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A Model for Screening Twice-Exceptional Students (Gifted With Learning Disabilities) Within a Response to Intervention Paradigm
- R. Mccallum, S. M. Bell, J. Coles, K. C. Miller, Michael P. Hopkins, Angela Hilton-Prillhart
- 9 August 2013
The purpose of this article is to present a model for screening for twice-exceptional status (i.e., gifted students who have a learning disability). Curriculum-based measures (Monitoring… Expand
Art Educators’ Knowledge and Preparedness for Teaching Students with Physical, Visual, Severe, and Multiple Disabilities
Art teachers in preschool through high school (preK-12) classrooms provide instruction to diverse groups of students with a multiplicity of abilities. Thus, preparing art teachers to accommodate and… Expand
Comparing Prospective Twice-Exceptional Students With High-Performing Peers on High-Stakes Tests of Achievement
From a sample of 1,242 third graders, prospective twice-exceptional students were selected using reading and math curriculum-based measures (CBMs), routinely used in Response to Intervention (RtI).… Expand
Assigning Student Leaders: Decreasing Interruptions During Teacher-Led Small-Group Instruction
The authors used a withdrawal design to evaluate an intervention designed to decrease interruptions during small-group instruction in a Kindergarten class. A new rule was put into place; during… Expand
Political Incongruity between Students’ Ideological Identity and Stance on Specific Public Policies in a Predominantly White Southeastern State Institution
The study determined whether or not a predominantly Caucasian sample (N = 187) attending a southeastern state’s major public university embraced political policies consistent with their… Expand
Cognitive Variables, Classroom Behaviors, and a Participation Intervention on Students' Classroom Participation and Exam Performance.
We examined how predictive pre-course knowledge, critical thinking, attendance, course credit, and exam grades are of in-class participation. The association between exam performance and precourse… Expand
The Role of Self-Monitoring in Assessing Individual Students' Quantity and Quality of Comments in Large-Class Discussion.
Predicting High-Stakes Tests of Math Achievement using a Group-Administered RTI Instrument: Validating Skills Measured by the Monitoring Instructional Responsiveness: Math
- J. Coles
Knowledge of the Health Care Law as an Issue in Teacher Education.
Of all the collegiate majors that affect society, none is more critical than teacher education. If teacher education students are uninformed or misinformed about issues central to society, they are… Expand