Educational Research Quarterly

Educational Research Quarterly is a magazine focusing on Education

Articles from Vol. 23, No. 1, September

Developmentalism
Validation of the Unified Theory The results of a test of three operationalizations of developmental principles are presented Data from S different groups and 25,029 observations were analyzed. The results agreed with the theory (min r == 0.99) indicating...
Development and Psychometric Properties of the Math Essential Skill Screener-Preschool Version (MESS-P)
The Math Essential Skill Screener - Preschool Version (MESS-P) is a screening instrument designed to facilitate identification of preschoolers at-risk for math difficulties. Item analysis, internal consistency, testretest reliability and concurrent and...
Effects of Student-Centered Teaching on Student Evaluations in Calculus
The purpose of this study was to determine how the student ratings of the instructors and course were influenced by the two different instructional methods: traditional, lecture-based teaching and student-centered instruction. Students (N=458) in twenty...
Strengthening the Basic Skills of a College Student
The basic skills of many college students need strengthening. One approach is via reinforcement of a subject matter in courses of other disciplines, e.g. writing-across-the-curriculum. This article supports the aforementioned avenue, but emphasizes the...
Use of Peer Tutoring to Improve Speech Skills in a Preschooler with a Severe Hearing Impairment
Peer tutoring is an effective means of remediating skill deficits in children with disabilities. However, there is a paucity of research that evaluates its usefulness with children who have hearing impairments. The present study evaluated the effectiveness...
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