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ERIC Number: ED003084
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965-Sep
Pages: 228
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A PILOT STUDY OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ESTABLISHING AND UTILIZING COMMUNITY LEARNING-STATIONS FOR EDUCABLE MENTALLY RETARDED YOUTH.
HUDSON, MARGARET
THIS STUDY PROVIDED INFORMATION ON PROCEDURES AND METHODS FOR ESTABLISHING LEARNING STATIONS TO PROVIDE THE MENTALLY RETARDED WITH WORK-EXPERIENCE ACTIVITIES. SUBJECTS WERE 14 STUDENTS, AGE RANGE 16.2 TO 19 YEARS, WITH IQ SCORES OF 50 TO 79. PUBLIC AND PRIVATE FACILITIES WERE USED AS LEARNING STATIONS. THE SUBJECTS PARTICIPATED IN COURSE CURRICULUMS DESIGNED TO DEVELOP CERTAIN SKILLS AND VISITED THE LEARNING STATIONS FOR PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE. TAPE RECORDERS WERE USED TO COMPILE DATA AT THE STATIONS. A REVIEW OF THE DATA REVEALED THAT THESE PROCEDURES COULD ALSO BE USED IN OTHER AREAS OF EDUCATIONAL DISADVANTAGEMENT. (RS)
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Authoring Institution: Santa Cruz City Schools, CA.
Identifiers: CALIFORNIA; California (Santa Cruz)