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Authentic Happiness at Work: Self- and Peer-Rated Orientations to Happiness, Work Satisfaction, and Stress Coping

Tandler, Nancy ; Krauss, Annette ; Proyer, René T.

In: Frontiers in Psychology, 2020, vol. 11, no. 1931, p. 1-16

The authentic happiness theory covers three basic orientations to happiness; namely, the life of pleasure (via hedonism); engagement (via flow-related experiences); and meaning (via eudaimonia). There is broad evidence for a positive relationship between these three orientations and indicators of positive psychological functioning in a variety of life domains. However, their contribution to...

Interkantonale Hochschule für Heilpädagogik Zürich HfH

Agreement among student, parent and teacher ratings of school inclusion: A multitrait-multimethod analysis

Schwab, Susanne ; Zurbriggen, Carmen L.A. ; Venetz, Martin

In: Journal of School Psychology, 2020, vol. 82, p. 1-16

One of the central objectives of inclusive education, and education in general, is not only to support every students' academic learning, but also their social and emotional development. It therefore is important to identify difficulties in a child's socio- emotional development at school. The current study investigates students' emotional inclusion and social inclusion, as well as students'...

Interkantonale Hochschule für Heilpädagogik Zürich HfH

Bilingual school education with spoken and signed languages in Europe

Krausneker, Verena ; Becker, Claudia ; Audeoud, Mireille ; Tarcsiová, Darina

In: International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 2020, p. 1-17

At least since the UN Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities, deaf children worldwide have a right to education not only in the spoken and written language of their country, but also in the national sign language. The pedagogical use of a sign language in European schools for the deaf began in the 1980s and has since evolved significantly. This paper presents a survey of 39...

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Verhalten und Befinden von Schulkindern: Diskrepanz von Kinder- und Lehrendensicht : Eine Längsschnittstudie in integrativen Regelklassen

Altmeyer, Simona ; Hättich, Achim ; Burkhardt, Susan C. A. ; Krauss, Annette ; Lanfranchi, Andrea

In: Psychologie in Erziehung und Unterricht, 2020, vol. 67, p. 1-16

Das Verhalten und Befinden aller Kinder in integrativen Regelklassen und dessen Einschätzung durch Kinder und Klassenlehrkräfte wird über ein Schuljahr hinweg untersucht. Dabei wird geschaut, wie sich Kinder- und Lehrersicht in Verhalten und Befinden über die Zeit unterscheiden. Weiter wird analysiert, welchen Einfluss sonderpädagogische Maßnahmen auf die Diskrepanz zwischen Kinder- und...

Interkantonale Hochschule für Heilpädagogik Zürich HfH

Einsatz von RedeflussKompass 3.0 zur Früherkennung und StotterKompass zur Ersterfassung/Erstberatung

Kohler, Jürgen ; Braun, Wolfgang

In: Forschung Sprache, 2019, no. 3, p. 3-24

Background: Based on unsatisfactory results from the evaluation of screening instruments to identify beginning stuttering in the German speaking area, an optimised version of the RedeflussKompass as well as the newly developed StotterKompass were subject to an intensive review. Question/goals: The analysis aimed to explore quality characteristics of the above mentioned tools as well as to...

Interkantonale Hochschule für Heilpädagogik Zürich HfH

Multi-factorial approach to early numeracy—The effects of cognitive skills, language factors and kindergarten attendance on early numeracy performance of South African first graders

Aunio, Pirjo ; Korhonen, Johan ; Ragpot, Lara ; Törmänen, Minna ; Mononen, Riikka ; Henning, Elizabeth

In: International Journal of Educational Research, 2019, vol. 97, p. 65-76

The aim of the study was to investigate the influence of cognitive skills (executive function), language factors (listening comprehension, English as a second language, ESL) and kindergarten attendance on early numeracy in a cross-sectional sample of South African children (N=442) in the beginning of Grade 1. The mean age of children was 81.62 months (SD=5.40). Structural equation path models...

Interkantonale Hochschule für Heilpädagogik Zürich HfH

Der Cinderella-Effekt: Die schulische Allokation von Flüchtlingskindern aus Eritrea und anderen Krisenregionen

Hättich, Achim ; Lanfranchi, Andrea

In: Vierteljahresschrift für Heilpädagogik und ihre Nachbargebiete, 2019, vol. 88, no. 2, p. 128-145

The issue of refugees is very topical and controversial in the media and in public debate. An important question is how it affects especially the children and adolescents. In the present study, based on data from 1999 to 2016, the Zurich education statistics were examined to what extent these children and adolescents complete an unusual school career. In almost all categories, children from...

Interkantonale Hochschule für Heilpädagogik Zürich HfH

What Do Teachers Think About Their Students’ Inclusion? Consistency of Students’ Self-Reports and Teacher Ratings

Venetz, Martin ; Zurbriggen, Carmen L.A. ; Schwab, Susanne

In: Frontiers in Psychology, 2019, vol. 10, p. 1-14

The aim of this study was to investigate the consistency between the self-reports and teacher ratings of students’ emotional and social inclusion at school as well as for their academic self-concept. The German version of the Perceptions of Inclusion Questionnaire (PIQ) was administered to 329 grade 8 students (50.8% female, Mage = 14.5 years, SDage = 0.5 years) and their teachers. First,...

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Validity evidence for a sentence repetition test of Swiss German Sign Language

Haug, Tobias ; Batty, Aaron Olaf ; Venetz, Martin ; Notter, Christa ; Girard-Groeber, Simone ; Knoch, Ute ; Audeoud, Mireille

In: Language Testing, 2020, p. 1-22

This article reports on a study seeking evidence of validity according to the socio- cognitive framework (Weir, 2005) for a new sentence repetition test (SRT) for young Deaf L1 Swiss German Sign Language (DSGS) users. SRTs have been developed for various purposes for both spoken and sign languages to assess language development in children. In order to address the need for tests to assess the...