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The Ph.D. versus the Ed.D.: Time for a decision
In this study, U.S. institutions that offer doctoral programs in education were surveyed and institutional catalogues of the past decade were reviewed to determine trends regarding the Ph.D. versusExpand
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Tutoring interventions within special education settings: A comparison of cross-age and peer tutoring†
In two experiments, cross-age and peer tutoring interventions conducted within special education settings were compared. In Experiment 1, learning disabled (LD) and behaviorally disordered (BD)Expand
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Conducting literature searches for instructional development projects
The purpose of this paper is to describe three types of literature searches that should be conducted as part of the instructional design process: (a) an instructional materials review, (b) a content research review, and (c) a instructional theory review. Expand
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Special Education Students as Tutors: A Review and Analysis
Although accounts of cross-age and peer tutoring date back to the first century A.D., only recently have special educators begun to investigate its effects with handicapped students. The purpose ofExpand
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The Effects of Computerized Picture-Word Processing on Kindergartners' Language Development
Abstract Although researchers have encouraged early writing experiences for young children, teachers often write for children because young children have limited writing vocabulary, undevelopedExpand
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Partner Schools: Centers for Educational Renewal
Foreword 1. Introduction: Understanding School-University Partnerships - Russell T. Osguthorpe, R. Carl Harris, Sharon Black, Beverly R. Cutler, Melanie Fox Harris Part One: The Goals of PartnerExpand
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Increasing Social Acceptance: Mentally Retarded Students Tutoring Regular Class Peers.
Most special education tutoring research has focused on the academic benefits which come to handicapped students who are tutored by regular class students. Seldom have researchers measured theExpand
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Reverse-Role Tutoring: The Effects of Handicapped Students Tutoring Regular Class Students
The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of having handicapped students tutor younger, nonhandicapped children in reading. Included in the study were 78 fourth- through sixth-gradeExpand
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Elementary Age Special Education Students Using Self-Directed or Tutor-Assisted Computer-Aided Instruction to Develop Keyboarding Skills
The purpose of this study was to compare the effectiveness of two methods of keyboarding instruction: one in which students use keyboarding software without assistance, and the other inwhich students use the same software but have a tutor to guide them in its use. Expand
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Computerized Symbol Processors for Individuals with Severe Communication Disabilities
A study in which newly developed computerized systems were tested with nonspeaking individuals. Expand
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