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The Effect Of A Neuro-Linguistic Programming Modeled-Reading Comprehension Strategy On Special Education Students, Gary J. Lisman Aug 1995

The Effect Of A Neuro-Linguistic Programming Modeled-Reading Comprehension Strategy On Special Education Students, Gary J. Lisman

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

This study was designed to test the effectiveness of a Neuro-Linguistic

Programming modeled-reading comprehension strategy. This lower order thinking strategy treatment was tested on seven special education students from three suburban middle schools in western New York.

This treatment was intended to develop the subject's ability to create images from written language. First, students drew pictures of sentences read to them by their teacher. Next, the teacher asked students questions about the visual, auditory and kinesthetic submodalities of their pictures; students were urged to add missing details. Once students could draw and sequence pictures adequately, they were instructed to ...


Environmental Awareness As A Distinguishing Factor That Differentiates Special Education Students From Their Regular Education Peers, Deborah Broikou Aug 1995

Environmental Awareness As A Distinguishing Factor That Differentiates Special Education Students From Their Regular Education Peers, Deborah Broikou

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was to distinguish the differences between special education and regular education students regarding their awareness of environmental changes in the classroom.

The subjects in this study were from a suburban school district in New York State. Of the sixteen students involved, eight were from a self-contained special education first grade class. The other eight students were randomly selected from a regular education first grade class.

Alterations were made to the classroom environment (twice a week for four weeks). The days of the week and the alterations were staggered to avoid alerting the students to the ...


Students’ Opinions Regarding Inclusion, Alicia A. Francesca May 1995

Students’ Opinions Regarding Inclusion, Alicia A. Francesca

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

The primary purpose of this study was to determine students' opinions in regard to inclusive education programs and the effectiveness of these programs.

The subjects involved were 150 high school students from a suburban school district in western New York. Of those 150 students, 114 were regular education students and 36 were special education students. All participants were students in blended English classes.

Students were asked to anonymously complete a 16-item questionnaire in which they were asked to respond "yes, no, or unsure." As students returned the questionnaires to the classroom teacher, the teacher placed an identifying mark on the ...


The Adaptation Of Regular Elementary Classrooms For Children With Moderate And Severe Disabilities: Inclusion Practices From The Principal's Perspective, Jerry R. Herman May 1995

The Adaptation Of Regular Elementary Classrooms For Children With Moderate And Severe Disabilities: Inclusion Practices From The Principal's Perspective, Jerry R. Herman

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

This study examined the perceptions of elementary school principals in Tennessee regarding the desirability and feasibility of adapting regular elementary classrooms and programs for the inclusion of children with moderate and severe disabilities. The purpose of the study was to add an administrative dimension to current research on inclusive educational programming for children typically educated in special (CDC) class settings. Data collection for the descriptive design of the study was accomplished by use of a 40 item survey instrument with a 7-point Likert-type scale for each construct (i.e., desirability and feasibility). Four ten item subscales addressed the areas of ...


The Adaptation Of Regular Elementary Classrooms For Children With Moderate And Severe Disabilities: Inclusion Practices From The Principal's Perspective, Jerry R. Herman May 1995

The Adaptation Of Regular Elementary Classrooms For Children With Moderate And Severe Disabilities: Inclusion Practices From The Principal's Perspective, Jerry R. Herman

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

This study examined the perceptions of elementary school principals in Tennessee regarding the desirability and feasibility of adapting regular elementary classrooms and programs for the inclusion of children with moderate and severe disabilities. The purpose of the study was to add an administrative dimension to current research on inclusive educational programming for children typically educated in special (CDC) class settings. Data collection for the descriptive design of the study was accomplished by use of a 40 item survey instrument with a 7-point Likert-type scale for each construct (i.e., desirability and feasibility). Four ten item subscales addressed the areas of ...