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ERIC Number: ED143309
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1977-Apr
Pages: 13
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Shaping Special Education through the Intermediate Technology of Learner Verification and Revision.
Stolovitch, Harold D.
This paper attempts to clarify what the intermediate technology of learner verification and revision (LVR) is and how it relates to other corresponding labels and concepts. Three coordinate concepts, evaluation, revision, and a decision to implement are described as being closely intertwined, and when taken together, provide a model for what is labeled the LVR process. Figures are then used to present the major steps involved in the LVR process. Some of the myths and anecdotes associated with LVR are alluded to in discussions of past research efforts and directions for research in the future. It was concluded that LVR is a significant intermediate technology for special education and that improved instructional materials for handicapped learners should be the result. A brief overview of the legislative implications of LVR for instructional material developers in special education is given. References and figures are appended. (Author/JPF)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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