Educational Alternatives for Students with Learning Disabilities responds to the pressing need to provide teachers of learning-disabled students with practical knowledge regarding state-of-the-art intervention strat- egies. This book provides examples of validated alternative educational practices which avoid the pitfalls and stigmatizing effects on students of older models of intervention. The new practices aim to maximize teaching effectiveness and to assist the learning disabled in achieving their potential. The intervention strategies described in this book have the power to enhance the efforts of all concerned.(1988) found that junior high school LD studentsa#39; stories and essays were similar with regard to quality of handwriting, proportion of ... to produce more after they had ostensibly stopped writing doubled to tripled their output on an argumentative essay. ... To illustrate, Thomas et al., (1987), found that third through seventh grade LD students evidenced difficulty in sustaining their thinking about topics; theyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Educational Alternatives for Students with Learning Disabilities|
|Author||:||Susan A. Vogel|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|