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    Bellotti, Mary Elizabeth
    This study investigated the effect of computer use in the spelling achievement of learning disabled students. Subjects were 11 learning disabled students, ages 9-5 to 12-9. Subjects were given spelling instruction by three methods: teacher directed, c . . .
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    Bickford, Margaret B.
    Changes in labelling and categorizing children with special learning needs has altered the ambiance of the special, self-contained classroom, and has placed added responsibility on the special class teacher. The purpose of this project is to discuss t . . .
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    Valentine-Mistele, Margaret E.
    To develop and maintain personal relationships from high school into adult years is a skill not acquired by some American youth. Affective learning and humanistic teaching has been available in theory, materials, techniques and classrooms since the 19 . . .
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    Bley, Nancy S.
    Each year the impact of computers in education becomes more and more important, especially as educators begin to understand its uses and capabilities. This project discusses the implications of using a computer with learning disabled students. The pri . . .
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    Bartok, Pamela Joyce
    Investigates the reading habits and attitudes of adolescents, ages 11 to 22, enrolled in special education and regular education programs. A total of 67 special education and 143 regular education students were queried using a paper-pencil questionnai . . .