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Light"s Retention Scale Manual, Revised 1998 Ed.

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Published by Academic Therapy Publications .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Tests,
  • Study Guides

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages80
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11175714M
ISBN 100878799141
ISBN 109780878799145
OCLC/WorldCa44478894

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This new edition of Light's Retention Scale updates a classic tool designed by a school psychologist with more than 30 years in practice. This 5th edition is based on more than research studies on the factors influencing academic achievement and success, and on the impact and effectiveness of school grade : $ Description This new edition of Light's Retention Scale updates a classic tool designed by a school psychologist with more than 30 years in practice. This 5th edition is based on more than research studies on the factors influencing academic achievement and success, and on the impact and effectiveness of school grade retention. BY H. WAYNE LIGHT, PHD. This useful scale is an economical way to arrive at a sound decision regarding grade retention—a decision that takes into account the particular situation and the needs of the individual student. The new edition of Light’s Retention Scale includes at least quality research studies on school grade retention. Light's Retention Scale (hereafter, LRS; Light, a) is meant to provide "a format that aids the school professional in determining whether the elementary or secondary school student would benefit from retention" (Light, b, p. 5).

  This new edition of the Light’s Retention Scale includes over quality research studies on school grade retention. An analysis of these studies produced Light’s Retention Scale is a research-based tool to aid school administrators in making the decision about whether to promote or retain a student. Author: Kejinn Nikogul. Light’s Retention Scale 5th-Edition (LRS-5) provides research-based, dependable guidance so that teachers, parents, and administrators can work together to justify making the difficult decision about whether to retain or promote a child. It provides an understanding of the advantages and disadvantages of grade retention for a given child because it is based upon the needs of the child in. This edition published in January by Academic Therapy Pubns Written in English The Light's retention scale is a tool used by teachers and schools to decide if a student is a good candidate for retention, or staying at the same grade level, rather than being promoted to the next grade. lights retention scale manual edition By Agatha Christie FILE ID c Freemium Media Library Lights Retention Scale Manual Edition PAGE #1: Lights Retention Scale Manual Edition By Agatha Christie - lights retention scale is a tool used by teachers and schools to decide if a student.

lights retention scale manual edition Posted By Laura BasukiPublishing TEXT ID ebc2b Online PDF Ebook Epub Library Lights Retention Scale Pdf Pdf Love Pink this new edition of the lights retention scale includes over quality research studies on school grade retention an analysis of these studies produced lights retention scale is a research based tool to aid school. Light's Retention Scale, consisting of 19 evaluation categories, is designed for use by teachers and school psychologists to determine whether a student should be retained in grade or promoted. Another suggested use is for nonprofessionals to determine what educational and psychological research discloses about a specific retention candidate in grades Kindergarten through COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.   The LRS manual cautions that “it is unusual for a pupil with even one or two 5s on the scale to benefit by retention” (Light b, p), prediction validity was tested by contrasting two groups of students: the good and excellent candidates with no 5s and the remaining poor candidates.