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Masters ThesisTeaching young children with moderate to severe disabilities through teacher-made video mediated instructionSampson, Marie ArleneThe purpose of this study is to examine the effectiveness of the implementation of video modeling to teach a group of children with moderate and severe disabilities the self-help and functional skill procedure for getting lunch in the cafeteria, and t . . .
ThesisKanter, Abby G.The existence of the learning disabled child is often unrecognized and his numbers underestimated. He is often characterized by antisocial behavior, psychological dysfunction, and school failure. The conferene, "A Multi-disciplinary Approach to Learni . . .
ThesisJenkins, Richard GeorgeIn this study, the counseling needs and desires of a group of parents of children with learning difficulties was investigated. Parents and counselors were sent questionnaires to ascertain their respective perceptions of the parents’ counseling need. A . . .
ThesisAmirkhan, James HowardBecause it is known that high anxiety interferes with learning, and that relaxation techniques have been shown effective in reducing anxiety, it was hypothesized that relaxation training would reduce anxiety and enhance learning in a population of lea . . .