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Harris, Karen R.; Graham, Steve – Learning Disability Quarterly, 1985
A self-control strategy training procedure was effective in improving two elementary learning disabled students' use of parts of speech and mean number of words per story. Additionally, stories written after training received substantially higher quality ratings than those composed during baseline. (Author/CL)
Descriptors: Elementary Education, Learning Disabilities, Self Control, Self Evaluation (Individuals)
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Graham, Steve – Teaching Exceptional Children, 1985
To help teachers ensure that spellng instruction for mainstreamed handicapped students is direct, comprehensive, student-oriented, varied, individualized, and based on research, the article poses 11 questions for analyzing spelling materials and practices. (CL)
Descriptors: Disabilities, Elementary Secondary Education, Instructional Materials, Mainstreaming
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Hudson, Floyd G.; Graham, Steve – Learning Disability Quarterly, 1978
For availability, see EC 103 600 Presented is a comprehensive procedure for the development and implementation of an individual educational program (IEP) for learning disabled students. (IM)
Descriptors: Delivery Systems, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Secondary Education, Exceptional Child Education
Graham, Steve; Madan, Avi J. – Academic Therapy, 1981
The authors describe a remedial technique for teaching letter formation to students with handwriting difficulties. The approach blends traditional procedures (modeling, physical prompts, tracing, self correction, etc.) with cognitive behavior modification principles. (CL)
Descriptors: Behavior Modification, Handwriting Instruction, Handwriting Skills, Learning Disabilities
Graham, Steve; Miller, Lamoine – Diagnostique, 1979
The authors present a technique for analyzing oral reading miscues which has been used successfully with handicapped students. (Author)
Descriptors: Disabilities, Elementary Secondary Education, Miscue Analysis, Oral Reading
Henry, Nick; Graham, Steve – Diagnostique, 1980
The study revealed that responses of original and current normative populations had significantly changed on the Rucker-Gable Education Programming Scale, a measure of attitudes and knowledge regarding placement of handicapped students. In addition, a significant difference was found between responses made by the normative sample and public school…
Descriptors: Attitude Measures, Disabilities, Elementary Secondary Education, Exceptional Child Research
Graham, Steve; Harris, Karen R. – Education Unlimited, 1980
The authors maintain that the concept of least restrictive alternative placement for exceptional students is frequently misunderstood and misapplied. A three phase procedure for determining which educational services are the least restrictive for a particular student is advocated. (CL)
Descriptors: Decision Making, Disabilities, Elementary Secondary Education, Mainstreaming
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Graham, Steve – Reading Psychology, 1980
Reviews investigation of word recognition and identification ability of learning disabled and average students. Disabled students' abilities did not differ from those of average students with matched reading level and IQ, but they made substantially more errors than average students matched by chronological age and IQ. (HTH)
Descriptors: Diagnostic Tests, Elementary Education, Learning Disabilities, Oral Reading
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Graham, Steve; And Others – Psychology in the Schools, 1980
Questionnaires were designed to elicit teachers' attitudes and perceptions as to the effectiveness and appropriateness of mainstreaming and regular classroom teachers' level of skill competency. Results indicated that resource and regular teachers evidenced differential perceptions. (Author)
Descriptors: Mainstreaming, Perception, Resource Room Programs, Resource Teachers
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Graham, Steve – Learning Disability Quarterly, 1999
This introductory article discusses the difficulties many children with learning disabilities have in text production skills and how these difficulties affect not only how they write but also the pace and course of their writing development. The influence of spelling miscues on perceptions of writing ability is also addressed. (CR)
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Handwriting, Learning Disabilities, Spelling
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Graham, Steve – Learning Disability Quarterly, 1999
To minimize the negative impact of handwriting and spelling difficulties of students with learning disabilities, it is proposed that explicit and systematic instruction, as well as incidental or natural learning approaches be used to maximize the development of these two basic writing tools. These approaches are examined. (Author/CR)
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Handwriting, Learning Disabilities, Spelling
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Donaldson, Joe F.; Graham, Steve – Adult Education Quarterly, 1999
A literature review was used to build a model of college outcomes for adults that depicts six elements: prior experiences; orienting frameworks; declarative, procedural, and self-regulating knowledge; the "connecting classroom" for social engagement and negotiation of meaning; the life-world environment; and types and levels of learning outcomes.…
Descriptors: Adult Students, Higher Education, Learning Experience, Models
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De La Paz, Susan; Graham, Steve – Journal of Educational Psychology, 1997
The effects of dictation and explicit instruction in planning on the composing skills of 42 fifth, sixth, and seventh graders with learning disabilities were studied. The combination of dictation and instruction in advanced planning resulted in more complete and qualitatively better essays than those written by comparison students. (SLD)
Descriptors: Dictation, Elementary School Students, Essays, Grade 5
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Graham, Steve; And Others – Learning Disabilities Research and Practice, 1996
The Directed Spelling Thinking Activity (DSTA) is a method of teaching spelling to students with learning disabilities by encouraging active thinking and analysis of word patterns. With DSTA, students compare and contrast words that fit different but related spelling patterns. Words illustrating 37 spelling patterns are listed. (Author/DB)
Descriptors: Learning Activities, Learning Disabilities, Spelling Instruction, Teaching Methods
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Harris, Karen R.; Graham, Steve – Learning Disabilities Research and Practice, 1996
This overview of articles in this special issue introduces the constructivist approach to educating students with learning disabilities. Catalysts for constructivism, the constructivist philosophy, and the whole language approach are discussed. The need for coherent integrated instruction in learning communities that is educationally purposeful,…
Descriptors: Constructivism (Learning), Educational Philosophy, Educational Strategies, Elementary Secondary Education
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