Peer-Mediated Intervention Studies on Academic Achievement for Students with EBD: A Review

NICHCY's Structured Abstract 34 describes the following: Title | Peer-Mediated Intervention Studies on Academic Achievement for Students with EBD: A Review Author | Ryan, J.B., Reid, R., & Epstein, M.H. Source | Remedial and Special Education, 25(6), 330-341. Year Published | 2004 Abstract Research has shown that peer-mediated interventions produce positive academic outcomes for a wide range of students. The authors of this review examined … [Read more...]

A Synthesis of Empirical Research on Teaching Mathematics to Low-Achieving Students

NICHCY's Structured Abstract 16 describes the following: Title | A Synthesis of Empirical Research on Teaching Mathematics to Low-Achieving Students Authors | Baker, S., Gersten, R., & Lee, D. Source | Elementary School Journal, 103, 45-74. Year Published | 2002 Abstract The purpose of this study was to synthesize research on the effects of interventions to improve the mathematics achievement of students considered low achieving or at risk … [Read more...]

Do Special Education Interventions Improve Learning of Secondary Content? A Meta-Analysis

Author of this structured abstract: Kyrie Dragoo, NICHCY August 2011 PDF version ____________________________ NICHCY Structured Abstract 80 describes the following research synthesis: Title Do Special Education Interventions Improve Learning of Secondary Content? A Meta-Analysis Authors Scruggs, T. E., Mastropieri, M. A., Berkeley, S., and Graetz, J. E. Source Remedial & Special Education, 31(6), 437-449 Year Published 2010 _____________ Abstract … [Read more...]

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