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Teaching Adolescents with Learning Disabilities to Generate and Use Task-Specific Strategies

Ellis, E.S., Deshler, D.D., & Schumaker, J.B., (1989). Teaching adolescents with learning disabilities to generate and use task-specific strategies. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 22(2), 108-119, 130.

Topic: Learning Strategies
Subcategory: Research
Summary: A multiple baseline across subject design was used to determine whether students with LD could increase their ability to generate new strategies or adopt existing task-specific strategies for meeting varying demands of the general education classroom (SUCCESS superordinate strategy).

 

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