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Banerjee Rashida, Movahedazarhouligh Sara, Millen Kaitlyn, Luckner John L., February, 2018
Literature Review
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Valid and evidence-informed practices are critical to help young children with disabilities and their families with highly effective interventions and instruction to reach their potentials. Replication research is critical for appraising research…
Snyder Patricia A., Rakap Salih, Hemmeter Mary Louise, McLaughlin Tara, Sandall Susan R., McLean Mary E., March, 2015
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Naturalistic instructional approaches are used to provide intentional and systematic instruction to young children with disabilities during typically occurring activities. Several naturalistic instructional approaches have been described in the…
Fleury Veronica P., Thompson Julie L., Wong Connie S., January, 2015
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Due to difficulties associated with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), many children with ASD will require additional support to actively participate in classroom activities. Therefore, it is important that professionals who work with young children…
Crawford Sara K., Stafford Karen N., Phillips Sarah M., Scott Kathleen J., Tucker Patricia, November, 2014
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The purpose of this integrative review was to examine strategies that facilitate inclusion in play among children with physical disabilities in childcare centers. Nine databases were systematically searched for peer reviewed empirical studies…
Dunst Carl J., Trivette Carol M., Hamby Deborah W., Simkus Andrew, 2013
Literature Review
Findings from a meta-analysis of studies investigating the use of five different assistive technology devices (switch interfaces, powered mobility, computers, augmentative communication, weighted/pressure vests) with young children with disabilities…
Walsh Rosalind L., Kemp Coral, Hodge Kerry A., Bowes Jennifer M., June, 2012
Literature Review
Peer Reviewed
A review of 11 reports on the outcomes of educational interventions for intellectually gifted children in the early childhood years
Dunst Carl J., Trivette Carol M., Hamby Deborah W., 2012
Literature Review
A synthesis of 36 research studies on the relationship of the use of different types of assistive technology devices to the communication and literacy development of young children with disabilities
Alliston Louise, 24 July, 2007
Literature Review
The purpose of this literature review is to identify and review research and studies that illustrate effective and/or evidence-based principles of early intervention practice which can be linked to improved child outcomes for children from birth to…
Yoder Paul, McDuffie Andrea, August 2006
Literature Review
Peer Reviewed
A review of previous research on toddlers with autism to provide evidence for including object play and nonverbal communication as possible treatment goals to help promote language acquisition in young children with autism
August Diane, Siegel Linda S., 2006
Literature Review
An examination of studies on literacy instruction for second-language learners in special education programs
Coleman Mary Ruth, Buysse Virginia, Neitzel Jennifer C., 2006
Literature Review
A review of research on the Response to Intervention (RTI) model for school-age children at risk for learning disabilities used to inform the development of the Recognition and Response early intervention system for preschool-age children
Espinosa Linda M., 2005
Literature Review
Peer Reviewed
A review of research on effective teaching and assessment practices for young children from diverse backgrounds, including recommendations for school personnel in managing cultural and linguistic discrepancies between students and teachers
Schery Teris K., O'Connor Lisa, 1997
Literature Review
Peer Reviewed
A review of three studies that examine the effectiveness of using computers for helping to promote language skills and development of young children with language disabilities