Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

Education Commons

Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

2004

The College at Brockport: State University of New York

Learning disabilities

Articles 1 - 3 of 3

Full-Text Articles in Education

Factors Affecting The Academic Performance Of Learning Disabled Students In Science, Kathleen Marie Parsons Jun 2004

Factors Affecting The Academic Performance Of Learning Disabled Students In Science, Kathleen Marie Parsons

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

This study investigated the factors that influence the academic performance of learning disabled students in an urban science classroom. The research focused on a group of six learning disabled sixth grade students. Student self-perceptions, levels of motivation, and locus of control served as the primary concentrations of the research study. Data was collected using an Academic Performance Questionnaire, weekly performance reflections, Studying Reflections, weekly observations, and student interviews. Findings indicate that LD students maintain a high overall self-concept despite inconsistent perceptions of their performance from week to week. LD students display less motivation than their unclassified peers, as evidenced by ...


Can General Education' Teachers And Inclusive Teachers Collaborate And Teach Effectively For The Services Of Their Students With Disabilities?, Shanna Delores Rae May 2004

Can General Education' Teachers And Inclusive Teachers Collaborate And Teach Effectively For The Services Of Their Students With Disabilities?, Shanna Delores Rae

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

This paper describes a study conducted in a suburban school district. A focus group session was established and consisted of four participants. Two participants are certified special education teachers; the other two participants are certified general education teachers. The researcher and one observer conducted the research. During the focus group session, the four educators discussed five questions amongst each other. The researcher asked the questions and wrote down the responses. The observer wrote down the responses as well to ensure accurate analysis of the responses. The research questions focused on collaboration efforts between general and special education teachers, and how ...


Teachers' Attitudes On How Medication Affects Students' Success, Anna Kogan May 2004

Teachers' Attitudes On How Medication Affects Students' Success, Anna Kogan

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

A study was conducted to find out if elementary students in inclusive classrooms associated with disabilities and students with problems in learning, processing and communicating information that receive medication are as academically and socially successful as students who do not receive medication. All subjects (N = 34) that participated in the study were students and teachers in a suburban elementary school, grades kindergarten through second. Data was collected using an anonymous, unpublished questionnaire, as well as from published comments on report cards from spring of 2003. All the questions asked addressed teachers' opinions and knowledge about academic and social performance, as ...