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Effects of Web-Based Support on Early Head Start Home Visitors' Use of Evidence-Based Intervention Decision Making and Growth in Children's Expressive Communication
NHSA Dialog Vol. 14, No. 3 (2011) pp. 121–146
We investigated Early Head Start home visitors' use of evidence-based practices and the efficacy of a web-based system to support these practices. Home visitors learned to use 3 evidence-based practices: (a) frequent assessment of children's early...
Technologies for Expanding the Reach of Evidence-Based Interventions: Preliminary Results for Promoting Social-Emotional Development in Early Childhood
Kathleen M. Baggett; Betsy Davis; Edward G. Feil; Lisa L. Sheeber; Susan H. Landry; Judith J. Carta; Craig Leve
Topics in Early Childhood Special Education Vol. 29, No. 4 (2010) pp. 226–238
In great demand are efficient mechanisms for delivery of evidence-based interventions for promoting social-emotional development and early positive behavior of all children, and especially for those with or at risk for disabilities. The rise of...
Systematic Replication of the Effects of a Supplementary, Technology-Assisted, Storybook Intervention for Preschool Children with Weak Vocabulary and Comprehension Skills
Charles R. Greenwood; Judith J. Carta; Elizabeth S. Kelley; Gabriela Guerrero; Na Young Kong; Jane Atwater; Howard Goldstein
Elementary School Journal Vol. 116, No. 4 (2016) pp. 574–599
In 2013, Spencer, Goldstein, Sherman, et al. reported the promising effects of a supplemental, technology-assisted, storybook intervention (Tier 2) containing embedded instruction targeting the oral language learning of preschool children at risk...
"My Baby & Me": Effects of an Early, Comprehensive Parenting Intervention on At-Risk Mothers and Their Children
Cathy L. Guttentag; Susan H. Landry; Jeffrey M. Williams; Kathleen M. Baggett; Christine W. Noria; John G. Borkowski; Paul R. Swank; Jaelyn R. Farris; April Crawford; Robin G. Lanzi; Judith J. Carta; Steven F. Warren; Sharon L. Ramey
Developmental Psychology Vol. 50, No. 5 (May 2014) pp. 1482–1496
This study examined the efficacy of a multimodule parenting intervention, "My Baby & Me," that began prenatally and continued until children reached 2.5 years of age. The intervention targeted specific parenting skills designed to...