ERIC Number: ED295347
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1987-Mar
Reference Count: N/A
Linking Programs and Resources for Rural Special Education. Proceedings of the Annual National Conference of the American Council on Rural Special Education (7th, Asheville, North Carolina, March 17-20, 1987).
American Council on Rural Special Education.; Western Carolina Univ., Cullowhee, NC.
This conference focused on the theme of linking programs and resources for rural special education. This conference proceeding contains an overview and conference agenda booklet, abstracts and some full texts of conference presentations, including the following sampling of papers: "A Data Based Model for the Rural Model Aide in Special Education," (Gary Glasenapp); "Compliance with Public Law 94-142 Mandates: Policy Implications," (Sandra Silver); "Classroom-Based Inservice Training: From Assessing Staff Needs to Evaluating Their Performance," (R. McWilliam et al.); "Training Regular Education Personnel to be Special Education Consultants to Other Regular Education Personnel in Rural Settings," (Dean McIntosh and Gail Raymond); "Dare to Dream: A Non-Categorical Service Delivery System," (David Barnes and Cheryle Barnes); "Teaching Job-Related Social Skills to Students with Mild Handicaps: Assessment Strategies," (Diane Baumgart and Jane Anderson); "Gifted Programs: Equal Access in Rural Areas," (Craig Howley and Aimee Howley); "Serving Rural Families of Developmentally Disabled in a Cost-Effective Manner," (Russell Hedge and Willard Johnson); "Intervention: The Art of Interfering," (Bernard Hannon and Julia Ingels); "Computer Applications for Rural Transition Programs," (Joseph DeMarsh); and "Meeting the Needs of the Rural Area Teacher of the Visually Handicapped," (Michael Bina). (JDD)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Researchers
Authoring Institution: American Council on Rural Special Education.; Western Carolina Univ., Cullowhee, NC.
Note: For individual papers, see EC 202 584-594.