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ERIC Number: ED047449
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 131
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Exceptional Children Conference Papers: Teaching Strategies, Methods, and Instructional Materials.
Council for Exceptional Children, Arlington, VA.
A collection of ten papers selected from those presented at the CEC Northwest Regional Conference (Vancouver, British Columbia, October 21-24, 1970) consider teaching strategies, methods, and instructional materials in special education. An optometrist's view of perceptual training for children with learning problems; developmental vision and learning; the role of the educator in assessment; an examination of an educational methodology; a theoretical framework for the establishment of a special education instructional materials center network in Canada; preschool training for the nursery age retarded child; development of critical thinking through use of the Guilford model; cooperation and interaction of American and Canadian special education; and a report on the panel concerning a regional resource center for handicapped children and its impact on Northwest schools are among papers included. Other papers from the conference are collected and available as EC 031 525 (Pre and Inservice Teacher Training), EC 031 526 (Social and Institutional Changes in Special Education), EC 031 527 (Administrative Procedures and Program Organization), and EC 031 528 (Involvement of Parents in School Programs). (CD)
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Authoring Institution: Council for Exceptional Children, Arlington, VA.
Note: Papers presented at the Northwest Regional Conference (Vancouver, British Columbia, October 21-24, 1970)