Corral, Nadine; Antia, Shirin D.
March 1997
Teaching Exceptional Children;Mar/Apr97, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p42
Academic Journal
Demonstrates a program to help students with learning disabilities experience success with mathematics. Case study of learning disabled student; Cycle of failure; Plan of action; Instructional process; Steps to positive attribution in math; Success cycle; Steps for success with learning strategies. INSET: What is attribution theory?..


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