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O'Connor, Kim; Solity, Jonathan – Educational Psychology in Practice, 2020
When determining whether or not children have a difficulty in learning, the quality of instruction they have received during their school career must be excluded as a possible explanation for their lack of progress. To this end, educational psychologists (EPs) have for some time adopted a model of response to intervention known as…
Descriptors: Response to Intervention, Low Achievement, Elementary School Students, Student Evaluation
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Bickford-Smith, Abigail; Wijayatilake, Lilani; Woods, Glinette – Educational Psychology in Practice, 2005
Research into the long-term effects of language delay reflects an increasing concern that many childrens needs are not being met by current early years educational practice. This paper reports on a twopart intervention designed to improve language skills within a nursery setting. In the first part of the intervention, a directly taught small group…
Descriptors: Psychologists, Language Skills, Intervention, Incidence