In this resource for educators, Harold F. Burks offers a comprehensive guide to the evaluation techniques and intervention strategies that have worked with many school children experiencing problems. Thus, Diagnosis and Remediation Practices for Troubled School Children attempts to: clarify the understanding of observed, unwanted child behavior symptoms (whether they be physical, intellectual, academic or social in nature); investigate with educators and parents_and sometimes children_the possible causal factors that antedate these behavior manifestations; create in cooperation with parents and school personnel, innovative intervention techniques to help children learn accepted behavior patterns.Assessing Academic Readiness Children who have trouble completing formal curriculum tasks at the first grade level often demonstrate ... Starr (1965) reported that the studies of Ilg and Ames (1965) yielded an 83% agreement between the results of developmental ... was significantly related to the childa#39;s fifth grade reading comprehension scores on the California Achievement Test (Tiegs aamp; Clark, 1972).
|Title||:||Diagnosis and remediation practices for troubled school children|
|Author||:||Harold F. Burks|
|Publisher||:||R&L Education - 2008|