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THE THREE BLOCK MODEL OF UNIVERSAL DESIGN FOR LEARNING (UDL): ENGAGING STUDENTS IN INCLUSIVE EDUCATION
Outcomes related to student academic and social engagement when the Three Block Model of Universal Design for Learning (Author, 2012) is implemented were investigated. Six hundred and seventy-oneExpand
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Perfectionism, body dissatisfaction, and self-esteem: An interactive model of bulimic symptom development
Abstract The hypothesis that perfectionism, body dissatisfaction, and self-esteem interact to predict bulimic symptom development was tested. This study replicates and extends previous findingsExpand
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Depression and Excessive Reassurance-Seeking
This article describes a program of research on excessive reassurance-seeking and its relation to depression. Relevant theory, central predictions, and empirical work are summarized, and the researchExpand
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Leaving a Sexually Coercive Dating Partner: A Prospective Application of the Investment Model
In the present study, an investment model framework was applied to identify associations between partner verbal sexual coercion and dating relationship outcomes, including relationship commitment andExpand
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Teaching in inclusive classrooms: efficacy and beliefs of Canadian preservice teachers
This study provides a Canada-wide snapshot of the self-efficacy and beliefs of 1490 preservice teachers in relation to inclusive teaching using the Teacher Efficacy for Inclusive Practice and theExpand
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Teaching to Diversity: The Three-Block Model of Universal Design for Learning
  • J. Katz
  • Computer Science, Psychology
  • 6 July 2012
TLDR
A three block model of universal design for learning addresses student diversity in classrooms and promotes inclusive educational practice in schools. Expand
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Social Support in Marriage
Social support is a widely used construct in the psychological literature. Although multiple conceptions of the construct have been offered, an issue common to many analyses is the extent to whichExpand
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Romance in the Crossfire: When do Women's Depressive Symptoms Predict Partner Relationship Dissatisfaction?
Previous studies of the interpersonal integrative theory of depression suggest that subjects are likely to reject same-gender roommates who show depressive symptoms and interest in both reassuranceExpand
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Contagion of Depressive Symptoms and Mood: Meta-analytic Review and Explanations From Cognitive, Behavioral, and Interpersonal Viewpoints
A meta-analysis of 40 findings from 36 studies (N= 4,952) provided substantial overall support for the proposition that depressive symptoms and mood are contagious. Contagion appeared most pronouncedExpand
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Implementing the Three Block Model of Universal Design for Learning: effects on teachers' self-efficacy, stress, and job satisfaction in inclusive classrooms K-12
Fifty-eight teachers of grades 1–12 in 10 schools located in two rural and three urban school divisions in Manitoba were involved in a study implementing the Three Block Model of Universal Design forExpand
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