This article introduces basic definitions and concepts important in discussions of early intervention for children with, or at risk for developing, emotional or behavioral disorders.
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The purpose of this paper is to review major options NAEP faces regarding introduction of technology into the assessment and to review priorities that can guide this introduction.
This article takes a public health perspective on early intervention for children with, or at risk for developing, emotional or behavioral disorders.
This Excel file accompanies A Practical Guide on Designing and Conducting Rigorous Impact Studies in Education: Lessons Learned from the What Works Clearinghouse (Phase I) (Song & Herman, 2009), a paper written with the support from the William T. Grant Foundation.
This paper serves as a quick reference guide for researchers who design and conduct impact studies in education and related fields. Information presented in this paper may also help research users make better informed judgments about the quality of the research and the credibility of the evidence produced from the research.
The purpose of this study is to examine patterns of computer use in U.S. schools and the relation of computer use to academic achievement in mathematics, reading and writing.
In a community of practice, people come together to learn, share knowledge, and collaborate on a wide range of topics. Organizations can use these communities to support the needs and preferences of individual learners and build overall capacity.
This report provides national data on children’s skills, knowledge, and experiences as they enter kindergarten for the first time. The data are the first findings from the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, Kindergarten Class of 1998-99.
Using event-based knowledge elicitation, we obtained differences between respondents based on their experience level, providing some empirical evidence for the validity of the approach. The technique requires significant preparation time compared with other approaches, but because expectations can be developed, it may greatly simplify the data analysis. This is especially true if focused information is sough and the analyst plans to collect data from a number of experts.
Teachers' use of education technology in their classrooms and schools report examines the availability of this technology in their classrooms and schools, their training and preparation for using it, and the barriers to technology use they encounter.