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This study examined the homework practices of 88 teachers of students with learning disabilities. While the findings indicated that the respondents were using several quality homework practices, some problems were noted. Suggestions for improving the homework procedures of teachers of students with learning disabilities are presented.
Science is one of the major content areas of the general education curriculum on which the educational reform movement has focused. In such nationwide reports as Science for All Americans (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1989), our nation's schools have been exhorted to make science literacy a reality for all students, including those(More)
This article describes a study examining the homework practices of 48 students with learning disabilities and a matched sample of 48 nondisabled students. Students ranged in age from 11 to 15 years and attended Grades 6 through 8. Students in both groups completed the Student Survey of Homework Practices, a 27-item, Likert-type questionnaire examining(More)
The effects of the Good Behavior Game (GBG) individualized across type and frequency of behavior were examined in three classes of severely behaviorally disordered students using a reversal design. The findings showed that the individualized GBG was effective in simultaneously decreasing a variety of inappropriate behaviors exhibited by the three classes,(More)