2 edition of History and the slow-learning child found in the catalog.
History and the slow-learning child
Evelyn E. Cowie
|Series||Teaching of history series -- 41|
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Slow-Learning Child in the Classroom by Mildred O. Bradley (, Spiral) at the best . A list of articles related to education that were published in several journals is presented. The articles include "Map Exercises, Syllabus and Notebook in Modern History Since ," by Mildred C. Bishop and Edward K. Robinson, "The Bookman's Manual," by Gessie Graham, and "Education of the Slow-Learning Child," by Christine P. Ingram.
), information in a commemorative issue of The Slow Learning Child (), personal experience and the observations of colleagues who knew Schonell better than me. Table 1 gives a brief chronology of Fred Schonell, who was the first person I am aware of to receive a. Dick and Jane refers to the two main characters, "Dick" and "Jane", created by Zerna Sharp for a series of basal readers that William S. Gray wrote to teach children to read. The characters first appeared in the Elson-Gray Readers in and continued in a subsequent series of books through the final version that Scott Foresman published in These readers were used in classroom in the.
What is slow learning? A “slow learner” is not a diagnostic category, it is a term people use to describe a student who has the ability to learn necessary academic skills, but at rate and depth below average same age peers. What is the difference between slow learners and learning disability? An individual with learning disability has average or above average scores on a standard I.Q. test. Our Vision. To help homeschool parents ignite wonder and connect with their kids through the best stories and guided lessons. To accomplish this vision we create, develop, and publish Charlotte Mason-inspired history and literature curriculum and teacher's guides to help parents fulfill their desire to read the best books, foster a curiosity-driven learning environment, and develop deep.
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Mrs. Smith's book about the ""educable retarded""- the children whose IQ range History and the slow-learning child book from 50 to 90, has been written for parents as well as other teachers- in an attempt to equalize the educational opportunities of the slow-learning child who is more usually stigmatized.
Based on her own teaching experience, this is a demonstration that the slow-learner can learn, if no undue pressure brought to. This book presents the educational programs designed to discover and develop the assets of a wide range of mentally retarded or slow-learning children.
It begins with an examination of the needs and potentialities of the mentally retarded and the problems that teachers, parents, and interested members of the community face in providing programs of special education for these particular children.
'Our Children: A History of the Slow Learning Children's Group of WA' gives an insight into the lack of facilities, resources and support that existed for children with intellectual disabilities in Western Australia prior to the s.
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Education of the Slow-Learning Child By Christine P. Ingram Ronald Press, Read preview Overview Speaking, Reading, and Writing in Children with Language Learning Disabilities: New Paradigms in Research and Practice By Katharine G.
Butler; Elaine R. Silliman Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, The use of pictures, models, charts, films and other audio-visual aids will also be profitable. An employment project method is helpful in imparting education. As the slow learner needs security, an atmosphere of assurance and love should be created.
Direct experiences and concrete example are great help for children. Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t2k69nr8p Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner Internet Archive Python library dev4. Publishing History This is a chart to show the publishing history of editions of works about this subject.
Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count of editions published. Actually slow learners are normal students but the problem is that they are simply not interested in studying under traditionally accepted system of education.
Slow learners should not be confused with students in need of special education or reluctant learners who are Size: 39KB. Batho, G R Sources for the History of History Teaching in Elementary Schools, Cowie, Evelyn 41 History and the Slow-Learning Child. In series: History of Education Project Books on the History of History Teaching.
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Weaver, 2 books Martin E. Cohen, 2 books Peter. In case the slow learning children are placed in the special class or special school, the curriculum has to be based on logical, physical and social aspects.
The contents however, may vary according to the age and need of the child. Ingram, Education of the Slow Learning Child. Ronald Press, Oxford, 3rd edn, (National Society for the Study of Education 57th Year Book) Jan ; in History of Education Society.
Education of the Slow Learning Child Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text Brand: SAGE Publications.
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