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ERIC Number: ED056455
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 18
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Reference Count: 0
Video Tape Recording Evaluation Protocol Behavior Rating Form - Part 1: Communication.
Curtis, W. Scott; Donlon, Edward T.
Presented is the behavior rating scale designed for use with a video tape protocol for examination of multiply handicapped deaf blind children, whose development and evaluation are discussed in EC 040 599. The behavioral rating scale consists of five sections: unstructured orientation of child in examining area, child's task orientation and ability to perform simple everyday tasks, stimulus orientation in which the child is bombarded with sensory stimuli, interpersonal orientation, and interview with person working with child. The behavioral stimulation procedures for each section include brief explanation of that section's purpose, materials and setting, examiner's role, and time permitted for the section. Each of the five sections also involve rating the child's behavior in eight categories: auditory, visual, tactile, and gustatory-olfactory reception; object and people centered communication; and tactile-motor and oral expressive communication. Provision is also made for the teaching, research, and clinical use of the video tape recording under examination. (CB)
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC. Bureau of Research.
Authoring Institution: Georgia Univ., Athens.; Syracuse Univ., NY.