Research and Global Perspectives in Learning Disabilities Essays in Honor of William M. Cruikshank
Issues in Educating Students With Disabilities
By Daniel P. Hallahan, Barbara K. Keogh
April 27, 2016
This volume honors the founder of the International Academy for Research in Learning Disabilities (IARLD), William M. Cruickshank, and his many accomplishments. His influence on special education in general, and learning disabilities in specific, is evident throughout the world. Consistent with his...
By Deirdre K. Mithaug, Deirdre K. Mithaug
May 08, 2015
This volume brings together four semi-autonomous bodies of research (choice, self-determination, self-regulation, and self-management) to form a new theory of self-engaged learning entitled, Self-Determined Learning Theory. This theory explains why and how students self-engage. It identifies the ...
By Bernice Y.L. Wong, Mavis L. Donahue
May 08, 2015
Bringing together over 25 years of research into the social aspects of learning disabilities (LD), this book presents a range of topics that reflect on the richness of research interests in the discipline. In honor of Tanis Bryan, the pioneer in research on social competence of children with LD, ...
By John Wills Lloyd, Edward J. Kameenui, Edward J. Kameenui, David J. Chard
September 12, 1997
The contributors to this volume represent the most prominent researchers and thinkers on issues in educating students with and without disabilities. The book captures the most current thinking, research, and analysis on the full range of issues in educating students with learning disabilities, from...
By Jean B. Crockett, James M. Kauffman
May 13, 1999
The Least Restrictive Environment: Its Origins and Interpretations in Special Education examines issues of ethical leadership and clarifies instructional placement decisions that provide a full educational opportunity for students with disabilities....
By Renee Bradley, Louis Danielson, Daniel P. Hallahan
August 12, 2002
Identification of Learning Disabilities: Research to Practice is the remarkable product of a learning disabilities summit conference convened by the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) in August 2001 and the activities following that summit. Both the conference and this book were seen as ...
By Harvey N. Switzky
September 12, 2001
This book presents the most comprehensive review of research regarding personality and motivational differences in persons with mental retardation. From the personal commentary of Edward Zigler, H. Carl Haywood, and Harvey N. Switzky, the book summarizes the classical work of the Yale and ...
By Russell Gersten, Ellen P. Schiller, Sharon R. Vaughn
April 12, 2000
Considerable research in the past 30 years has accumulated regarding the academic and social functioning of youngsters with disabilities. Only in the past decade has there been sufficient special education research published from which meta-analyses and syntheses can be conducted. In this volume, ...
By Ronald Gallimore, Lucinda P. Bernheimer, Donald L. MacMillan, Deborah L. Speece, Sharon R. Vaughn
April 01, 1999
This volume has two purposes. The first is to summarize, substantiate, and extend current knowledge on the development of children with high incidence disabilities--most notably, learning disabilities, behavioral disorders, and mild mental retardation. The second is to honor the career of Professor...
By Deborah C. Simmons, Edward J. Kameenui, Edward J. Kameenui
September 12, 1998
The purpose of this book is to communicate findings of a research synthesis investigating the bases of reading failure and the curricular and instructional basics to help guide the design and advancement of children's reading performance. The synthesis--completed by the National Center to Improve ...