ERIC Number: ED039687
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Publication Date: 1970
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New Directions in Special Education.
Jones, Reginald L., Ed.
The text presents a collection of articles dealing with new research and developments relevant to special education. Discussions include automation, teaching machines, programed instruction, psycholinguistic testing, differential diagnosis, language development and testing, and remediation techniques. Other topics consider measurement of behavior, behavior change techniques and operant techniques, innovations in curriculum, team teaching, training effects on productive thinking, compensatory education, technology in special education, and instructional materials centers programs. Additional areas of concern are generative grammar, analysis of learning disabilities, teaching low vision children, an educator's analysis of behavior modification, limitations of programing, and the legislative history of special education. (JM)
Descriptors: Behavior Change, Curriculum Development, Educational Diagnosis, Educational Innovation, Educational Methods, Educational Technology, Evaluation, Exceptional Child Education, Handicapped Children, Legislation, Operant Conditioning, Program Descriptions, Programed Instruction, Teaching Methods
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