Resource Teachers: Learning And Behaviour - Data On The Schools And Students They Worked With In 2001 - Annual Report 2001The Resource Teacher: Learning and Behaviour (RTLB) service began in 1999 to assist schools and teachers to achieve the best learning outcomes for their students who have moderate special education needs. RTLB complete an Annual Report at the end of each year which asks for information about the schools and students they worked with during the year and the nature of their work. The following article details the results from the 2001 Annual Reports and provides an overview of the work undertaken by RTLB during that year.
Author(s): Research and Evaluation Unit, Ministry of Education
Date Published: March 2003
Author(s): Lorrae Ward, Nola Purdie (Australian Council for Educational Research), Earl Irving, Bronwyn Weston, Cole Armstrong, Micheal King, and Adelle Henderson
Date Published: February 2009
Author(s): Louise Alliston, Research New Zealand
Date Published: July 2007
Church Report - The Definition, Diagnosis and Treatment of Children and Youth with Severe Behaviour DifficultiesThis report is a review of the research into the development and treatment of severe behaviour difficulties in children and adolescents. The review was commissioned by the Ministry of Education, and was produced by John Church and team from the Education Department at the University of Canterbury.
Author(s): Special Education Division
Date Published: 2003
An Evaluation of Some Programmes for Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder in Auckland: Opportunities, Contingencies, and IllusionsThis research evaluates three educational programmes in the Auckland area for children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The programmes evaluated were Autism Action Precision Teaching Centre (AAPTC) programme, intensive Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) home-based programmes, and mainstream pre-school and school education. The report describes each service, their cost and how effective the programmes were in providing education for children with ASD ending with recommendations and conclusions regarding educational programmes for children with ASD.
Author(s): Rebecca Godfrey, Dennis Moore, Claire Fletcher-Flinn and Angelika Anderson
Date Published: July 2002
Author(s): Massey University
Date Published: 2002
Author(s): Trevor McDonald & Pat Caswell [School of Education - University of Otago] Merrolee Penman [School of Occupational Therapy - Otago Polytechnic]
Date Published: August 2001
Summary Report: Scoping project on integrated effective service provision for children and young people with physical disabilitiesThis is a summary of the first stage of a research programme on effective services for students with disabilities, commissioned by the Ministry of Education's Advisory Reference Group for Students with Physical Disabilities. The summary covers the key themes from the report on the scoping project - Integrated and effective service provision for children and young people with physical disabilities - and outlines a plan for the next phase of the research.
Author(s): Trevor McDonald & Pat Caswell
Date Published: August 2001
Author(s): Dr Cathy Wylie
Date Published: August 2000
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