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Solomon, Benjamin G.; Klein, Suzanne A.; Politylo, Bethany C. – School Psychology Review, 2012
Performance feedback (PF) has become popular in the school-based literature as a method to increase the treatment integrity of prescribed interventions. The current study extracted and aggregated data from single-case studies that used PF in school settings to increase teachers' use of classroom-based interventions. Results suggest PF is…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Teachers, Intervention, Fidelity
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Brown, Eric C.; Low, Sabina; Smith, Brian H.; Haggerty, Kevin P. – School Psychology Review, 2011
This study reports the outcomes of a randomized controlled trial of Steps to Respect: A Bullying Prevention Program conducted in 33 California elementary schools. Schools were matched on school demographic characteristics and assigned randomly to intervention or waitlisted control conditions. Outcome measures were obtained from (a) all school…
Descriptors: Intervention, Bullying, Prevention, Outcomes of Education
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Bradshaw, Catherine P.; Pas, Elise T. – School Psychology Review, 2011
This study describes the process by which a statewide support system was developed in Maryland to promote high-quality implementation of a school-wide prevention model called Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS). PBIS (Sugai & Horner, 2006) aims to prevent disruptive behavior problems and promote a positive school climate…
Descriptors: Evidence, Behavior Problems, Prevention, Public Health
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Burns, Matthew K.; Codding, Robin S.; Boice, Christina H.; Lukito, G. – School Psychology Review, 2010
Implementation of effective interventions relies on the use of assessment data to adequately describe the learning problem and offer potential solutions. The use of curriculum-based assessment and measurement when combined with the learning hierarchy could offer a paradigm for decision making based on a skill-by-treatment interaction.…
Descriptors: Learning Problems, Curriculum Based Assessment, Models, Interaction
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Evans, Steven W.; Owens, Julie Sarno – School Psychology Review, 2010
In the last several decades, investigators have made remarkable strides in developing and evaluating school-based prevention and intervention strategies for elementary school-age youth focused on the development of healthy social, emotional, and behavioral skills. Although there has been rigorous examination of the efficacy of some of these…
Descriptors: Prereferral Intervention, Student Behavior, Prevention, Psychologists
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Goffreda, Catherine T.; DiPerna, James Clyde – School Psychology Review, 2010
The Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS) are brief measures of early literacy skills for students in Grades K-6 (University of Oregon, 2009; see Kaminski & Good, 1996). School psychologists and other educational professionals use DIBELS to identify students who are in need of early intervention. The purpose of this review was…
Descriptors: Early Intervention, Reading Fluency, School Psychologists, Validity
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Christ, Theodore J.; Silberglitt, Benjamin; Yeo, Seungsoo; Cormier, Damien – School Psychology Review, 2010
Curriculum-based measurement of oral reading (CBM-R) is often used to benchmark growth in the fall, winter, and spring. CBM-R is also used to set goals and monitor student progress between benchmarking occasions. The results of previous research establish an expectation that weekly growth on CBM-R tasks is consistently linear throughout the…
Descriptors: General Education, Curriculum Based Assessment, Oral Reading, Disabilities
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VanDerHeyden, Amanda M. – School Psychology Review, 2010
The National Mathematics Advisory Panel specifies that children should be able to fluently add and subtract whole numbers by the end of third grade. Mathematical understanding of addition and subtraction emerges well before formal mathematic instruction begins, and when it emerges it reflects competence in a number of prerequisite skills and…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Educational Research, Risk, Numeracy
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Jenkins, Joseph R.; Hudson, Roxanne F.; Johnson, Evelyn S. – School Psychology Review, 2007
This article examines universal screening, one component in a response to intervention approach for serving struggling learners. In a response to intervention framework, screening is the principal means for identifying early those students at risk of failure and likely to require supplemental instruction; as such, it represents a critical juncture…
Descriptors: Reading Difficulties, Intervention, Reading Achievement, High Risk Students
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Wanzek, Jeanne; Vaughn, Sharon – School Psychology Review, 2007
A synthesis of the extant research on extensive early reading interventions for students with reading difficulties and disabilities is provided. Findings from 18 studies published between 1995 and 2005 revealed positive outcomes for students participating in extensive interventions. Results indicated higher effects for studies providing…
Descriptors: Reading Difficulties, Early Reading, Intervention, Educational Research
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Silberglitt, Benjamin; Jimerson, Shane R.; Burns, Matthew K.; Appleton, James J. – School Psychology Review, 2006
Research examining the effectiveness of grade retention has provided overwhelming and seemingly irrefutable evidence that grade retention is an ineffective and potentially harmful practice. However, proponents of grade retention often advocate that retention in the early elementary grades (e.g., kindergarten, first and second grade) is the…
Descriptors: Grades (Scholastic), Grade Repetition, Kindergarten, Elementary Education
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Christ, Theodore J.; Vining, Odell – School Psychology Review, 2006
Curriculum-based measurement (CBM) procedures have been developed to assess mathematics computation (M-CBM). Recent research has demonstrated that the psychometric characteristics of measurement outcomes vary as a function of administration procedures. This study examined the effect of an alternate set of procedures to construct more consistent…
Descriptors: Curriculum Based Assessment, Psychometrics, Mathematics Instruction, Academic Achievement
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Noell, George H.; Witt, Joseph C.; Slider, Natalie J.; Connell, James E.; Gatti, Susan L.; Williams, Kashunda L.; Koenig, Jennifer L.; Resetar, Jennifer L.; Duhon, Gary J. – School Psychology Review, 2005
This study examined teachers' implementation of treatment plans following consultation. Interventions were implemented for 45 elementary school students referred for consultation and intervention due to academic concerns, challenging behavior, or a combination of the two. The consultation follow-up procedures examined were brief weekly interviews,…
Descriptors: Intervention, Feedback, Behavior Problems, Elementary Education
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Hintze, John M.; Christ, Theodore J. – School Psychology Review, 2004
This study examined the effects of controlling the level of difficulty on the sensitivity of repeated curriculum-based measurement (CBM). Participants included 99 students in Grades 2 through 5 who were administered CBM reading passage probes twice weekly over an 11-week period. Two sets of CBM reading progress monitoring materials were compared:…
Descriptors: Error of Measurement, Curriculum Based Assessment, Elementary Education, Elementary School Students
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Pianta, Robert C. – School Psychology Review, 2003
In the context of a broader focus on prevention and school psychology, there is no question that Elias, Zins, Graczyk, and Weissberg (2003) raise key issues in the movement toward a sensible approach to creating school and classroom environments that are responsive to children's developmental needs. The Elias et al. article argues convincingly for…
Descriptors: Outcomes of Education, School Psychologists, School Psychology, Prevention
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