The Early Intervention Model Research Proposal by Champ

The Early Intervention Model
An analysis of the effectiveness of the extension of the early intervention model.
# 98760 | 4,065 words | 27 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Oct 16, 2007 in Education (General) , Education (Reading)


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Description:

This paper proposes a study to investigate the relationship between the student motivations towards reading and its impact on reading achievement. The theoretical framework is obtained from the early intervention model of situational-motivation developed by Paris and Turner (1994).

Outline:
Abstract
Background to the Research
Purpose of the Research
Rationale for the Research
Theoretical Background
Hypotheses
Definition of Research Variables-Operational Definitions
Methodology
Participants
Recruitment Strategy (Sampling Unit)
Sampling Frame
Method of Selecting the Sample Elements
Data Collection
Trustworthiness (Credibility and Rigor) of Results
Delimitations
Ethical Issues
Data Analysis

From the Paper:

"Early Intervention (EI) was launched in the 1970's and since then it has evolved immensely and at present EI practitioners need to be specialists and licensed. A number of research studies have been carried out since the 1970's that address students in primary grades (Bricker & Widerstrom, 1996; Greeno, Collins, & Resnick, 1996; Klein & Gilkerson, 2000; Miller & Stayton, 2000; Pajak, 2001; Stayton, Miller, & Dinnebeil, 2003; Winton, McCollum, & Catlett, 1997). For instance, Klein & Gilkerson (2000) in their research conclude that the specialist interventionists are the key in Early Intervention Programs. Similarly, Greeno, Collins, & Resnick (1996) give emphasis to on-field experiences for practitioners. It is important to note that majority of the studies talk about importance of individual homework before, during and after intervention of students in primary grades."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Adelman, H. S. (1979). Diagnostic classification of LD: A practical necessity and a procedural problem. Learning Disability Quarterly, 2, 55-62.
  • Bandura, A. (1997). Self-efficacy: The exercise of control New York: Freeman.
  • Beane, J. A. (1993). Sorting out the self-esteem controversy. In A. E. Woolfolk (Ed.), Readings and cases in educational psychology (pp. 141-147). Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
  • Bricker, D., & Widerstrom, A. (1996). Preparing personnel to work with infants and young children and their families: A team approach. Baltimore: Brookes.
  • Brown, J. S., Collins, A., & Duguid, P. (1989). Situated cognition and the culture of learning. Educational Researcher, 17(1), 32-42.

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