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Visual Depictions as Information Organizers for Enhancing Achievement of Students with Leanring Disabilities

Crank, J.N., & Bulgren, J.A. (1993). Visual depictions as information organizers for enhancing achievement of students with learning disabilities. Learning Disabilities Research & Practice, 8(3), 140-147.

Topic: Instruction and Intervention Issues
Subcategory: Big Picture
Summary: Studies involving the use of visual depictions to teach content information to classes that contain students with LD are reviewed, including concept maps, timelines, matrices, webs, and networks in which students organize important course facts, concepts, and relationships.

 

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