ERIC Number: ED239450
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1982
Reference Count: 0
Special Education and the Bilingual Child. Proceedings of Conference Held at Pasadena Hilton (Pasadena, California, December 3, 1981).
Ochoa, Alberto M., Ed.; Hurtado, Juan, Ed.
The following eleven papers and appendixes were presented at this conference: (1) "The Exceptional Child: A New Challenge for Exceptional People," by Leonard Baca; (2) "A Theoretical Framework for Bilingual Instruction: How Does It Apply to Students in Special Education," by Fred Tempes; (3) "An Overview of the Requirements of Special Education (SB 1870) and Bilingual Education (AB 507)," by Eunice Cox and Maria Vasquez; (4) "Issues Regarding the Use of Interpreters and Translators in a School Setting," by Victoria Medina; (5) "Second Language Acquisitions: Implications for Assessment and Placement," by Jackie Kiraithe; (6) "Developing a Bilingual Individual Education Plan for Language Minority Students," by Henriette Langdon and Dennis Parker; (7) "An Approach for Identifying Language Minority Students with Exceptional Needs," by Marguerite McLean; (8) "Technical Aspects of Formal and Informal Assessment of Language Minority Students: A Practical Approach," by Hilda Carder and Jim Morrison; (9) "How to Utilize Various State and Federal Agency Resources for Limited English Proficient Pupils with Exceptional Needs," by Irene Martinez, Penni Foley, and Maria Vasquez; (10) "One Approach In Teaching the Special Education Child," by Richard Pacheco; (11) [Perspectives on Special Education Services for LEP Students], by Olivia Martinez and others. (Author)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Department of Education, Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: San Diego State Univ., CA. National Origin Desegregation Assistance (Lau) Center.
Note: For individual papers presented at this conference, see EC 161 188-198.