A randomized, controlled evaluation of early intervention: the Born to Learn curriculum.

@article{Drotar2009ARC,
  title={A randomized, controlled evaluation of early intervention: the Born to Learn curriculum.},
  author={Dennis D. Drotar and Joann Robinson and Luke Jeavons and H Lester Kirchner},
  journal={Child: care, health and development},
  year={2009},
  volume={35 5},
  pages={
          643-9
        }
}
BACKGROUND This study addressed the need for studies of the efficacy of the Born to Learn (BTL) curriculum. METHODS Based on random assignment, 227 families of infants received the BTL curriculum conducted in monthly home visits, and 237 families received general child development education only. RESULTS The BTL curriculum resulted in higher mastery motivation (task competence) at 36 months (P < 0.05) and greater effects for children from low (P < 0.01) versus high socio-economic status on… CONTINUE READING

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