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ERIC Number: ED017425
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Feb
Pages: 8
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THE EFFECT OF HOMOGENEOUS GROUPING ON CHILDREN WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES.
LIEBERMAN, JANET E.
THE EFFECT OF CLASSROOM GROUPING ON CHILDREN WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES WAS STUDIED. EMPHASIS WAS PLACED ON THE ACQUISITION OF INFORMATION, METHODS OF SELECTION, AND TEACHING TECHNIQUES. DATA WERE GATHERED FROM SCHOOL RECORDS AND FROM GROUP AND INDIVIDUAL TESTS. FIFTEEN PUPILS WERE PLACED IN A "SPECIAL" CLASS, AND 15 WERE DISTRIBUTED AMONG REGULAR THIRD-GRADE CLASSES. TEACHERS WERE GIVEN SUPERVISORY HELP IN DEVELOPING A SERIES OF LESSONS. THE EVALUATION OF ACHIEVEMENT INDICATED THAT HOMOGENEOUS GROUPING DID NOT RESULT IN SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCES. REFERENCES ARE INCLUDED. THIS PAPER WAS PRESENTED AT THE ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDREN WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES CONFERENCE (BOSTON, FEBRUARY 1968). (BK)
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