2 edition of Education of the slow-learning child found in the catalog.
Education of the slow-learning child
Christine Porter Ingram
|Statement||by Christine P. Ingram ... with an introduction by Elise H. Martens ...|
|LC Classifications||LC4601 .I6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 419 p.|
|Number of Pages||419|
|LC Control Number||35017534|
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Get this from a library. Education of the slow-learning child. [Christine P Ingram; Elise H Martens] -- Every community faces the problem of the child who learns slowly in school. The problem of providing proper educational opportunities for these children is a serious one, especially as the compulsory.
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Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordableCited by: Get this from a library.
Education of the slow-learning child. [Christine P Ingram] -- This book presents educational programs designed to discover and develop the assets of a wide range of mentally retarded or slow-learning children.
It begins with an examination of the needs and. Full text of "Education Of The Slow Learning Child" See other formats. Education of the Slow Learning Child Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive.
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Nov 01, · How to Help Slow-Learning Children. If your child is having trouble learning, one of the most effective ways to help is to provide support at home that will complement the curriculum in school. Keep reading to find ways that you can help your child get the most out of his or her education.
Mrs. Smith's book about the ""educable retarded""- the children whose IQ range is from 50 to 90, has been written for parents as well as other teachers- in an attempt to equalize the educational opportunities of the slow-learning child who is more usually stigmatized.
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Education Of The Slow Learning Child Edition Third Item Preview remove-circle Book Source: Digital Library of India Item awordathought.com: Ingram,awordathought.comine Internet Archive Python library dev4. plus-circle Add Review. comment. Reviews. A child who is fortunate enough to have parents who protect their right to slow learning is in control.
They are responsible for what they learn, when, how, and why and are free to choose what people and which experiences will help them on their journey.
Education of the Slow-Learning Child. (Second Edition) by Christine P. Ingram. The Ronald Press Company, pp. $ The Educational Forum: Vol. 18, No. 4 Author: Paul E. Couch. The Challenge of the Slow Learning Child ANNA M. ENGEL "The plight of the slow learner," says the author of this article, "is a challenge to teachers who believe that all children need a chance to succeed." She makes a realistic appraisal of the prob.
The Slow Learning Child. Search in: Advanced search. New content alerts RSS Special Education Teachers’ Knowledge and Experience of IEPs in the Education of Students with Special Educational Needs Al-Shammari et al.
Book Reviews. book review. REVIEWS. Pages: This book is aimed at parents and educators who are engaged in creative efforts to develop new curricula and improve children's ecological understanding.
Slow education is about supporting our children to develop values and ethics that will enable them to live a joyous life in the slow lane.
The teacher makes independent sentence cards and word cards independent of the book. In this way, the child recognizes the words. Each child learns comprehensions and it becomes an ego involved activity.
In this way the slow learning children learned, consolidated their learning, and learned vocabulary. Remedial education/special education can help slow learners as much as it helps children with learning difficulty but we might find in certain cases the improvement a little slower in children with slow learning than in children with learning difficulty because of the below average intelligence.
Feb 01, · A Book Review: Educatwn of the Slow-Learning Child. May E. Bryne. Journal of Exceptional Children 2: 4 Educatwn of the Slow-Learning Child Show all authors.
May E. Bryne. May E. Bryne. director of special education Minneapolis, Minnesota. First Author: May E. Bryne. First and foremost it is very important to develop confidence in the child that he or she can learn. The teacher has to use a different approach to make the student understand like teach him or her most basics without assuming that the student is.quotations about teaching-why education is important Love this especially since I'm going into teaching!
Every child is gifted; they just unwrap their packages at different times. let a child be who they are always. that is a good childhood. This reminds me of differentiating learning.Aug 26, · Slow. I love this word, and yet it tends to have many negative connotations in education.
Which is too bad because it’s the very philosophy we need to save our education system, and give kids the time and space necessary to grow into the thoughtful, articulate citizens .