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Effectiveness of a Concept Teaching Routine in Enhancing the Performance of LD Students in Secondary-level Mainstream Classes

Bulgren, J.A., Schumaker, J.B., & Deshler, D.D. (1988). Effectiveness of a concept teaching routine in enhancing the performance of LD students in secondary-level mainstream classes. Learning Disability Quarterly, 11(1), 3-17.

Topic: Content Enhancement
Subcategory: Research
Summary: Multiple-baseline studies with a wide array of variables are used to measure teacher effectiveness with Concept Diagrams and the Concept Teaching Routine in heterogeneous regular education, classrooms and their effect on students (with and without LD) using several classroom performance indicators.

 

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