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evaluative study of the effect of an in-school support project for pupils at risk of exclusion.
Deborah P. Shepherd
Thesis (M.Sc.) - University of Birmingham, School of Education, Faculty of Educational Psychology.
Objectives To determine whether implementation of comprehensive in-school eyecare results in measurable benefits for children and young people in terms of visual status, classroom behaviours and how well their visual needs are met. Design School-based observational study. Participants & Methods pupils [mean age 10 years 9 months, 70% male, majority moderate . Table Inspectors’ evaluation of aspects of teaching 26 Table Summary of findings regarding the quality of teaching in Science 28 Table Performance of pupils in tasks from each strand 32 Table Sample task from Human life 33 Table Sample task from Plant and animal life
The case-study data echoed a number of the strategies identified as effective in the school survey. These included: having an identified key individual in school (who was instrumental in building positive relationships with pupils and families, thus facilitating feelings of . S chool expulsions could be fuelling a rise in crime among children, a Home Office report has warned.. Experts said teenagers who are kicked out of .
Quality education is education that works for every child and enables all children to achieve their full potential. The Child-Friendly Schools Manual was developed during three-and-a-half years of continuous work, involving UNICEF education staff and specialists . Exclusion from school is a major concern for teachers, parents and children, and features in government initiatives to tackle social exclusion. This book takes a broad look at exclusion, mapping the extent of exclusions and showing what factors can lead to children being excluded, whether permanently or informally, from school.
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Background of the Study According to Owoko (), the term resources refers not only to teaching methods and materials but also the time available for instruction, the knowledge and skills of teachers acquired through training and experience.
Teaching pupils with special needs in the inclusive classroom deviates from the “regular” programme. Introduction A growing body of research has found that school facilities can have a profound impact on both teacher and student outcomes.
With respect to teachers, school facilities affect teacher recruitment, retention, commitment, and effort. evaluation and assessment framework Every country typically has provisions for student assessment, teacher evaluation, school evaluation and system evaluation, but often these are not explicitly integrated and there is no strategy to ensure that the different components of the framework can mutuallyFile Size: KB.
BACKGROUND. Discipline problems are frequent in schools and they may have a harmful effect on pupils’ learning outcomes.
A lack of discipline and the subsequent potential increase in school disorder (e.g., bullying, substance use) can seriously threaten the quality of instruction that teachers provide, hamper pupils’ acquisition of academic skills (e.g., low achievements or excessive Cited by: 3.
The current study reports an evaluation of a short CBAM intervention for pupils at risk of exclusion, performed in an inner-city secondary school in the north-west of England.
This study focuses upon the effectiveness of project-based learning on primary school pupils regarding their content knowledge and attitudes towards self-efficacy, task value, group work, teaching.
Contents. The Project EEF Summary Research Results Evaluation Conclusions keyboard_arrow_left Projects Texting Students and Study Supporters.
Texting Students and Study Supporters (Project Success) was developed by the Behavioural Insights Team (BIT) and aimed to use text messages to improve GCSE English and maths re-sit pass rates by prompting college students to attend classes. This paper describes the support of secondary pupils at risk of school exclusion through a course of group work designed to promote individual responsibility for behaviour.
In the SEYLE project, healthcare facilities that are available to receive the referral of pupils and provide treatment are identified within each respective community prior to the commencement of the project. Pupils who are categorized as high risk for mental ill-health or suicidal behavior are remitted to the local healthcare facilities for.
School exclusion as a disciplinary measure remains a controversial issue. In spite of numerous attempts to reduce this practice, no solutions with documented effectiveness exist. This article reports results of a cluster-randomized controlled field trial carried out in 36 schools across London.
The trial is an independent evaluation of a week-long intervention, Engage in Education-London. These studies cite the established effects of dehydration on health outcomes, such as decreased physical activity, mental capacity, and urinary tract infections. Three intervention studies documented a statistically-significant increase in water consumption when school children were allowed free access to water in school [11,12,13].
Support for pupils at risk of exclusion. In Blackpool, ‘Team around the school’ has supported around secondary pupils at risk of being excluded from school since it.
Evidence suggests that many of the effects of poverty on children are influenced by families' behavior. Low‐income families often have limited education, reducing their ability to provide a responsive stimulating environment for their children.
30 They tend to limit their children's linguistic environment by using language that is dominated by commands and simple structure, rather than by. This book analyses the concept and examines the extent of exclusion measured in different butors examine and explain the latest developments in research on income dynamics and movements in and out of poverty and low pay; links in social disadvantage across generations; the long-term effects of the growth in lone parenthood, early.
For behavioural, emotional and social difficulties, two studies found a positive effect, two found a neutral effect and one found a negative effect.
Brown (, cited in Kalambouka et al., ) found that inclusion of children with behavioural problems influenced the classroom climate and the learning environment in a negative way. Text-based Learning Resource Evaluation in Private schools: Basis for Policy Formulation: The Use of 1 Story Book per Week for the Development of Reading Comprehension Among Kindergarten: The Effect of Gadgets in the Learning Behavior of Grade 4 Learners: Learner Adversity in Multiplication and Division of Whole Numbers.
ing experiences for a period of 1 year or less in a given field of study). All three levels of curriculum work are important.
Substantive differences exist between evaluating a pro-gram of study and a field of study, and differences of scope exist between evaluating a field of study and a course of study.
studies reported the test scores of low-income, at-risk youth improved significantly in reading and mathematics after participating in ASPs. Other reports, however, have shown inconsistent or inconclusive results about student improvement in tests scores or grades, depending on their.
EFFECT OF SCHOOL LOCATION ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS (A CASE STUDY OF ONWARD SECONDARY SCHOOL, MBIOKPORO) CHAPTER ONE. INTRODUCTION.
Background of the study. School is one of the social institutions that is responsible for the development and training of the mind and skill of man. in school improvement research and practice.
These reviews highlight international examples of best practice in order to effect change and identify how effective school improvement manifests itself. It forms a useful tool for schools and school leaders, but also acts as a lesson for policymakers in terms of what works around the world.
A sense of belonging in school is the degree to which students feel respected, accepted and supported by teachers and peers. It has been linked to students’ attention and effort in class, their.Reading comprehension: The ability to process information that we have read and to understand its meaning Literal meaning: In the simplest terms, it is exactly what the text says.
Inferential. The intervention. The intervention was selected through a bidding process organised by the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF), h the funding body for the intervention component of the current project.
Following a call for proposals from organisations that had an evidence-based approach to working with 14–16 year old pupils at risk of exclusion in London, the EEF received 20 applications.