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ERIC Number: ED030229
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968
Pages: 83
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Special Education: Children with Learning Problems.
Reger, Roger; And Others
Designed for administrators and special education teachers, the text describes how and why to establish a special education program. Areas reviewed are the educational program, responsibility of the schools for problem children, nature of special education and handicap, decision making, problems in special education, teacher preparation and certification, teacher selection, and classroom management and behavioral control. A section on curriculum makes suggestions for teachers concerning the following: the classroom itself; curriculum with sample lesson plans; language; curriculum materials for reading, spelling, writing, science, social studies, and numbers; evaluation; visual, auditory, nonverbal (including writing), and associational processes; and three studies of children. Techniques, materials, and sources are proposed. The program for children with learning problems conducted in Erie County, New York, provides most of the observational material. (LE)
Oxford University Press, 200 Madison Avenue, New York, New York 10016 ($6.00)
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