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The sample appeared to be a reasonable representation of middle schools across the country (DeSimone & Pamar, 2006). The respondents were approximately 71% female, 80% completed or pursuing a Master’s degree, with varying years of experience from one year to 15 or more. Methods and Procedures The survey consisted of a three-part... ... middle of paper ... ...ssues. Most of the participants had limited understanding of specific strategies that could be used to increase the success of the student with learning disabilities in the mathematics class. The second issue revealed was that teacher collaboration was the most valuable resource for the general education teacher, specifically special education teachers, aides, and school psychologists.
Students are all different. Kids all learn different ways, and at varying paces. Both Physical and Learning Disabilities can hinder a child’s learning speed and hold them back from the rest of the class. It can be very difficult to identify a child with a learning disability because students can often be misunderstood and labeled as unmotivated and lazy. These students are often ignored and not given enough individual attention, and therefore they experience difficulty and frustration all throughout their education.
The first test was done to see the amount of educational foundation the student had prior to learning that year. The second test was done to see the additional learning the student received that year. His findings showed that there was a large variance between students in different classrooms. The results proved to be true even if students between different classes had the same SES, age, race and family background. It was also true for students who started with the same test scores in the beginning of the year.
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21 Feb. 2011. Olson, Lynn. “States Turn to End-of-Course Tests To Bolster High School Curriculum.” Education Week (June 6, 2001). Print. "Performance of Students in Each course on the ABCs End-of-Course Tests."