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Numerical competence in young children and in children with mathematics learning disabilities
A longitudinal study was conducted on 82 children to investigate, firstly the numerical competence of young children and the predictive value of (pre)-numerical tests in kindergarten, and, secondly,Expand
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Metacognition and Mathematical Problem Solving in Grade 3
This article presents an overview of two studies that examined the relationship between metacognition and mathematical problem solving in 165 children with average intelligence in Grade 3 in order toExpand
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Multi-method assessment of metacognitive skills in elementary school children: how you test is what you get
Third grade elementary school children solved tests on mathematical reasoning and numerical facility. Metacognitive skillfulness was assessed through think aloud protocols, prospective andExpand
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Detecting Children With Arithmetic Disabilities From Kindergarten: Evidence From a 3-Year Longitudinal Study on the Role of Preparatory Arithmetic Abilities
In a 3-year longitudinal study, 471 children were classified, based on their performances on arithmetic tests in first and second grade, as having persistent arithmetic disabilities (AD), persistentExpand
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Children with Mathematics Learning Disabilities in Belgium
In Belgium, between 3% and 8% of the children in elementary schools have mathematics learning disabilities (MLD). Many of these children have less developed linguistic, procedural, and mentalExpand
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How common are motor problems in children with a developmental disorder: rule or exception?
BACKGROUND Few co-morbidity studies have been conducted since the Leeds Consensus Statement on developmental co-ordination disorder (DCD) in 2006. In this Statement, international cut-offs andExpand
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Off-Line Metacognition — A Domain-Specific Retardation in Young Children with Learning Disabilities?
Off-line metacognition (prediction and evaluation) was assessed in 437 normally intelligent children with or without learning disabilities in grades 2 and 3. Children with specific mathematicsExpand
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Metacognitive prediction and evaluation skills and mathematical learning in third-grade students
In a 2-year longitudinal study, 66 children were assessed in Grades 3 and 4 with a within-method-and-time design on metacognition (including the computerized Evaluation and Prediction AssessmentExpand
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Can we predict mathematical learning disabilities from symbolic and non-symbolic comparison tasks in kindergarten? Findings from a longitudinal study.
BACKGROUND The ability to compare numbers, as the most basic form of number sense, has been related to arithmetical achievement. AIMS The current study addressed the predictive value ofExpand
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