ERIC Number: ED056427
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Reference Count: 0
The Classroom: Insights into Educational Evaluation in School Programs for Emotionally Disturbed Children and Youth.
Friedman, Helen, Ed.
Presented are conference proceedings on evaluation of educational programs for emotionally disturbed children. Raphael F. Simches highlights past and future educational trends in programs for handicapped children. Fritz Redl stresses various motivations that may cause violent behavior. A systematic approach to classroom analysis via taxonomy of affective behavior is discussed by Leonard Kaplan. Use of photography as a teaching method is then examined by Samuel B. Ross, Jr. Tessie Sheingorn then explains that curriculum choice for emotionally disturbed children can result from teacher assessment. Need to bridge the gap between etiologically-oriented diagnosis and remedial planning gives rise to diagnostic remedial approach, as explained by Viola Kantrowitz, James Brown, and Elizabeth M. Koppitz. Mildred E. Huberman and others then investigate food as a psycho-educational tool. Description of project rejoin, an innovative job training program designed for emotionally disturbed female adolescents within a residential setting, is made by Richard R. Peters and others. Patricia Brennan and others then explain use of token economies in behavior modification programs in special education. Next, Robert B. Phillips and Robert J. Thomas discuss pre-occupational and vocational programs for the emotionally disturbed and learning disabled. (CB)
Descriptors: Conference Reports, Educational Programs, Emotional Disturbances, Exceptional Child Education, Program Descriptions, Program Evaluation, Teaching Methods
ANYSEED, 226 Linda Avenue, Hawthorne, New York 10532 ($3.00)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Association of New York State Educators of the Emotionally Disturbed, Hawthorne.
Note: Proceedings of the Fifth Annual ANYSEED Conference (Grossinger, New York, May 22-24, 1970)