Children with learning disabilities: theories, diagnosis, teaching strategies

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Houghton Mifflin, 1976 - Education - 442 pages
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A broad examination of current knowledge concerning children's learning disabilities with emphasis on the development of teaching strategies. Glossary. Bibliogs

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TWO THE DIAGNOSISTEACHING PROCESS
71
theories
127
Four organization and management
349
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Janet W. Lerner is professor emeritus at Northeastern Illinois University, where she served as professor and chairperson of the Department of Special Education. She received the J. E. Wallace Wallin Special Education Lifetime Achievement Award from the Council of Exceptional Children, and was awarded the Romaine P. Mackie Award from the Pioneers Division of CEC. Dr. Lerner served as a general education teacher, a special education teacher, and a reading specialist at the elementary, middle school, and high school levels. She has taught at several colleges and universities in the fields of learning disabilities, reading instruction, and special education. She serves as coeditor of Learning Disabilities: An Interdisciplinary Journal, a publication of the Learning Disabilities Association of America. Dr. Lerner has authored and coauthored numerous journal articles and books, including AN INTRODUCTION TO YOUNG CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS, 3rd Edition (2011, Cengage Learning) and READING PROBLEMS: DIAGNOSIS AND TEACHING STRATEGIES (2010). Dr. Lerner is currently an adjunct professor in the PACE program at National Louis University.

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