TITLE

TIMELY AND COMPELLING RESEARCH FOR THE FIELD OF LEARNING DISABILITIES: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE FUTURE

AUTHOR(S)
King-Sears, Margaret E.; Boudah, Daniel J.; Goodwin, Marilyn W.; Raskind, Marshall H.; Swanson, H. Lee
PUB. DATE
April 2004
SOURCE
Learning Disability Quarterly;Spring2004, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p77
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Presents synthesis of articles discussed as part of the research symposium at the 25th International Conference on Learning Disabilities by the Council for Learning Disabilities in October 11, 2003. "Identification, Instruction, Teacher Preparation, and "Scale"," by D. J. Boudah; "Research Gap, Memory for Functional Information, IQ, Reading, and Math Disabilities," by H. L. Swanson; "The Good News in Reading Interventions for Students With LD," by M. W. Goodwin.
ACCESSION #
14075011

 

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