Diagnosing Difficulties in Learning Basic Math Facts

Dunlap, William P.; Thompson, Charles S.
November 1977
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Nov1977, Vol. 10 Issue 9
Academic Journal
Presents a procedure that will enable teachers to identify the nature of arithmetic difficulties of learning disabled children using a tachistoscope. Description of the procedure; Efficacy of the procedure; Evidence that teachers do not need sophisticated equipment or diagnostic training.


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