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Goal Setting and Rewards for Addressing Nonresponse to Empirical Intervention
National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention (2014)
  • Jeremy W. Ford, University of Iowa
Abstract

Reread-Adapt and Answer-Comprehend (RAAC) is an intervention targeting difficulties with reading fluency and comprehension. Previous research has demonstrated RAAC to be effective for students with and without disabilities. This study extended research using RAAC by using goal setting and rewards. Participants will learn how to use these strategies to implement less intrusive changes for when a student does not respond to an empirically-based intervention prior to more intrusive changes (e.g., duration, frequency, different intervention).

Publication Date
April 10, 2014
Citation Information
Jeremy W. Ford. "Goal Setting and Rewards for Addressing Nonresponse to Empirical Intervention" National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jeremy_ford/4/