2 edition of experimental curriculum for young mentally retarded children found in the catalog.
experimental curriculum for young mentally retarded children
Frances P. Connor
|Statement||[by] Frances P. Connor [and] Mabel E. Talbot.|
|Series||TC series in special education|
|Contributions||Talbot, Mabel E.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 300p. :|
|Number of Pages||300|
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Experimental curriculum for young mentally retarded children. New York, Bureau of Publications, Teachers College, Columbia University, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Frances P Connor; Mabel E Talbot. full text of "eric ed an experimental curriculum for young mentally retarded children.
tc series in special education. TC SERIES IN SPECIAL EDUCATION. See other formats. guidelines afforded lay the State of California and by the California Area VI Inter-County Committee, is designed to serve as a teacher's guide for teachers of trainable retarded children. The program proposed herein is designed to provide training for the TMR student which will maximize his/her ability to function in the home and in a sheltered environment within the community.
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Anderson, D. R., & Levin, S. Young children's attention to Sesame Street. Child Development,47, Analyzes the visual attenti- of young children, ranging inFile Size: 6MB. Effects of a preschool program upon young educable mentally retarded children. New York, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Maurice Hamilton Fouracre; Columbia University.
Teachers College. Department of Special Education. An experimental curriculum for young mentally retarded children / Frances P. Connor, Mabel E. Talbot Understanding and teaching the dependent retarded child [by] Louis E.
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American Journal of Mental Deficiency Cassidy, V. M., and Stanton, J. An Investigation of Factors Involved in the Educational Placement of Mentally Retarded Children. An Experimental Curriculum for Young Mentally Retarded Children P Connorfrances Englewood School Development Program—Guidelines for Education of Four-Five-and Six-Year-Olds.
Connor, Frances P, Talbot, Mabel E Connor, Frances P An Experimental Curriculum for Young Mentally Retarded Children New York Bureau of Publications, Teachers College, Columbia University Teachers College Series in Special Education Google ScholarAuthor: Cynthia P Deutsch.
The aim of the current study was to develop the linguistic outcomes of people with simple mental retardation (55 - 70) degree. The existence of a mentally retarded child is a problem facing the family as well as the society due to the difficulty of dealing with this child with limited abilities.
The current study is of practical importance in devel. The education of students with mental retardation has an interesting history. As noted in chapter 1, formal attempts at education date back to the s.
Tremendous changes have taken place over the years, especially in the types of education that have been emphasized and the places in which that education has been : Ronald L.
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Open Library. Books by Language Additional Collections. Featured movies All video latest This Just In Prelinger Archives Democracy Now. A multi-sensory curriculum for young children: [a paper] Mary Barbara Stark The students in the experimental classes will show no significant and mentally retarded, ages four years, nine months to five years, nine months for the normal child, and to children under eight years in.
This chapter discusses about Kirk's investigation and the implementation of Project head start in One of the early replications of Kirk's study was conducted by Fouracre, Connor, and Goldberg.
The major goal of the investigation was to develop and evaluate a curriculum specifically designed for preschool educable mentally retarded by: Blacher, J. (). Assessing social cognition in young mentally retarded and nonretarded children. American Journal of Mental Deficiency I., and Williams, N.
(). Psychopathology and mental retardation: A study of mentally retarded children: I. Psychopathology. American Journal of The National Academies Press. doi: Matson, J. L. (). Treatment outcome research for depression in mentally retarded children and youth: Methodological issues.
Psychopharmacology Bulletin, 22, Matson, J. L. (). Self-injury and its relationship to diagnostic schemes in psychopathology. Applied Research in Mental Retardation, 7.