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In this article we demonstrate how to improve students' learning motivation by means of an attributional dialogue between teachers and students. The change in motivation is reflected in students' learning to attribute their achievements to their own educational efforts and to the use of...
Essential and often missing pieces of the functional assessment process are cultural perspectives and an assessment of their impact on behavior. This article addresses these missing pieces by providing guidelines for conducting culturally sensitive functional assessments: forming a diverse...
Students with high-incidence disabilities (e.g., specific learning disabilities, behavioral disorders, mild mental retardation) can benefit from using bibliotherapy by learning how to become proactive problem solvers. Often students with high-incidence disabilities are characterized as...
Children with minimal hearing loss are often not identified, and the educational implications of their hearing disability are unrealized. Because children with special learning problems have been shown to have a higher incidence of hearing loss than typical learners (Flexer, Millin, & Brown,...
Assessment, particularly standardized testing, is a hot topic in education today. Regardless of current fads, most classroom teachers have a need for objective tests—tests written by the teacher to assess student learning of specific objectives. Writing a good test is not easy, but by following...
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