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ERIC Number: ED033002
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Mar
Pages: 15
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Reference Count: 0
Project Methodology.
O'Donnell, Patrick A.
A project designed to prepare both special and regular classroom teachers for dealing effectively with the needs of educationally handicapped children is discussed. A multicisciplinary team was brought into a school for 1 month to provide teachers with training and guidance in effective teaching methods and techniques for meeting the problems in their setting. The project provided a laboratory setting where teachers, interns, and trainees could obtain realistic experience with learning problems. The planning, operation, and evaluation of the project are discussed. Criteria for evaluation included (1) the degree to which the rate and quality of pupil learning was modified and (2) the degree to which teachers exhibited changed instructional behavior in the classroom. Emphasis was placed on the most effective utilization of all learning resources. (RT)
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Note: Paper presented at the conference of the Association for Children with Learning Disabilities, Fort Worth, Tex., Mar. 6-8, 1969.