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Stuckey Adrienne, Albritton Kizzy, February, 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Many recent studies about preschool early language and literacy skills utilize multiple assessments to identify young children who require additional multitiered instructional support. Although the use of a single screening instrument may be…
Matthews J. S., Ponitz Claire E. Cameron, Morrison Frederick J., August 2009
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An exploration of gender differences in children?s abilities to self-regulate their behavior and their discrepancies in academic achievement, and an inquiry into the correlation between direct measures versus teacher ratings of students' behavior,…
Ponitz Claire E. Cameron, McClellan Michelle M., Matthews J. S., Morrison Frederick J., May 2009
Reports & Papers
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An assessment of the predictive validity of the Head-Toes-Knees-Shoulders (HTKS) task through a longitudinal study of the correlations between children's HTKS scores and measures of their behavioral regulation, classroom functioning, and math,…
Harris Ruby, December 2007
Other
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An overview of issues related to school readiness assessments as well as a discussion of readiness assessment that is inclusive of motivation, self-regulated learning behaviors and socioemotional and cognitive development
Strand Paul S., Cerna Sandra, Skucy Jim, April 2007
Reports & Papers
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An account of the use of an inductive-experimental teaching assessment model to improve children?s letter recognition scores at a Head Start center
Scott-Little Catherine, Lesko Jim, Martella Jana, Milburn Penny, Spring 2007
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An exploration of the development and implementation of early learning guidelines, outlining the expectations for what preschool children should know and be able to do prior to entering kindergarten, based on data from a national survey
Hall Kendra M., Culatta Barbara, Black Sharon, February 2007
Reports & Papers
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A discussion of curriculum-based assessment processes for identifying young children's emergent literacy skills, particularly for at risk children who struggle with certain tasks in terms of emergent literacy
Sayers Mary, Coutts Melissa, Goldfeld Sharon, Oberklaid Frank, Brinkman Sally A., Silburn Sven, 2007
Reports & Papers
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An overview of the implementation of the Australian Early Development Index (AEDI)
Buckleitner Warren, 2006
Reports & Papers
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An examination of the effects of praise and reinforcement on young children in a computer learning setting using a sorting game designed to simulate two interaction styles
Finn Jeremy D., Fox Jeffrey D., McClellan Michelle M., Achilles Charles M., Boyd-Zaharias Jayne, 2006
Reports & Papers
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An analysis of the relation between participating in small classes in the first four years of school and taking advanced classes in high school
Montie Jeanne, Xiang Zongping, Schweinhart Lawrence J., 2006
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A longitudinal, cross-national study of the effects of preschool experiences on children's cognitive and language development at age seven
Schneider Justine, Ramsay Alan, Lowerson Shelagh A., 2006
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A study investigating the effect of the United Kingdom's Sure Start program by comparing the academic achievements of Sure Start graduates to the achievements of students who did not participate in the program
Ou Suh-Ruu, 2005
Reports & Papers
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An investigation of the pathways that might explain the observed linkage between participation in early intervention programs and later educational attainment, using a sample from the Chicago Longitudinal Study, an on-going investigation of low-…
Dale Philip S., Jenkins Joseph R., Mills Paulette E., Cole Kevin N., 2005
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A longitudinal study comparing the effects of two different early intervention preschool curricula (Direct Instruction and Mediated Learning) on participants' cognitive and academic achievements at ages 12 and 16
Rothermal Paula, 2004
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study comparing the academic performance of home-educated children to school-educated children, using the Performance Indicators in Primary Schools (PIPS) assessment