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This study sought to determine teachers' perceptions of the desirability and feasibility of adaptations for mainstreamed students in their general education classes. Of particular interest was how teachers of different grade levels would respond to adaptations. Elementary (n = 25), middle school...
This study was concerned with the comprehension of high-frequency multimeaning words on a picture vocabulary test by hearing and hearing-impaired students. As expected, hearing students performed significantly better than hearing-impaired students in selecting primary and secondary meanings of...
This study attempted to extend research on factors affecting acceptance of behavioral interventions and to identify factors involved in acceptance of instructional strategies. A questionnaire was used to survey teachers' acceptability ratings of instructional strategies and behavioral...
This study investigated the efficacy of selected home and school setting variables as predictors of school achievement, adjustment, and delinquency in an ongoing longitudinal study of antisocial and at-risk boys (Patterson, 1983; Walker, Shinn, O'Neill, & Ramsey, 1987). Three construct scores...
Social skills instruction provides a proactive, positive methodology for increasing appropriate social behaviors and reducing inappropriate behaviors. This paper describes a decision-making model for comparing, choosing, and implementing social skills curricula that would be appropriate for...
Preservice teachers conducted observational research to counteract stereotypes of low achieving students in the language arts. Student teachers observed 288 elementary students in Grades 1 through 6 during 30 minutes of language arts instruction. Expected behavior and actual behavior were noted...
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