TITLE

Actual and Desired Roles of the High School Learning Disability Resource Teacher

AUTHOR(S)
D'Alonzo, Bruno J.; Wiseman, Douglas E.
PUB. DATE
June 1978
SOURCE
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Jun/Jul1978, Vol. 11 Issue 6
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Investigates the role expectations of the high school learning disability resource teacher using a developed behavior scale to which incumbents responded as to their actual and desired role performance. Importance of understanding teacher roles; Program for secondary learning disabled students; Desire for intense and complete involvement in the overall program for secondary learning disabled students.
ACCESSION #
4728773

 

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