, 14(1), 15-24 Woodward, J., Monroe, K., Baxter, J. (2001).

Enhancing student achievement on performance assessments in mathematics. Learning Disabilities Quarterly 24(1), 33-46. Woodward, J., & Brown, C. (2006).

Meeting the curricular needs of academically low-achieving students in middle grade mathematics. Journal of Special Education, 40(3), 151-159 Woodward, J. (2006).

Developing automaticity in multiplication facts: Integrating strategy instruction with timed practice drills. Learning Disabilities Quarterly. Issues Papers on Mathematics Reform Woodward, J., & Montague, M. (2002).

Meeting the challenge of mathematics reform for students with learning disabilities. Journal of Special Education, 36(2), 89-101. Woodward, J. (2004).

Mathematics reform in the U.S.: Past to present. Journal of Learning Disabilities Woodward, J., & Ono, Y. (2004).

Mathematics and academic diversity in Japan. Journal of Learning Disabilities.