Teacher Involvement and Early Identification of Children with Learning Disabilities

Schaer, Hildegard F.; Crump, W. Donald
February 1976
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Feb1976, Vol. 9 Issue 2
Academic Journal
Examines the classroom teachers' ability to identify learning disabled children in order to prescribe a teaching program for them and to implement the prescription with the help of parent volunteers and teacher aids. Feasibility of research regarding early identification of learning disabilities; Role played by the teacher in early identification and diagnosis; Need for and scope of individualized programs.


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