ERIC Number: ED242171
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1983-Apr
Reference Count: 0
Early Education and the Exceptional Child. Proceedings of the Annual Montana Symposium (4th, Billings, Montana, April 27-29, 1983).
Mason, Christine Y., Ed.
The proceedings of a 1983 symposium on early education and the exceptional child features 18 presentations of overall issues, cost effectiveness, special projects, social interaction, and curriculum and instructional issues. Works with the following titles and authors are included: "Education: A Look to the Future" (J. Tawney); "Movement from Program to Program at an Early Age: The Early Childhood Transition Process" (E. Edgar et al.); "Peer Support as a Mediator in Stress Reduction for Parents of Children with Disabilities" (E. Edgar); "Early Intervention Today: A Program Example" (M. Hanson); "A Model for Early Intervention with Culturally Diverse Single and Multiparent Families" (M. Hanson); "A Critical Survey of Cost-Effectiveness Analysis in Human Service Research" (J. Pezzino); "Cost-Effectiveness in Social Program Evaluation" (C. Taylor and K. Walker); "Preschool Transition Model" (V. McNay); "Early Intervention Research Institute" (C. Taylor and K. Walker); "Project Upstart Model Demonstration Continuation Project" (D. Walshe); "Project Upstart Outreach Services" (D. Walshe); "The Macomb 0-3 Project: Providing Services to Handicapped Infants and Their Families in Rural Areas" (S. Marshall); "Prompting and Praising Social Interactions (Adapted from Social Integration Project Basic Skills Manual, "Teaching Basic Skills to Handicapped Preschoolers in Integrated Settings)"; "Success in Education: The Assimilation of the Cognitive and the Affective" (M. McCulloch); "A Generic Approach to Direct Instruction" (J. Jacobs and K. Welch); "Assessing the Representational Behaviors of Play, Language and Drawing in Normal and Language-Delayed Children" (N. Owings and S. Workman); "Approaches for Dealing with the Anorexic Infant and Toddler" (A. Hilton); and "Instructional Intervention That Works: Case Study Research" (B. Walker et al.). (CL)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Eastern Montana Coll., Billings. Inst. for Habilitative Services.; Montana State Dept. of Public Instruction, Helena.
Note: Symposium Theme: Early Impact and Long Term Gains. Selected papers have been analyzed; see EC 162 143-151.