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slow learning program in the elementary and secondary schools

Cincinnati Public Schools

slow learning program in the elementary and secondary schools

by Cincinnati Public Schools

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Published by Cincinnati Public Schools in [Cincinnati] .
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  • Slow learning children

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    SeriesCurriculum bulletin -- no. 119
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 743 p. :
    Number of Pages743
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14624633M

    Infusing a school with technology can be a transforming experience: the potential exists to change almost every aspect of school operations, and much of teaching and learning. Applications of technology in practice are examined through key questions, indicators, and measures for technology integration in the school setting.   Twin Peaks Charter Academy starts school in-person for elementary, hybrid for secondary learning days, middle school students will have the option of attending a free study hall program where.

    Shaping the Education of Slow Learners Book Summary: First published in This book defines the slow learner, identifies the size of the problem presented by them, and outlines the responsibility of the ordinary school for their education. For updated course guide information for the school year, please contact your school’s counseling office. Subscribe to the list below to receive notification for the Student Guide.

    A STUDY OF SLOW LEARNERS WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS IN THE FIELD OF SECONDARY MATHEMATICS by NANCY JANE BAUCUM, B.S. A THESIS IN EDUCATION Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of Texas Technological College in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of MASTER OF EDUCATION. U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics. Technology in Schools: Suggestions, Tools, and Guidelines for Assessing Technology in Elementary and Secondary Education NCES –,, prepared by Tom Ogle, Morgan Branch, Bethann Canada, Oren Christmas, John Clement, Judith Fillion.

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The Slow Learning Program in the Elementary and Secondary Schools. Cincinnati Public : Cincinnati Public Schools. Get this from a library. The slow learning program in the elementary and secondary schools. [Cincinnati Public Schools.]. Slow learners in secondary schools.

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Education of the slow-learning child. [Christine P Ingram] -- This book presents educational programs designed to discover and develop the assets of a wide range of mentally retarded or slow-learning children.

It begins with an examination of the needs and. What It Is: This program is designed to teach elementary-aged kids the computer skills they need. It’s specifically aligned to learning standards in the UK, but the skills apply to students everywhere.

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When teaching a novel to high school students, help slow learners by passing out worksheets and supplementary materials with visuals, such as family trees of the characters involved, timelines of the plot, and images of historical maps, costumes, and houses from the period of the novel.

Children who are slow learners may benefit from attending a boarding school where they live with fellow students and teachers for much of the year. This would provide constant access to therapeutic curriculum and appropriate learning resources, and.

Causes of slow learning, identification, educational programmes, curriculum Introduction Slow learning children are not special education students but they represent a group of educationally retarded. The contributing factors are cultural, poverty, family inadequacy, Hence, this children need suitable arrangements in regular schools.

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A school program for the slow-learning ; The organization of special classes -- The selection of pupils for a special program -- The special class: an educational laboratory -- Growth in attainments at various age levels -- Furthering pupil growth -- The choice and planning of units -- Procedure in carrying out the unit -- A detailed.

Elementary Reading Program Planning and Implementation Tool 1 INTRODUCTION The Elementary Reading Program Planning and Implementation Tool provides division and school-level administrators, reading teachers and coaches guidance in developing, implemen ting, sustaining and refining a comprehensive and effective schoolwide reading program.

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