293,246 Hits in 6.0 sec

Page 4218 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 80, Issue 9 [page]

1993 Psychological Abstracts  
A case study is used to show how an eclectic ap- proach toward counseling can help in the integration of a child with special educational needs into a mainstream secondary school.  ...  Swan- son’s (1988) notion that LD Ss may use a qualitatively different approach to problem solving than their nondisabled peers. 35457. Remington, Bob & Clarke, Sue.  ... 

The Early Childhood and Comprehensiveness

Irena Alimerko
2014 Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences  
Children with special needs who participate in comprehensive environments are less involved in social relations comparing to their peers with typical development.  ...  The preschool children with special needs have a higher risk of rejection by their peers with typical development. That's why is necessary to use the effective intervention strategies.  ...  Besides the family, school is for a child the first model of an organized society.  ... 
doi:10.5901/mjss.2014.v5n27p474 fatcat:lrk7opfkgngdxiuac6x3o272jq

Toward a Multi-Level, Ecological Approach to the Primary Prevention of Sexual Assault

Erin A. Casey, Taryn P. Lindhorst
2009 Trauma, Violence, & Abuse  
This review considers efforts to support change for individuals by creating prevention strategies that target peer network and community-level factors that support sexual violence.  ...  To this end, the article examines successful ecological prevention models from other prevention fields, identifies the components of multilevel prevention that appear critical to efficacy and discusses  ...  More closely fitting a bystander model, these approaches try to shift peer network and community norms toward consistent intervention in disrespectful behavior and toward intolerance of violence against  ... 
doi:10.1177/1524838009334129 pmid:19383629 fatcat:5gs4vra73rcxndb4hsvbhil6a4

Page 348 of School Psychology Review Vol. 36, Issue 3 [page]

2007 School Psychology Review  
A movement toward more comprehen- sive assessment is consistent with the social- ecological model of bullying (Orpinas & Horne, 2006; Swearer & Doll, 2001; Swearer & Espelage, 2004).  ...  a more comprehensive victim- ization inventory, critical information might be missed.  ... 

English Language Anxiety of Tertiary Level Learners in Bangladesh: Level and Sources

Abdullah Al Mamun
2021 English Language Teaching  
comprehension-related anxiety, negative attitude towards class, and test anxiety were the main sources of anxiety, which need to be addressed for alleviating the anxiety of the students.  ...  Following a close analysis of the EFA and other established valid models, the study found that six components, namely, speaking anxiety, fear of negative evaluation, peer pressure/social-image anxiety,  ...  evaluation, peer pressure/social-image, comprehension-related anxiety, negative attitude towards class, and test anxiety.  ... 
doi:10.5539/elt.v14n11p49 fatcat:h62thpxymbf6pjmjlei3cykhrq

Digital Peers to Help Children's Text Comprehension and Perceptions

Yanghee Kim
2013 Educational Technology & Society  
A digital, human-like character (virtual peer) in ART serves as a peer model that demonstrates the use of the reading comprehension strategy called questioning to help improve the learners' comprehension  ...  There were mixed results in the impacts of learner gender and virtual-peer attributes on text comprehension.  ...  learning, in that a virtual peer playing as a coping or mastery model could motivate the learner toward challenging and less popular domains of learning.  ... 
dblp:journals/ets/Kim13 fatcat:ciqipm2bdjgmxouf7f7yco6bi4

Efficacy of a peer interactive youth-led drug prevention programme: a UYDEL-UNODC project

Rogers Kasirye
2015 International Journal of Prevention and Treatment of Substance Use Disorders  
A key conclusion is that these programmes need to be supported, monitored and sometimes supplemented by other intervention models so as not to under-rate or over-emphasise and assume that "one size fits  ...  Youth-led interactive programmes have a high rate of authority and significantly register less drunkenness and lower alcohol use among peer-led groups.  ...  Another one is "Stop drug abuse towards Africa" by Ssaka Charles, a peer under the prevention programme.  ... 
doi:10.4038/ijptsud.v1i3-4.7839 fatcat:bdkjiflwtbfctdfbipwotiwdy4

Process Evaluation of a Nutrition and Lifestyle Behavior Peer Support Program for Adults with Metabolic Syndrome

Muhammad Daniel Azlan Mahadzir, Kia Fatt Quek, Amutha Ramadas
2020 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
We describe the development and process evaluation of a nutrition and lifestyle behavior "PEeR SUpport program for ADults with mEtabolic syndrome" (PERSUADE) using a systematic five-step approach—(i) review  ...  Future studies can explore aspects of module interactivity, use of social media, and other means to stimulate consistent engagement of participants, as well as extending the implementations to other lifestyle-related  ...  Acknowledgments: All authors would like to extend their gratitude to the clinical and support staff at the Clinical School Johor Bahru, Monash University Malaysia, for their assistance in the study.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph17082641 pmid:32290570 fatcat:elbfcovwxndanmz5seaexvitui

Year 5 Pupils' Perception on Guided Reciprocal Peer Questioning (GRPQ) Strategy in Reading Comprehension: A Conceptual Paper

