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Kaldenberg, Erica R.; Ganzeveld, Paula; Hosp, John L.; Rodgers, Derek B. – Psychology in the Schools, 2016
Twenty-three single-subject studies aimed at improving the writing achievement of students identified as having a learning disability were analyzed meta-analytically. The effect size phi was used to compare the writing strategies. The dependent measures used to assess the efficacy of the interventions were also coded and reviewed. Results suggest…
Descriptors: Learning Disabilities, Intervention, Writing Achievement, Writing Improvement
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Kruger, Alicia M.; Strong, Whitney; Daly, Edward J., III; O'Connor, Maureen; Sommerhalder, Mackenzie S.; Holtz, Jill; Weis, Nicole; Kane, Elizabeth J.; Hoff, Natalie; Heifner, Allison – Psychology in the Schools, 2016
Behavior-analytic academic intervention research has gained popularity among school psychologists because it offers a unique combination of robust principles of behavior and a degree of clarity and precision about functional relationships that is unparalleled in other learning paradigms. This article reviews the literature for a type of antecedent…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Success, Intervention, Literature Reviews
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Skinner, Christopher H.; McCleary, Daniel F.; Skolits, Gary L.; Poncy, Brian C.; Cates, Gary L. – Psychology in the Schools, 2013
The success of Response-to-Intervention (RTI) and similar models of service delivery is dependent on educators being able to apply effective and efficient remedial procedures. In the process of implementing problem-solving RTI models, school psychologists have an opportunity to contribute to and enhance the quality of our remedial-procedure…
Descriptors: Response to Intervention, Models, Problem Solving, School Psychologists