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Dunlap, Glen; Lee, Janice K.; Joseph, Jaclyn D.; Strain, Phillip – Infants and Young Children, 2015
A need exists for intervention strategies that are both effective in reducing challenging behaviors and practical for use by typical practitioners of early childhood care and education. In this article, we describe a model, "Prevent-Teach-Reinforce for Young Children," which is based on extensive research and includes features designed…
Descriptors: Fidelity, Program Effectiveness, Intervention, Young Children
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Barton, Erin E.; Steed, Elizabeth A.; Strain, Phillip; Dunlap, Glen; Powell, Diane; Payne, Crystal J. – Infants and Young Children, 2014
The purpose of this article was to describe a comprehensive and updated review of available classroom and parenting social-emotional programs for young children. The review analyzed 10 classroom curricula and 8 parenting interventions focused on social-emotional development and the research associated with each. The efficacious adoption criteria…
Descriptors: Young Children, Social Development, Emotional Development, Curriculum
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Fox, Lise; Carta, Judith; Strain, Phillip S.; Dunlap, Glen; Hemmeter, Mary Louise – Infants and Young Children, 2010
Response to Intervention (RtI) is a systematic decision-making process that has gained widespread popularity as a problem-solving framework for organizing hierarchies of evidence-based interventions in the context of ongoing progress monitoring. Initially applied to literacy instruction, RtI is being incorporated into an expanding breadth of…
Descriptors: Early Intervention, Prevention, Problem Solving, Literacy
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Dunlap, Glen; Fox, Lise – Infants and Young Children, 1999
This article identifies characteristics and challenges encountered by families that include young children with autism. Emphasis is on three issues in providing needed support services: (1) enhancing family competence and confidence; (2) addressing support from a lifestyle perspective; and (3) arranging for stability and continuity in support…
Descriptors: Autism, Delivery Systems, Family Needs, Family Problems