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What Effect Does Homeschooling Have on Test Scores and Socialization of Children?
Homeschooling has grown in popularity in the last decade. While public schools have requirements for attendance and standardized testing, homeschooled children and families have these things as options. There are some ...
Analysis of Two Vocabulary Strategies: A study to indicate which strategy, Verbal and Visual Word Association or Contextual Redefinition, is best suited for transferring new words into students? long term memory
Data obtained from a college readiness letter sent by ACT indicated that students who took the ACT test from the upper Midwestern school observed for this study have had a decline from 22.4 to 21.5 on the English score for ...
The Use of Song Cues for Preschool Students with Autism
Individuals with autism, while under the same special education label, come into our classrooms with varying skills, differing degrees of deficit, and with a wide range of ability levels. The struggle, and sometimes the ...
A Comparative Study of Literacy Achievement of Kindergarten Students at Pike Lake Elementary School who Enroll in Alternating Full Day Kindergarten Versus Full Day Kindergarten
A Comparative Study of Literacy Achievement of Kindergarten Students at Pike Lake Elementary School who Enroll in Alternating Full Day Kindergarten Versus Full Day Kindergarten.
Student Attitude and Motivation Regarding Testing at Hermantown High School
School districts all over the country use some sort of, if not several, standardized type tests to evaluate either the performance of its students, the district, its teachers, or all three. Sometimes these tests are state ...
De-escalation Techniques for students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
This study proposes to look for a relationship between the de-escalation techniques and the amount and severity of aggressive behaviors in students who have an Emotional/Behavioral Disorder. The Crisis Prevention intervention ...
How Valid Is The DIBELS Oral Reading Fluency Test as an Indicator for Identifying At-Risk Readers and Documenting Their Progress?
The passage of the federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) legislation in 2001, with its emphases on accountability, quality of instruction, and data-driven decision making, has created a national debate centered around the ...
Cross Age/Cross Disability Peer Tutoring: a Strategy for Math Instruction
Finding the most successful method for helping students with special needs learn and excel in the least restrictive environment is a mission of school districts and special education programs. A guiding objective has been ...
Working With Children And Their Drawings
Understanding children?s drawings is a very complex task as it involves a lot of steps and practice. Also the relationship between the child and art therapist plays a roll into how accurate the understanding of the image ...