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Yassine, Jordan; Tipton-Fisler, Leigh Ann; Katic, Barbara – Support for Learning, 2020
Teachers can at times view behavioural intervention procedures as time-consuming. Thus, socially-valid classroom-based interventions are a critical component to behavioural success. This study examined the effects of traditional behavioural interventions with two kindergarten students presenting with challenging behaviours, including aggression,…
Descriptors: Teacher Student Relationship, Classroom Techniques, Preschool Teachers, Young Children
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Anderson, Shelley; Bucholz, Jessica L.; Hazelkorn, Michael; Cooper, Margaret A. – Support for Learning, 2016
This study was designed to examine the effects of literacy-based behavioural interventions (Bucholz et al., 2008) to decrease acts of physical aggression with kindergarten and first grade students. The study used a multiple baseline design across three participants. The results showed a decrease in acts of physical aggression by students with…
Descriptors: Intervention, Aggression, Elementary School Students, Disabilities
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Walter, Ofra – Support for Learning, 2010
The purpose of this article is to present early childhood educators, college pedagogical instructors and kindergarten teachers with the idea of using movement education activities as a means of teaching basic concepts in different disciplines. The programme consists of college courses that included the new approach (RRA--Role Reversal Approach) in…
Descriptors: Student Teachers, Movement Education, Educational Needs, Young Children
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Savage, Robert; Carless, Sue; Erten, Ozlem – Support for Learning, 2009
This study explored the responsiveness of children at risk of reading problems in Year 1 to a phonics intervention delivered by teaching assistants (TAs). Based on their non-word decoding skills in the immediate post-tests, 74 children were clustered together at the high end as "treatment responders" (n = 49) and at the low end as "treatment…
Descriptors: Reading Difficulties, Early Intervention, Decoding (Reading), Teaching Assistants