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Educating mentally retarded persons in the mainstream / edited by Jay Gottlieb.

Baltimore : University Park Press, [1980] .
ISBN 9780839115229, 0839115229

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Other Authors Gottlieb, Jay, 1942-
Subjects Children with mental disabilities -- Education.
Education of Intellectually Disabled -- trends.
Enfants handicapés mentaux -- Éducation.
Intégration scolaire.
Mainstreaming in education.
Series Perspectives on handicapping conditions series.
Description xiv, 287 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Copyright Date [1980]
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Also issued online.
Contents Part I. The classroom teacher and mainstreaming : a review -- Attitudes of teachers toward mainstreaming retarded children / Judith L. Baker and Jay Gottlieb -- Teacher expectancies and their implications for teaching retarded students / Nancy D. Safer -- Part II. Methodological considerations in evaluating mainstream programs -- Evaluating programs for educating mentally retarded persons : changing paradigms / Fred A. Crowell -- Evaluating educational changes with single-subject designs / Alan C. Repp and John Lloyd -- Part III. Research on mainstreaming -- Educational provisions for young children with Down's Syndrome / John E. Rynders and J. Margaret Horrobin -- Research in large-scale curriculum development for mildly retarded children / I. Leon Smith -- Regular class education of EMR students, from efficacy to mainstreaming : a review of issues and research / C. Edward Meyers, Donald L. MacMillan, Roland K. Yoshida -- Students' and teachers' perceptions of the mentally retarded child / Gary N. Siperstein and John J. Bak -- Advocacy through the eyes of citizens / Stephen S. Strichart and Jay Gottlieb -- Part IV. Classroom applications -- Using research findings for classroom programming / Edward L. Meyen and Warren J. White.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)5333624
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