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Fitzpatrick, Michael; Knowlton, Earle – Preventing School Failure, 2009
Students with an emotional and behavioral disorder (EBD) often present complex challenges for schools, families, and society. Researchers have indicated that these problems are prevalent across the life span. This article addresses (a) the educational implications of the research-to-practice gap for students identified as having an EBD, (b)…
Descriptors: Intervention, Technology Integration, Behavior Disorders, Educational Technology
Fine, Marvin J., Ed.; Lee, Steven W., Ed. – 2000
This collection of papers identifies programs designed to educate and meet the needs of diverse parents. The 16 papers are: (1) "American Families in the 1990s and Beyond" (Dennis H. Karpowitz); (2) "Gender Issues in Parenting: Parenting Teenage Girls" (Lauren Ayers); (3) "Teaching about Sexual Diversity: A New Frontier…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Advocacy, Brain, Child Rearing
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Jaime, Karen; Knowlton, Earle – Intervention in School and Clinic, 2007
In many schools, supports for children with a dual diagnosis of mental retardation and behavioral disorders are inadequate or nonexistent. Often these students are placed with teachers who, although appropriately trained and licensed, are not familiar with support strategies for meeting the behavioral and emotional needs of these students at an…
Descriptors: Visual Aids, Behavior Disorders, Mental Retardation, Student Needs
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Fitzpatrick, Michael; Knowlton, Earle – Journal of the American Academy of Special Education Professionals, 2007
The No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB, 2002) has generated controversy and support since its inception. Parents, teachers, researchers, authors, advocates, protesters, and politicians have shared views and opinions based on "political" beliefs, biases, and anecdotal and research-based evidence that supports their stance. In attempt to…
Descriptors: Educational Legislation, Federal Legislation, Literature Reviews, Urban Schools
Hilton, Alan, Ed.; Ringlaben, Ravic, Ed. – 1998
Twenty-six papers on the education of students with developmental disabilities are divided into 7 sections on: (1) definition and placement; (2) assessment and curriculum; (3) instructional strategies; (4) individual needs; (5) systematic and data-based instruction and management; (6) family involvement and community attitudes; and (7) appropriate…
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Definitions, Developmental Disabilities, Disability Identification
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Israel, Maya; Knowlton, Earle; Griswold, Deborah; Rowland, Amber – Journal of Special Education Technology, 2009
Teacher educators must find ways to teach course content situated within realistic K-12 contexts so that their preservice teachers can better understand how to apply that content effectively in situations they will face as professionals. Video-conferencing (VC) technology has emerged as a useful tool in teacher education, evincing a wide range of…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers, Mentors, Elementary Secondary Education
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Dal Bello, Angie; Knowlton, Earle; Chaffin, Jerry – Intervention in School and Clinic, 2007
Interactive videoconferencing (IVC) consists of live, synchronous audio and video communication via a computer or digital phone network among sites in different physical locations. Many productive but not always obvious benefits, such as increased learning opportunities, student motivation, and instructor-student communication, are possible…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Distance Education, Interactive Video, Teleconferencing
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Knowlton, Earle – Education and Training in Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, 1998
Discusses and exemplifies the process of personalizing a curriculum for students with developmental disabilities that is characterized by a rational, responsible, and responsive approach to planning and delivering support in integrated educational settings. Presents two compatible models of delivery: Cooperative Teaching and Community-based…
Descriptors: Curriculum Design, Curriculum Development, Delivery Systems, Elementary Secondary Education
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Knowlton, H. Earle – Learning Disability Quarterly, 1980
Picture fading methods previously demonstrated to be effective with moderately and severely retarded individuals were used to teach 12 sight words to two learning disabled students (ages 8 and 10). (Author)
Descriptors: Elementary Education, Learning Disabilities, Learning Modalities, Resource Room Programs
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Knowlton, H. Earle – Teacher Education and Special Education, 1980
A framework for evaluating short-term inservice teacher education workshops regarding handicapped children specifies targets (outcomes, processes), conditions (pre-postsession, within-session, and followup), and instruments (paper and pencil surveys, direct observation, interviews), and standards. Recommendations are offered for using the…
Descriptors: Disabilities, Evaluation Methods, Inservice Teacher Education, Program Evaluation
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Clark, Gary M.; Knowlton, H. Earle – Exceptional Children, 1988
In response to a comment on the authors' earlier work, this article makes two points: (1) current transition literature is too narrowly focused to appeal to diverse audiences that have histories of categorical specialization, and (2) transition outcome goals should encompass the community and home as well as employment settings. (JDD)
Descriptors: Disabilities, Education Work Relationship, Educational Policy, Educational Research
Guy, Barbara A.; Knowlton, H. Earle – Diagnostique, 1987
The case study of a young male adult with moderate to severe handicapping conditions used naturalistic inquiry procedures including interviews and observations of home, community, and employment settings. Decisions had been influenced by personal and cultural values of the participants and reflected a lack of informed choices, miscommunication,…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Community Services, Decision Making, Family Environment