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Reith-Hall, Emma; Montgomery, Paul – Campbell Systematic Reviews, 2023
Background: Good communication is central to effective social work practice, helping to develop constructive working relationships and improve the outcomes of people in receipt of social work services. There is strong consensus that the teaching and learning of communication skills for social work students is an essential component of social work…
Descriptors: Communication Skills, Training, Social Work, Professional Education
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Vostanis, Athanasios; Thompson, Paul A.; Padden, Ciara; Rizos, Konstantinos; Langdon, Peter E. – Campbell Systematic Reviews, 2023
Precision Teaching is a behavior measurement system that emphasizes the development of behavioral repertoires and utilizes Standard Celeration Charts as its primary tool. This system has been applied across various areas, including mainstream and special education, and has successfully improved academic, motor, communication, and other skills.…
Descriptors: Precision Teaching, Instructional Effectiveness, Literature Reviews, Meta Analysis
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Mansfield, Louise; Daykin, Norma; O'Connell, Neil E.; Bailey, Daniel; Forde, Louise; Smith, Robyn; Gifford, Jake – Campbell Systematic Reviews, 2023
This is the protocol for a Campbell systematic review. The proposed systematic review question is: What is the effectiveness of arts interventions for at-risk and offending children and young people (8-25 years)? There are three objectives: (1) To evaluate evidence on the effectiveness and impact of arts interventions on keeping children safe from…
Descriptors: At Risk Persons, Children, Young Adults, Intervention
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Miller, Sarah; Keenan, Ciara; Early, Erin; McConnell, Karen; Rodriguez, Leonor – Campbell Systematic Reviews, 2023
This is the protocol for a Campbell evidence and gap map. The objectives are as follows: identify and map all existing primary studies, systematic reviews (published and unpublished), guidelines and policies on education during the COVID-19 pandemic, creating a live, searchable and publicly available evidence and gap map.
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Evidence, Education
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Randolph, Justus J.; Bryson, Anaya; Menon, Lakshmi; Henderson, David K.; Manuel, Austin Kureethara; Michaels, Stephen; Rosenstein, Debra Leigh Walls; McPherson, Warren; O'Grady, Rebecca; Lillard, Angeline S. – Campbell Systematic Reviews, 2023
Montessori education is the oldest and most widely implemented alternative education in the world and includes a full system of lessons and hands-on materials for children from birth to 18 years, presented individually, and embedded in a philosophical framework regarding children's development and its optimal conditions. The objectives of this…
Descriptors: Montessori Method, Program Effectiveness, Outcomes of Education, Comparative Analysis
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Hanratty, Jennifer; Miller, Sarah; Rodriguez, Leonor; Connolly, Paul; Roberts, Jennifer; Sloan, Seaneen; Brennan-Wilson, Aoibheann; Bradshaw, Daragh; Coughlan, Christopher; Gleghorne, Nicole; Dunne, Laura; Millen, Sharon; Smith, Aimee; O'Sullivan, Cadhla – Campbell Systematic Reviews, 2023
This is the protocol for an evidence and gap map. The objective of this EGM is to identify and map all primary studies (including randomised and cluster randomised trials) and systematic reviews on universal, school-based social and emotional learning programmes for young children (3-11 years) to create a live, searchable, and publicly available…
Descriptors: Children, Adolescents, Social Emotional Learning, School Activities
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González-Cabañes, Eduardo; Garcia, Trinidad; Chase, Catherine; Núñez, Jose Carlos – Campbell Systematic Reviews, 2023
This is the protocol for a Campbell systematic review. The objectives are as follows: The purpose of this review is to synthesize the evidence about the efficacy of problem solving before instruction (PS-I) to promote learning and motivation in students. Specifically, this review is designed to answer the following questions: To what degree does…
Descriptors: Problem Solving, Instruction, Teaching Methods, Learning Motivation
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Bondebjerg, Anja; Dalgaard, Nina Thorup; Filges, Trine; Viinholt, Bjørn Christian Arleth – Campbell Systematic Reviews, 2023
