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Improving reading outcomes for children with learning disabilities: using brief experimental analysis to develop parent-tutoring interventions.
- Valerie J Gortmaker, E. Daly, M. McCurdy, M. Persampieri, Melanie Hergenrader
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of applied behavior analysis
- 1 June 2007
The present study assessed the effects of summer parent tutoring on 3 children with learning disabilities using empirically derived reading interventions. Brief experimental analyses were used to… Expand
Promoting parent use of empirically supported reading interventions: Two experimental investigations of child outcomes
Two experimental investigations of the effects of parent delivered reading interventions were conducted. Tutoring packages consisting of empirically supported intervention components were delivered… Expand
Examining the Effects of a Comprehensive Writing Program on the Writing Performance of Middle School Students with Learning Disabilities in Written Expression.
Improving secondary students' perception of the “dreaded mathematics word problem assignment” by giving them more word problems
The purpose of the current study was to replicate and extend research on academic assignment preference by presenting high school students with control assignments containing eight 2-digit × 2-digit… Expand
Generating Reading Interventions Through Experimental Analysis of Academic Skills: Demonstration and Empirical Evaluation
Abstract This article describes the application of experimental analysis methods for identifying reading fluency interventions for two elementary school students (fourth and fifth grade) referred for… Expand
Increasing On-Task Behavior in an Elementary Student During Mathematics Seatwork by Interspersing Additional Brief Problems
Abstract Using analogue conditions, previous researchers improved students' perceptions of mathematics assignments by adding and interspersing brief problems to mathematics worksheets (e.g., Logan &… Expand
Evaluating a Computer Flash-Card Sight-Word Recognition Intervention With Self-Determined Response Intervals in Elementary Students With Intellectual Disability
- Samantha Cazzell, C. Skinner, +5 authors Amy L. Skinner
- Psychology, Medicine
- School psychology quarterly : the official…
- 1 September 2017
A concurrent multiple-baseline across-tasks design was used to evaluate the effectiveness of a computer flash-card sight-word recognition intervention with elementary-school students with… Expand
Extending Research on a Computer-Based Flashcard Reading Intervention to Postsecondary Students with Intellectual Disabilities.
Effects of Interspersing Additional Brief Math Problems on Student Performance and Perception of Math Assignments: Getting Students to Prefer to Do More Work
- Gary L. Cates, C. Skinner, Carrie E. Watkins, Katrina N. Rhymer, Stephanie L. McNeill, M. McCurdy
- 1 December 1999
Three experiments were conducted to assess the effects of the interspersing procedure on students' mathematics performance, perceptions of mathematics assignments, and preference for mathematics… Expand
Getting It Right So They Can Get It Right: An Overview of the Special Series
Abstract This article reviews the studies making up this special series on academic assessment and intervention in light of new federal education law and study of special education by the federal… Expand