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The Discursive Practice of Learning Disability
This article serves as an invitation to rethink and to broaden the scope of learning disabilities (LD) research and practice. We begin with 3 assumptions: Education in a representative democracy isExpand
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Anna's Story
The narratives of personal experience of an adolescent named Anna provided insights into two issues: first, how well her discourse conformed to linguistic expectations for the types of narrativeExpand
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Scaffolding: a broader view.
  • D. Reid
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of learning disabilities
  • 1 July 1998
To situate the concept of scaffolding within a broader context than that addressed by Stone, I discuss it with respect to (a) the historical context of learning disabilities, (b) the emerging focusExpand
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Differences That Make a Difference
To determine if cognition among persons with learning disabilities (LD) and mild mental retardation (MMR) is similar, we compared metacomponential functioning and knowledge acquisition across groupsExpand
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Reflections on the pragmatics of a paradigm shift.
  • D. Reid
  • Medicine
  • Journal of learning disabilities
  • 1988
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Scaffolding
To situate the concept of scaffolding within a broader context than that addressed by Stone, I discuss it with respect to (a) the historical context of learning disabilities, (b) the emerging focusExpand
Computer Automated Ultrasonic Inspection System
Abstract : Standard ultrasonic inspection techniques used in industry today can involve tedious manual or semiautomated operations that make them incompatible with high-rate industrial productionExpand
Five Faces of Cognition: Theoretical Influences on Approaches to Learning Disabilities
The label cognitive has been used to designate five substantially different approaches to the study of learning disabilities: information processing, metacognition, genetic epistemology, cognitiveExpand