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ERIC Number: ED176523
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1979-Jan
Pages: 376
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
Educational Methods for Deaf-Blind and Severely Handicapped Students, Volume I.
Peak, Orel; And Others
The 17 papers were originally presented at a 1977 series of workshops for personnel serving the deaf-blind and severely handicapped and are organized into the following workshop topics: programing and program development, the senses, cognition, communication, and behavior managment. The papers have the following titles and authors: "Education for the Severely Handicapped - What is It?" (O. Peak); "Program Outreach, Services for Deaf-Blind Children in Rural Areas" (J. Dominguez); "The Design of Instructional Programs for Severely Multihandicapped Students" (J. Writer); "Assessment and Remediation of Multihandicapped Children" (M. Wood); "Application of Audiological Principles to the Deaf-Blind Child" (R. Roeser); "Visual Development" (M. Efron); "Workshop in Vision Stimulation and Training" (K. Shane); "Sensory Stimulation, Sensory Integration Theory" (G. Stone); "Sensory Stimulation, Sensory Integration - Techniques and Equipment" (M. Dodd); "Sensorimotor Cognitive Assessment and Curriculum for the Multihandicapped Child" (N. Fieber); "Prelanguage Development - Communication Training for the Deaf-Blind" (R. Condon); "Communication Development" (S. Soltman); "Nonvocal Communication" (K. Dorsey); "Approaches to Nonoral Communication" (N. Harlan and F. Carlson); "A Discussion of Behavior Modification Procedures as Applied to the Severely and Profoundly Handicapped" (D. Duncan); "Behavior Management of the Severely Profoundly Handicapped Child" (J. Harris); and "Behavior Analysis" (H. DeShong). (PHR)
Publication Type: Reports - General
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: Bureau of Education for the Handicapped (DHEW/OE), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Texas Education Agency, Austin. Div. of Special Education.
Note: Some print is marginal and may not reproduce well in hard copy