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ERIC Number: EJ298191
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1984
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Direct and Frequent Measurement of Student Performance: If It's Good for Us, Why Don't We Do It?
Wesson, Caren L.; And Others
Learning Disability Quarterly, v7 n1 p45-48 Win 1984
A survey of 136 teachers serving learning disabled students indicated such results as that 82.1 percent knew about direct and frequent measurement; that 43.8 percent used the approach, expending 10 percent time; and that 46.4 percent did not use the technique due to perceived lack of time or skills. (Authors/MC)
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
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Language: English
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