Hanis Wardah Parjan, Maslawati Mohamad
2021 Creative Education  
The studies done on the Guided Reciprocal Peer Questioning (GRPQ) strategy have been proven to provide a wide range of benefits to the pupils' performance in the ESL classrooms especially towards their  ...  The findings of this study are hoped to provide some insights on the benefits and perception of GRPQ strategy towards primary school pupils in promoting their reading comprehension.  ...  The pupils require modeling and guided instruction to grasp the main ideas of the text besides being able to answer and ask comprehension questions to generate understanding.  ... 
doi:10.4236/ce.2021.127125 fatcat:fmil5rtay5grrjk4zkdxftra7y


Masnira Ramli, Mardhiyah Ismail, Suziana Aida Othman, Siti Farah Haryatie Mohd Kanafiah, Mohd Faiez Suhaimin
2022 International Journal of Modern Education  
skills, mentor-mentee relationships, and communication methods between mentor-mentees towards E-peer Mentoring Program effectiveness, and third, to determine the most important factors that contribute  ...  Hence, the E-Peer Mentoring Program is conducted via online platform as a proactive measure to facilitate the students in learning mathematics.  ...  Yomtov et al. (2017) investigated the effectiveness of a peer-mentoring programme at a comprehensive California institution.  ... 
doi:10.35631/ijmoe.413001 fatcat:fhiumckibnf73mi24h7puoalb4

Architectural support for trust models in decentralized applications

Girish Suryanarayana, Mamadou H. Diallo, Justin R. Erenkrantz, Richard N. Taylor
2006 Proceeding of the 28th international conference on Software engineering - ICSE '06  
Additionally, PACE serves as a suitable platform to aid the evaluation and comparison of trust models in a fixed setting towards providing a way to choose an appropriate model for the setting.  ...  Trust relationships help an entity model and evaluate its confidence in other entities towards securing itself.  ...  Existing trust architectures are either inapplicable to decentralized systems or do not serve to provide comprehensive and complete guidance towards decentralized trust management.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1134285.1134295 dblp:conf/icse/SuryanarayanaDET06 fatcat:56dkznnfzjaodc7ztsfnvx73pu


Trisilia Devana, Merie Agustiani
2019 Edukasi Lingua Sastra  
Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa baik CWPT dan PALS, sebagai dua model Peer-mediated instruction strategy, efektif digunakan sebagai alternatif strategi pembelajaran membaca.  ...  Peer-mediated instruction strategy adalah intervensi kelas yang memberikan bantuan antar para siswa.  ...  Peer Assisted Learning Strategies (PALS) PALS is a version of the CWPT meaning that PALS has more significant impact toward the students' reading comprehension achievement.  ... 
doi:10.47637/elsa.v17i1.250 fatcat:dt7yek5aqze6jikzqlscqv6nqm

"Rebuilding what has eroded": a descriptive, survey-based study of near-peer instructors' experiences in a critical pedagogy-based sociomedical course

Alexander A Logan, Horace M DeLisser
2019 Advances in Medical Education and Practice  
Near-peer facilitation, by senior medical students, is central to this model.  ...  We recently described a novel model for sociomedical learning based on Introduction to Medicine and Society (IMS), a critical pedagogy-based course at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University  ...  Logan was a medical student at the Perelman School of Medicine.  ... 
doi:10.2147/amep.s195864 pmid:31118863 pmcid:PMC6504679 fatcat:lvqimk5iz5crrdpp7owcu7yn2y

Peer mentoring justice-involved youth: a training model to promote secondary desistance and restorative justice among mentors

Mayra Lopez-Humphreys, Barbra Teater
2018 The International Journal of Restorative Justice  
model that aims to promote secondary desistance and restorative justice among the mentors.  ...  An examination of the generative role of peer mentoring and its overlap with restorative justice as a healing process that provides opportunities for offenders to make indirect amends that contribute to  ...  a pathway for the mentors' reparation towards the community.  ... 
doi:10.5553/ijrj/258908912018001002002 fatcat:b5avlvq435di7degqe2bdcts4e

Achieving Systems-Based Sustained Recovery: A Comprehensive Model for Collegiate Recovery Communities

Kitty S. Harris, Amanda K. Baker, Thomas G. Kimball, Sterling T. Shumway
2008 Journal of groups in addiction & recovery  
The CRC model specifically incorporates recovery support, access to higher education/educational support, peer support, family support, and community support/service in an effort to help individuals attain  ...  The Center for the Study of Addiction and Recovery (CSAR) (a Center within the College of Human Sciences at Texas Tech University, TTU), has developed a comprehensive Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC  ...  A SYSTEMS-BASED COMPREHENSIVE MODEL OF COLLEGIATE RECOVERY The CRC at TTU provides recovery support services within the context of a comprehensive model that seeks to nurture systems-based sustained recovery  ... 
doi:10.1080/15560350802080951 fatcat:wwjw7kjlunhvxgzwnys3sxnyb4
« Previous Showing results 1 — 15 out of 293,246 results