Walcott, Christy M.

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Direct Behavior Ratings (DBR) : A possible tool for monitoring the behavior and interventions of students with symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) 2012 88995 Considering the time constrains of school teachers it is imperative to identify more time efficient procedures to monitor behavior and interventions for students exhibiting symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in the schools. T...
Effectiveness of the Hill Model of Instruction : A Program Evaluation of the Greenville Learning Center 2012 88995 This study examined the effectiveness of the methodology utilized by the Hill Center an educational program for children with learning disabilities and attention deficit disorders in Durham North Carolina. This methodology the Hill Method incorporate...
Effects of a Computer Assisted Intervention in Second Graders with Attention and Literacy Problems 2011 88995 Previous research has linked inattention with reading problems. Moreover children with combined reading and attention problems have significantly worse later academic outcomes. Few studies have focused on the effectiveness of computer-assisted interv...
Oncologist's perspectives and factors influencing school re-entry recommendations for children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia 2012 88995 Currently there are no established guidelines among pediatric oncologists regarding school attendance recommendations during cancer treatment. Practices vary widely ranging from continued school attendance following the initial phase of cancer treatm...
School Factors and Their Impact on the Black-White Achievement Gap in Eastern North Carolina 2012 88995 Since desegregation in the 1960s and 1970s a gap in the test scores between ethnic groups has been identified though it has probably been present for much longer. The gap between the test scores of Blacks and Whites is often termed the Black-White ac...
THE IMPACT OF TEACHER INTERVENTION ACCEPTANCE ON CHILD OUTCOME MEASURES 2011 88995 The purpose of this study is to determine to what degree teacher acceptance and use of an evidence-based intervention predict positive child outcomes following the intervention period. Teacher participants (n = 10) were rated on the degree to which t...