Joanna Smogorzewska
Joanna Smogorzewska
Zweryfikowany adres z uw.edu.pl
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Academic achievement of students without special educational needs in inclusive classrooms: A meta-analysis
G Szumski, J Smogorzewska, M Karwowski
Educational Research Review 21, 33-54, 2017
792017
Storyline and associations pyramid as methods of creativity enhancement: Comparison of effectiveness in 5-year-old children
J Smogorzewska
Thinking Skills and Creativity 7 (1), 28-37, 2012
272012
Developing children's language creativity through telling stories–An experimental study
J Smogorzewska
Thinking Skills and Creativity 13, 20-31, 2014
242014
Equity and full participation for individuals with severe disabilities
M Agran, F Brown, C Hughes, C Quirk, D Ryndak
Paul H. Brookes, Baltimore, 2014
232014
Rozwijanie kompetencji społecznych dzieci przedszkolnych
J Smogorzewska, G Szumski
Teoria–Metodyka–Efekty [Developing Social Competences of Pre-school Children …, 2015
17*2015
Examining the effectiveness of naturalistic social skills training in developing social skills and theory of mind in preschoolers with ASD
G Szumski, J Smogorzewska, P Grygiel, AM Orlando
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 49 (7), 2822-2837, 2019
152019
Same or different? Theory of mind among children with and without disabilities
J Smogorzewska, G Szumski, P Grygiel
PloS one 13 (10), e0202553, 2018
132018
Can play develop social skills? The effects of ‘Play Time/Social Time’programme implementation
G Szumski, J Smogorzewska, M Karwowski
International Journal of Developmental Disabilities 62 (1), 41-50, 2016
132016
Developing preschoolers’ social skills: The effectiveness of two educational methods
J Smogorzewska, G Szumski
International Journal of Disability, Development and Education 65 (3), 318-340, 2018
102018
From reference situation to narrative text
GW Shugar, B Bokus, J Smogorzewska
Studio Lexem, 2013
102013
Attitudes of students toward people with disabilities, moral identity and inclusive education—A two-level analysis
G Szumski, J Smogorzewska, P Grygiel
Research in Developmental Disabilities 102, 103685, 2020
62020
Theory of mind development in school environment: A case of children with mild intellectual disability learning in inclusive and special education classrooms
J Smogorzewska, G Szumski, P Grygiel
Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities 32 (5), 1241-1254, 2019
62019
The Children’s Social Understanding Scale: An advanced analysis of a parent-report measure for assessing theory of mind in Polish children with and without disabilities.
J Smogorzewska, G Szumski, P Grygiel
Developmental psychology 55 (4), 835, 2019
62019
“You Can Choose… Or We Would Go to ‘Turkeys’ or to Houses”–Verbal Interactions of Five-Year-Old Children During Story Creation
J Smogorzewska
Psychology of Language and Communication 17 (2), 157-174, 2013
32013
School achievement of students without disabilities in inclusive classrooms: Results of meta-analysis
G Szumski, J Smogorzewska
Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 60 (7-8), 2016
22016
Developing social skills and Theory of Mind among preschool children with autism spectrum disorder
J Smogorzewska, G Szumski
Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 60 (7-8), 2016
22016
Theory of Mind and educational setting: The moderating role of a school placement
J Smogorzewska, G Szumski
Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 60 (7-8), 2016
22016
Some Social Predictors of Preschoolers’ Verbal Creativity1
J Smogorzewska, M Karwowski
TECHNOLOGY OF EDUCATION, 369, 2009
22009
Same Progress for All? Inclusive Education, the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons With Disabilities and Students With Intellectual Disability in European Countries
T Buchner, M Shevlin, MA Donovan, M Gercke, H Goll, J Šiška, ...
Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities, 2020
12020
“Storyline” or “Associations Pyramid”? A Relationship Between the Difficulty of Educational Methods and Their Effectiveness in Developing Language Creativity Among Pre-School …
J Smogorzewska
Psychology of Language and Communication 23 (1), 27-47, 2019
12019
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