María Arrimada

María Arrimada
Universidad de León | UNILEON · Department of Psychology, Sociology and Philosophy

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Early failure to learn writing skills might go unnoticed and unremedied unless teachers adopt specific strategies for identifying and supporting students who learn at a slower pace. We implemented a Response to Intervention (RTI) program for teaching narrative writing. Over 18 months from start of primary school, 161 Spanish children received instr...
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The increase in the incidence of bullying justifies the growing need for reliable instruments for its assessment. This study presents a comparative analysis of 9 questionnaires for the detection of school bullying aimed at pupils in the last stage of primary education and adolescents. Three different analyses were carried out to detect both the st...
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se describe el diseño de investigación llevado a cabo en un programa de instrucción de carácter estratégico y autorregulado para la mejora de la competencia escrita aplicado a una muestra de 202 estudiantes de cuarto de primaria. En el estudio se analiza la eficacia de componentes instruccionales típicamente incluidos en este tipo de instrucción ta...
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Background: Written composition requires handwriting, spelling, and text planning skills, all largely learned through school instruction. Students' rate of learning to compose text in their first months at school will depend, in part, on their literacy-related abilities at school start. These effects have not previously been explored. Aim: We ai...
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Background. Written composition requires handwriting, spelling, and text-planning skills, all largely learned through school instruction. The rate at which students learn to compose text in their first months at school will depend, in part, on their literacy-related abilities at school start. These effects have not previously been explored.Aim. We...
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Scientific evidence points to the Response to Intervention Model as a key approach to the identification and prevention of learning disabilities in writing. In order to guide teachers in the successful implementation of this model, educational psychologists need to receive training in writing instruction and how to monitor students’ progress. In th...
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El cuento musical aporta beneficios a nivel socio-afectivo, lingüístico, psicomotor y cognitivo, mediante la unión de la literatura y la música. Sin embargo, en las aulas de Educación Infantil, la lectura de cuentos se lleva a cabo separando al oyente del narrador, desarrollando la competencia lingüística frente al resto. El presente estudio recoge...
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Background Traditionally writing instruction at the start of school has focused on developing students’ ability to spell and handwrite. Teaching children explicit self‐regulatory strategies for developing content and structure for their text has proved effective for students in later grades of primary (elementary) education. Aims The present study...
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Diferentes revisiones empíricas y meta-análisis en el ámbito de la instrucción en escritura han señalado la instrucción en estrategias y el uso de programas informáticos como apoyo instruccional en las tareas de composición escrita como dos formas efectivas para favorecer la adquisición de una competencia escrita en el alumnado (ver Graham & Perin,...
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We report a multiple-baseline single-case study, based in the response to intervention framework, evaluating transcription-only and transcription-and-planning interventions for young, struggling writers. In a baseline phase, 8 classes of Spanish children at the start of their first year of primary (elementary) education completed short, probe writi...

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