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Texting Hotlines: A Pilot Study
Texting has been integrated into virtually all aspects of society, including medical and mental health interventions. Researchers examined the use of crisis hotline among college students and their willingness to consider ...
Evaluating Predicting Factors of Entering Kindergarten with an Individualized Education Program
The purpose of the current study was to examine what factors best predict the entrance into kindergarten with an Individualized Education Program (IEP). Cognitive ability, language skills, social skills and adaptive skills ...
Teaching Children with Autism to Join In
In order to develop and maintain interpersonal relationships, one must possess certain social skills. Because children with an autism spectrum disorder have significant difficulty with social skills, it is imperative to ...
Eagle Buddies: An Evaluation of a Peer Mentoring Program
The present study evaluated a peer mentoring program (Eagle Buddies) in a rural K-12 school to assess its effects on the academic achievement of student participants. Several types of data were collected: standardized ELA ...
The Effects of Check-In-Check-Out in Reducing Externalizing Behaviors in Young Children
Targeted interventions, or Tier II interventions, are implemented within a comprehensive three-tiered system of support (Response to Intervention Model) consisting of Tier I interventions (for all students), Tier II ...
Assessing teachers mobile device skills and the integration of technology into their lives
The role of technology in education is growing increasingly significant. It has implications for classroom teaching practices, assessment and systems level decision making. The success of technology programs in schools ...