Christina van Kraayenoord
Christina van Kraayenoord
School of Education, University of Queensland
Verified email at uq.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
Parents’ attitudes to inclusion of their children with special needs
J Elkins, CE Van Kraayenoord, A Jobling
Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs 3 (2), 122-129, 2003
1672003
Reading achievement, metacognition, reading self-concept and interest: A study of German students in grades 3 and 4
CE Van Kraayenoord, WE Schneider
European Journal of Psychology of Education 14 (3), 305-324, 1999
1651999
Educational characteristics of students with high or low self‐concept
I Hay, AF Ashman, CE Van Kraayenoord
Psychology in the Schools 35 (4), 391-400, 1998
1331998
Mapping the territory: Primary students with learning difficulties: Literacy and numeracy
W LOUDEN, KSL CHAN, J ELKINS, D GREAVES, H HOUSE, M MILTON
Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs, 2000
1292000
Investigating the influence of achievement on self‐concept using an intra‐class design and a comparison of the PASS and SDQ‐1 self‐concept tests
I Hay, A Ashman, CE van Kraayenoord
British Journal of Educational Psychology 67 (3), 311-321, 1997
1131997
Predictors of stress in mothers and fathers of children with fragile X syndrome
A McCarthy, M Cuskelly, CE van Kraayenoord, J Cohen
Research in developmental disabilities 27 (6), 688-704, 2006
1022006
Reading, metacognition and motivation: A follow-up study of German students in grades 7 and 8
A Roeschl-Heils, W Schneider, CE van Kraayenoord
European journal of psychology of education 18 (1), 75-86, 2003
832003
Story construction from a picture book: An assessment activity for young learners
CE Van Kraayenoord, SG Paris
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 11 (1), 41-61, 1996
831996
Australian students' self-appraisal of their work samples and academic progress
CE Van Kraayenoord, SG Paris
The Elementary School Journal 97 (5), 523-537, 1997
821997
The Proposed Changes for DSM-5 for SLD and ADHD: International Perspectives—Australia, Germany, Greece, India, Israel, Italy, Spain, Taiwan, United Kingdom …
M Al-Yagon, W Cavendish, C Cornoldi, AJ Fawcett, M Grünke, LY Hung, ...
Journal of learning disabilities 46 (1), 58-72, 2013
762013
The influence of gender, academic achievement and non‐school factors upon pre‐adolescent self‐concept
I Hay, AF Ashman, CE Van Kraayenoord
Educational Psychology 18 (4), 461-470, 1998
761998
Learning difficulties in numeracy in Australia
CE van Kraayenoord, J Elkins
Journal of learning disabilities 37 (1), 32-41, 2004
502004
School and classroom practices in inclusive education in Australia
CE van Kraayenoord
Childhood education 83 (6), 390-394, 2007
462007
Students' perceptions of literacy assessment
KB Moni, CE Van Kraayenoord, CD Baker
Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice 9 (3), 319-342, 2002
462002
The role of metacognition in reading comprehension
CE Van Kraayenoord
Focal points of the research and development of pedagogically-psychological …, 2010
432010
Scaffolding and bilingual shared reading experiences: Promoting primary school students' learning and development
W Cumming-Potvin, P Renshaw, CE van Kraayenoord
Australian Journal of Language and Literacy 26 (2), 54-68, 2003
422003
Literacy, Numeracy and Students with Disabilities. Volume 2: The Literature Reviews
CE van Kraayenoord, J Elkins, C Palmer, F Rickards, PJ Colbert
DETYA Clearinghouse, 2000
382000
Identification of self-verification in the formation of children's academic self-concept.
I Hay, AF Ashman, CE van Kraayenoord, AL Stewart
Journal of Educational Psychology 91 (2), 225, 1999
361999
Principals' and teachers' perceptions of learning disabilities: A study from Nara prefecture, Japan
M Kataoka, CE Van Kraayenoord, J Elkins
Learning Disability Quarterly 27 (3), 161-175, 2004
342004
A Study of Underprepared Students at One Community College: Assessing the Impact of Student and Institutional Input, Environmental, and Output Variables on Student Success …
PN Long, MJ Amey
341993
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