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A sample of 508 hearing-impaired students were administered a language-arts achievement test containing 25 items drawn from a computerized item bank developed with hearing students. A Rasch analysis was performed to determine if the item responses of the hearing-impaired students were comparable...
The paper reviews research on normally hearing students that has implications for understanding the motivation of hearing-impaired students. The author reviews research on hearing-impaired students in order to make suggestions concerning their motivational determinants. An important proposition...
Clinical observations of mildly handicapped children—learning disabled (LD), socially/emotionally disturbed (SED), and educable mentally retarded (EMR)—often indicate deficiencies in accurately perceiving and interpreting certain aspects of nonverbal communication. The present investigation...
Reading comprehension was assessed in 1974 and again in 1979 for 1,664 hearing-impaired students enrolled in special education programs across the United States. The Special Edition for Hearing Impaired Students of the 1973 Stanford Achievement Test, an adaptation of the regular edition of the...
This article develops the position that self-management training can provide a crucial component in the education of educable mentally retarded (EMR) individuals. The strategies of self-monitoring/reinforcement and self-instruction are defined and related to increased performance on...
Curriculum-based measurement of academic performance is an alternative to traditional referral and assessment models in psychoeducational evaluation. This study contrasted a screening and referral procedure that used weekly measurement of performance in reading, spelling, and written expression...
Screening young children for physical, emotional, behavioral, and learning problems has received a great deal of attention since passage of P.L. 94-142. However, screening requirements and practices have not been examined on a state-by-state basis. To fill this gap, state education agencies were...
This paper describes the development of a coin-skills curriculum for educable mentally retarded (EMR) children via the application of cluster analysis. Special emphasis has been given to (a) 2 clustering techniques that were employed to verify clusters of coin skills, and (b) the sequence in...
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