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To investigate the role expectations of the high school learning disability resource teacher, a behavior scale was developed to which incumbents responded as to their actual and desired role performance. Inspection of data from the 134 resource teachers indicates that there are few areas of...
The premises of this paper are that the family is a school, that the family school plays a significant and often decisive part in the etiology of a learning disability, that children do what parents expect of them, and that parents are primary agents of positive change in the treatment process.
Handwriting is a basic skill and an essential tool in a child's response repertoire. Children with learning disabilities, however, often must struggle to master this skill. In this article recommendations for the informal assessment of handwriting are made along with suggestions for the...
The federal rules for evaluating specific learning disabilities include a "significant discrepancy" in mathematical calculation as one descriptor. Mathematics is a critical basic skill much neglected by researchers. A survey of articles regarding teaching mathematics to the handicapped found the...
Conflicting reports make it difficult to determine if foods, food coloring, or allergies are related to hyperactivity. Twenty-four hyperactive children were tested with sublingual foods and dyes followed by a seven-day diet omitting milk, wheat, egg, cocoa, corn, sugar, and food coloring, and by...
Reed Martin is an attorney with broad experience in law and education. After serving as legislative aide to United States Senator Ralph Yarborough during his chairmanship of Senate health and education subcommittees, Martin spent eight years in Washington, D.C. He performed education research...
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