Background: Class size reductions in general education are some of the most researched educational interventions in social science, yet researchers have not reached any final conclusions regarding their effects. While research on the relationship between general education class size and student achievement is plentiful, research on class size in…
Descriptors: Students, Special Education, Academic Achievement, Class Size
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Valdebenito, Sara; Gaffney, Hannah; Jolliffe, Darrick – Campbell Systematic Reviews, 2023
The primary goal of the present mixed methods review is to systematically examine the available evidence for the effectiveness of different types of school-based interventions for reducing disciplinary school exclusion. Quantitative evidence will help to understand the overall size of the impact, as well as the factors that better explain it.…
Descriptors: School Activities, Discipline Policy, Discipline, Intervention
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Naing, Cho; Whittaker, Maxine A.; Aung, Htar Htar; Chellappan, Dinesh Kumar; Riegelman, Amy – Campbell Systematic Reviews, 2023
Background: The 'flipped classroom' approach is an innovative approach in educational delivery systems. In a typical flipped class model, work that is typically done as homework in the didactic model is interactively undertaken in the class with the guidance of the teacher, whereas listening to a lecture or watching course-related videos is…
Descriptors: Flipped Classroom, Instructional Improvement, Instructional Effectiveness, Undergraduate Students
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Nakamura, Pooja; Leyew, Zelealem; Molotsky, Adria; Ranjit, Varsha; Kamto, Kevin – Campbell Systematic Reviews, 2023
To address the evidence gap in making effective language of instruction (LOI) decisions, we propose a systematic review of the role of LOI choices in education programs and policies on literacy outcomes in multilingual educational contexts in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). Grounded in a multidisciplinary theory of change (ToC)…
Descriptors: Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Language of Instruction, Decision Making
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Pooja Nakamura; Adria Molotsky; Rosa Castro Zarzur; Varsha Ranjit; Yasmina Haddad; Thomas De Hoop – Campbell Systematic Reviews, 2023
Based on the theory of change, we gather, organize, and synthesize the evidence on the impact of three language of instruction (LOI) choices (teaching in mother tongue [MT] with later transition, teaching in a non-MT language, or teaching in two or more languages at one time) on literacy and biliteracy outcomes. We focus on quantitative and…
Descriptors: Language of Instruction, Foreign Countries, Native Language Instruction, Bilingualism
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Benjamin W. Fisher; Anthony Petrosino; Hannah Sutherland; Sarah Guckenburg; Trevor Fronius; Ivan Benitez; Kevin Earl – Campbell Systematic Reviews, 2023
The objective of this Campbell systematic review is to examine the relationship between school-based law enforcement (SBLE) presence and school-related outcomes. The past several decades has witnessed a steady growth of the presence of SBLE around the world. There is no standard definition for SBLE, nor is there a common training, job description,…
Descriptors: Police, Law Enforcement, Crime Prevention, School Safety
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Claire J. McCartan; Jennifer Roberts; Julie-Ann Jordan – Campbell Systematic Reviews, 2023
Do centre-based early education programmes prepare children for starting school? We wanted to find out if attending a centre-based early education programme was better than: (a) not attending any programme; (b) receiving a standard pre-school programme; and (c) if there were any unwanted effects. We found 32 studies involving 16,899 children aged…
Descriptors: Early Intervention, School Readiness, Preschool Children, Preschool Education
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Zijun Li; Mina Ma; Yongqi Yang; Yanfei Li; Ke Guo; Minyan Yang; Guanghua Liu; Kehu Yang – Campbell Systematic Reviews, 2023
This is the protocol for a Campbell systematic review. The objectives of this review are as follows: (1) What are the characteristics of skills training services for individuals experiencing or at risk of homelessness? (2) How effectively do the different skills training programs improve employment status, work and life skills, or housing…
Descriptors: Program Effectiveness, Skill Development, Job Training, Homeless People
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