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ERIC Number: ED018038
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 1
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TEACHING CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL LEARNING NEEDS--A PROBLEM-SOLVING APPROACH. JOHN DAY BOOKS IN SPECIAL EDUCATION SERIES.
YOUNG, MILTON A.
ADDRESSED TO TEACHERS, THE BOOK EMPHASIZES THE INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES OF CHILDREN, ENCOURAGES PROBLEM SOLVING OR DIAGNOSTIC TEACHING, AND MAKES CONCRETE SUGGESTIONS TO TEACHERS OF CHILDREN WTH LEARNING DIFFICULTIES. THE ROLE OF THE SCHOOL IN PROVIDING FOR EACH CHILD'S NEEDS IS DISCUSSED, AND SUGGESTIONS ARE GIVEN FOR MAKING THE CLASSROOM A POSITIVE ENVIRONMENT. INDIVIDUAL EVALUATION IS DESCRIBED AS THE KEY TO EFFECTIVE PLANNING, AND TYPES AND TECHNIQUES OF EVALUATION ARE PRESENTED. PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED IN ACHIEVING THE GOALS OF EDUCATION AND PROBLEMS THAT MAY INTERFERE WITH LEARNING ARE CONSIDERED. ACTIVITIES AND PRACTICES TO HELP OVERCOME LEARNING PROBLEMS ARE SUGGESTED. SIX FIGURES ARE INCLUDED. A BIBLIOGRAPHY LISTS 51 ITEMS. THIS DOCUMENT IS AVAILABLE FROM THE JOHN DAY COMPANY, 62 WEST 35TH STREET, NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10036, FOR $4.95. (JA)
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