ERIC Number: ED385018
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1995-Feb
Reference Count: N/A
The Oregon Conference Monograph 1995. Volume 7. [Proceedings of a Conference (Eugene, Oregon, February 2-4, 1995).]
Deffenbaugh, Abe, Ed.; And Others
This monograph presents 23 papers presented at a 1995 Oregon conference which focused on students in trouble due to disabilities or context problems. Paper titles and authors are: "Identifying Students Who Have Learning Disabilities" (Barbara D. Bateman and David J. Chard); "ADHD: A Teachers' Guide" (Rosalyn A. Templeton); "Knowledge about the Brain for Parents, Students, and Teachers: The Keys to Removing the Invisible Roadblocks to Learning and High Self-Esteem for All Students" (Claude R. Beamish); "Juvenile Delinquency: Is Crime Actually on the Rise?" (Lance Schnacker and George Sugai); "Violent Students with Disabilities and School Responsibilities" (Young-Yon Lee); "Character Education Revisited: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives in the State of Oregon" (Randall L. De Pry and George Sugai); "Put the Professional Portfolio into Focus for the Individual and Special Education Applications" (Dean N. Osterman and David A. Krug); "Observing Teacher Behavior: An Efficient Empirical Method of Generating Hypotheses about Student Problem Behavior in General Education Settings" (Part I of III) (Rollen C. Fowler); "The Use of Functional Assessment in Research on the Effects of Attention from a Peer Tutor" (Part II of III) (Tary Tobin); "Professional Reading Patterns and Preferences: Bridging the Gap between Research and Practice" (Part III of III) (Randall L. De Pry); "School-Wide Discipline: Procedures for Managing Common Areas" (Ron Nelson and Geoff Colvin); "The Making of a School Community: Organizational Structure, Processes, and Goals" (Diana Oxley);"Development of Transition Programs for Adolescents with Serious Emotional Disturbances" (Julia Bulen and Michael Bullis); "An Inside Look at School Reform: What We Have Learned about Assessing Student Learning in a Nongraded Primary School" (Tracey E. Hall and Scott Baker); "Developing a School-Wide Discipline Plan: Addressing All Students, All Settings and All Staff" (Geoff Colvin et al.); "Project LITERACY-HI: Hypermedia for Readers with Hearing Impairments" (Mark Horney et al.); "Establishing Classroom Routines" (Geoff Colvin and Mike Lazar); "Social Skills Training for Youth with Behavior Disorders" (Lance Schnacker); "The Effects of Self-Evaluation, Self-Observation, and Self-Observation plus Self-Recording on the Occurrence of Disruptive Behaviors in Classroom: Extension Study" (Myounghee Yang Kim and George Sugai); "Steps and Practical Guidelines for Developing and Implementing Self-Management Programs for Children's Social Behavior on the Playgrounds" (Hwangyong Kim); "A Comparison of the Effects of Direct Instruction in Reasoning with Constructivism on Deductive Reasoning" (Bonnie Grossen et al.); "Argumentative Writing: Making Something Complex Accessible" (David Landsom); and "Understanding Student Understanding" (Dewayne E. Joehnk and Gerald Tindal). (Individual papers contain references.) (DB)
Descriptors: Behavior Problems, Classroom Techniques, Delinquency, Disabilities, Discipline, Educational Practices, Elementary Secondary Education, Hypermedia, Interpersonal Competence, Portfolios (Background Materials), Professional Development, School Organization, School Responsibility, Self Esteem, Special Needs Students, Theory Practice Relationship, Values Education, Violence
Behavioral Research & Teaching, 5262 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403-5262 ($10).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Oregon Univ., Eugene. Coll. of Education.