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Responses of staff towards people with mild to moderate intellectual disability who behave aggressively: a cognitive emotional analysis.
- L. Wanless, A. Jahoda
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of intellectual disability research…
- 1 September 2002
BACKGROUND Traditionally, research into interactions between staff and adults with an intellectual disability who engage in challenging behaviour has been carried out within a behavioural paradigm.… Expand
Knowing you: the interpersonal perceptions of staff towards aggressive individuals with mild to moderate intellectual disabilities in situations of conflict.
OBJECTIVES Staff attributions concerning challenging behaviour have been found to play a role in determining their responses. The emphasis in the literature has been on staff beliefs about the… Expand
A Learning Studio that Inspires Active Pedagogy
- L. Wanless
- 27 October 2016
For this case study, the author describes the successful collaboration between Michigan Technological University and Herman Miller in the creation of a learning studio within an emerging learning… Expand
To Build A Better Bottle Opener: Interweaving A Project Through The Engineering Technology Curriculum
Student facilitated learning in project management: A case study
Facilitative learning model for student engagement in a project management course: a case study
Ample research exists in the area of instructor-led facilitation, which is typically conducted by those trained in pedagogical approaches and as such their primary profession may be that of faculty,… Expand