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1. Citation: Linden, M., Glang, A., & McKinlay, A. (2018). A systematic review and meta-analysis of educational interventions for children and adolescents with acquired brain injury. NeuroRehabilitation, 42(3), 311-323.
Keywords: academic achievement, brain injuries, children, education, intervention, literature reviews, schools, youth
Abstract: [in development]
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What is this paper about?

Children with acquired brain injuries (ABI) often have a difficult time returning to school, where they may face new challenges with classroom behavior or understanding lessons. Research has shown that many children return go back to school without the supports they need for academic success. Educational interventions, such as computer programs that provide give, offer, send, supply cognitive training, are sometimes used to help with learning. This review go over, check summarizes the best available on hand, at hand, ready, nearby, handy, ready evidence on the use of educational interventions to improve academic outcomes for children with ABI.

What studies were included?

The review go over, check includes four studies published between 1980 and 2017. One study was later dropped from the review go over, check because it did not include enough information information, to learn more about the effect result, cause of the intervention. care All of the studies are randomized controlled trials (RCTs), which are considered the highest standard of evidence. In an RCT, researchers select participants at random from an eligible group, and then compare their outcomes to those of the rest of the group.

Included studies had to assess review, sum up, evaluate, to determine figure out, decide, find out, test value, find the effect result, cause of an intervention care on learning, which is often measured using standardized tests. The interventions took place in either the United States or Uganda, with participants recruited from healthcare sites. The participants had an acquired brain injury and were between the ages of 5 and 17.

What are the findings of this review?

All of the interventions used computer programs that provide give, offer, send, supply cognitive training. There is no evidence that these interventions improved academic outcomes for children with ABI. A few studies addressed other outcomes related to learning, but the interventions had no effect result, cause on behavior or attention.

What do the findings of the review go over, check mean?

This review go over, check suggests that there are currently now, at this moment, right now no effective works well, good, strong educational interventions that exist for children with ABI. Greater efforts are required to produce effective works well, good, strong and rigorously tested interventions to improve outcomes for these children.

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