Audio Stories as Incidental Language Teachers: A Compensatory Approach for Migrant and Low-SES Children in Germany

Audio stories offer a unique blend of narrative entertainment with language learning opportunities as a user’s enjoyment is dependent on their processing of the linguistic content. A total of 138 third- and fourth-graders from low socioeconomic …

Validity and Judgment Bias in Visual Analysis of Single-Case Data

We had 186 pre-service teachers visually analyze single-case graphs, representing an intervention effect, a baseline trend, both, or no change at all. The presence of a baseline trend increased type I errors from 5% to 25%. Inter- and intra-rater reliabilities were low, particularly for graphs including a baseline trend.

Efficacy of a working memory sensitive math intervention for primary school children

Interventions to support children with mathematical learning difficulties typically address deficits in domain-specific knowledge. However, not all students benefit from these instructional programs. In this case, some authors suggest an even more …