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ERIC Number: ED015590
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963
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EDUCATION FOR THE SLOW LEARNERS. PRENTICE-HALL PSYCHOLOGY SERIES.
JOHNSON, G. ORVILLE
THIS VOLUME IS DESIGNED TO DEFINE, FROM AN EDUCATIONAL POINT OF VIEW, THE PROBLEM POSED BY SLOW LEARNERS. IT PRESENTS THE CLINICAL EDUCATION APPROACH AS A TOOL IN THE PLANNING OF SOLUTIONS RELATING TO THE FUNDAMENTAL PROBLEM OF PROVIDING AN APPROPRIATE SCHOOL EXPERIENCE FOR THE SLOW LEARNER THROUGH CURRICULUM PLANNING. PART ONE FOCUSES ON THE PROBLEM OF THE SLOW LEARNER, INCLUDING CHAPTER DISCUSSIONS DESCRIBING THE PROBLEM, THE CHARACTERISTICS, AND DIAGNOSIS OF SLOW LEARNERS. IN PART TWO, TOPICS RELATED TO SCHOOL ORGANIZATION, SUCH AS GROUPING FOR INSTRUCTION AND THE NECESSARY CONSIDERATIONS AT DIFFERENT LEVELS OF INSTRUCTION FROM PRIMARY GRADES THROUGH HIGH SCHOOL ARE DISCUSSED. PART THREE CONCENTRATES ON ACTUAL INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL AND SUBJECT MATTER FOR THE SLOW LEARNER AT ALL LEVELS. PART FOUR TREATS REPORTING AND GENERAL PROGRAM PRINCIPLES INCLUDING GRADING, PROMOTION, SCHOOL ORGANIZATION, AND PROGRAM PLANNING. SELECTED REFERENCES FOLLOW EACH CHAPTER. THIS DOCUMENT WAS PUBLISHED BY PRENTICE-HALL, INC., ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., AND IS AVAILABLE FOR $8.95. (MU)
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