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General Teaching Council for Northern Ireland Repository (671 recursos)

The Access to Research Resources for Teachers (ARRT) es una base de datos de la investigación educativa haciendo las publicaciones pertinentes a disposición de los profesionales de la educación 'en el toque de un botón'.

DE Research Briefings

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  1. An Evaluation of the Need and Early Intervention Support for Children (aged 2-4 years) with an Autistic Spectrum Disorder in Northern Ireland RB 1 2007

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    This research identified the current extent of early needs (i.e from the point of diagnosis) across Northern Ireland and provided a literature review of best early intervention practices to inform effective planning. It makes recommendations to ensure that parents of children with autism receive support tailored to individual needs and circumstances from the point of diagnosis until pre-school.

  2. An Evaluation of the Need and Early Intervention Support for Children (aged 2-4 years) with an Autistic Spectrum Disorder in Northern Ireland RB 1 2007

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    This research identified the current extent of early needs (i.e from the point of diagnosis) across Northern Ireland and provided a literature review of best early intervention practices to inform effective planning. It makes recommendations to ensure that parents of children with autism receive support tailored to individual needs and circumstances from the point of diagnosis until pre-school.

  3. Alternative Education Provision (AEP) in Northern Ireland RB 2 2007

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    This project examined the AEP experience of young people in terms of effective engagement with learning, re-integration into mainstream provision, accreditation achievement and transition to the labour market with a view to assessing the effectiveness of this means of intervention and helping guide further planning of provision in each of the three types of AEP.

  4. Alternative Education Provision (AEP) in Northern Ireland RB 2 2007

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    This project examined the AEP experience of young people in terms of effective engagement with learning, re-integration into mainstream provision, accreditation achievement and transition to the labour market with a view to assessing the effectiveness of this means of intervention and helping guide further planning of provision in each of the three types of AEP.

  5. The Nature and Extent of Bullying in Schools in the North of Ireland RB 3 2007

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    This research establishes the scale and nature of bullying behaviour by pupils in schools including analysis by pupils’ characteristics such as gender. It draws comparisons with the pupils’ behaviour section of the previous research published by the Department of Education in October 2002.

  6. The Nature and Extent of Bullying in Schools in the North of Ireland RB 3 2007

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    This research establishes the scale and nature of bullying behaviour by pupils in schools including analysis by pupils’ characteristics such as gender. It draws comparisons with the pupils’ behaviour section of the previous research published by the Department of Education in October 2002.

  7. The Recruitment and Retention of Teachers in Post-Primary Schools in Northern Ireland RB6/2006

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    The main aim of this research was to identify subjects that currently, or may in the near future, present schools with staffing difficulties. The project investigated whether there is a shortfall in the recruitment of teachers in any subject areas in post-primary schools in Northern Ireland.

  8. The Recruitment and Retention of Teachers in Post-Primary Schools in Northern Ireland RB6/2006

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    The main aim of this research was to identify subjects that currently, or may in the near future, present schools with staffing difficulties. The project investigated whether there is a shortfall in the recruitment of teachers in any subject areas in post-primary schools in Northern Ireland.

  9. Department of Education Funded Research 2005/06 RB5/2006

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    This Research Briefing provides information on projects commenced in 2005/06 funded by the Department of Education. Details of recently completed projects are also provided.

  10. Department of Education Funded Research 2005/06 RB5/2006

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    This Research Briefing provides information on projects commenced in 2005/06 funded by the Department of Education. Details of recently completed projects are also provided.

  11. The Development of Inclusive Schools in Northern Ireland: A Model of Best Practice RB4/2006

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    The main aim of the study was to investigate existing practices that increase the motivation, participation and achievement of children and young people of school age with special educational needs in mainstream nursery, primary, post-primary and special schools, and in alternative education provision.

  12. The Development of Inclusive Schools in Northern Ireland: A Model of Best Practice RB4/2006

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    The main aim of the study was to investigate existing practices that increase the motivation, participation and achievement of children and young people of school age with special educational needs in mainstream nursery, primary, post-primary and special schools, and in alternative education provision.

  13. Effective Pre-School Provision in Northern Ireland (EPPNI)-RB3/2006

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    The EPPNI project was a longitudinal study investigating the effects of pre school education and care upon children’s development for children aged 3-8 years old.

  14. Effective Pre-School Provision in Northern Ireland (EPPNI)-RB3/2006

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    The EPPNI project was a longitudinal study investigating the effects of pre school education and care upon children’s development for children aged 3-8 years old.

  15. A Study into Current Practice and Potential Models for the Effective Teaching of Personal Development at Key Stage 3 in Northern Ireland Curriculum RB4/2005

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    The aim of this study was to identify and analyse the characteristics of current best practice and extrapolate future training needs in this pastoral area of the curriculum.

  16. A Study into Current Practice and Potential Models for the Effective Teaching of Personal Development at Key Stage 3 in Northern Ireland Curriculum RB4/2005

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    The aim of this study was to identify and analyse the characteristics of current best practice and extrapolate future training needs in this pastoral area of the curriculum.

  17. Parental attitudes to the statutory assessment and statementing procedures on Special Educational Needs (SEN) RB3/2005

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    The purpose of this research study was to conduct a representative survey of the parents of children with a statement of SEN and to ascertain the parents views on a number of issues.

  18. Parental attitudes to the statutory assessment and statementing procedures on Special Educational Needs (SEN) RB3/2005

    DE
    The purpose of this research study was to conduct a representative survey of the parents of children with a statement of SEN and to ascertain the parents views on a number of issues.

  19. The nature of youth work in Northern Ireland: purpose, contribution and challenges RB2/2005

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    The central aim of the research was to investigate the role of youth work in combating social disadvantage and low achievement.

  20. The nature of youth work in Northern Ireland: purpose, contribution and challenges RB2/2005

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    The central aim of the research was to investigate the role of youth work in combating social disadvantage and low achievement.

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