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Can a Strategy be Taught and Learned in Secondary Inclusive Classrooms?

Scanlon, D., Deshler, D.D., & Schumaker, J.B. (1996). Can a strategy be taught and learned in secondary inclusive classrooms? Learning Disabilities Research & Practice, 11(1), 41-57.

Topic: Learning Strategies
Subcategory: Research
Summary: A multiple-probe design and a comparison group design are used to determine (1) whether content-area teachers could implement the instructional procedures necessary for teaching a learning strategy in conjunction with regular curriculum content to academically diverse classes and (b) whether academically diverse groups of students could learn the strategy within that context.

 

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