ERIC Number: ED250862
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1982
Reference Count: 0
PRISE Reporter. Issues and Happenings in the Education of the Mentally Retarded. Volumes 13-15, November 1981-May 1984.
PRISE Reporter, v13-15 Nov 1981-May 1984
The "PRISE Reporter" newsletter is issued six times a school year, generally from November through May. This collection of 18 issues examines the following special education topics: "Chronological Age in the Design of Educational Programs for Severely and Profoundly Impaired Students" (L. A. Larsen and L. B. Jackson); "Beyond Reading Skills: Reading for Meaning" (J. W. Lerner and M. A. Richek); "An Alternative to Categorical Placement: A Needs Approach" (H. Reinert); "Low Vision Aids and Vision Rehabilitation" (C. Eagan); "Psychological Evaluation of Physically Handicapped Students" (H. D. Love); "The Amy Rowley Case" (K. Hull); "Orientation and Mobility: A Generic Approach. Methods to Develop Independent Travel Skills" (B. H. Williams); "Microcomputers in Special Education: The Potential and the Pitfalls" (A. E. Hannaford); "Integrating Seriously Emotionally Disturbed Students with Nonhandicapped Students" (W. Stainback and S. Stainback); "Applications of Small Computers in the Education of the Blind" (D. Holladay); "Science Education and the Handicapped" (H. Hofman); "Pragmatics: Study of the Functional Uses of Language" (A. L. H. Lehman); "Teaching for Generalization" (K. A. Liberty); "Research Institutes in Learning Disabilities" (B. Y. L. Wong); "Emotional Disturbance or Behavior Disorders: Semantics or Substance?" (F. M. Gresham); "Returning the Head Injured Student to the School: A Team Approach (W. R. Bauer); "Management of the Young Stutterer in the Classroom" (R. Morley); and "Technology and Braille Transcriptions" (C. Gilbertson). In addition, each issue contains brief articles under the following headings: Research Brief, Current Citations, Instructional Material, New Film, Test, and Dissemination Happenings. (DRB)
Descriptors: Age, Court Litigation, Deaf Interpreting, Disabilities, Educational Needs, Elementary Secondary Education, Hearing Impairments, Learning Disabilities, Legal Responsibility, Low Vision Aids, Physical Disabilities, Program Development, Reading Instruction, Severe Disabilities, Student Evaluation, Student Placement, Visual Impairments
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Opinion Papers
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Montgomery County Intermediate Unit 23, Blue Bell, PA.; Pennsylvania State Dept. of Education, Harrisburg. Bureau of Special Education.
Authoring Institution: Pennsylvania Resources and Information Center for Special Education (PRISE), King of Prussia, PA.