These links take you to entries for each of the areas shown. The
articles that are summarized address a range of ages, grade levels,
and categories of exceptionality that taken together may provide you
with some helpful suggestions. Each entry is based on the results of
one study reported in journals relevant to special education. For
each item you will find information about (a) the targeted skill or
behavior addressed by the research, (b) with whom the technique was
studied, (c) a description of the teaching procedure, (d) a
description of how the technique was evaluated, (e) the citation so
that you can obtain the full document, and (f) the names and
university affiliations of the people who created the entries.
For additional information about effectiveness in education, see George Klima's extensive resources on educational reform.
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