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Fri Mar 21 17:04:11 2014 UTClccn-no001027200.00Life space learning and performance characteristics /0.440.50Legislation and litigation130461815no 001027205380437lccn-n80061042University of Wisconsin--Stevens Pointnp-sontag, edSontag, Edlccn-n80061961Brown, Lou1939-lccn-no00102671Orlowski, Gregglccn-n80050336Great Plains National Instructional Television Librarylccn-no00102670Eisenhauer, Ardithnp-buss, kathyBuss, Kathylccn-no00102668Beloin, Kimnp-laske, frankLaske, Frankviaf-106237146Lamb, MarilynUniversity of Wisconsin--Stevens PointTelecommunications ResourcesMainstreaming in educationInclusive educationSpecial educationStudents with disabilitiesComputer-assisted instructionTelecommunication in educationInternetStatistics--Computer-assisted instructionMicrosoft Excel (Computer file)United StatesSpecial education--Law and legislationStatistics--Computer programsCorrelation (Statistics)Contingency tablesRegression analysisAnalysis of varianceProbabilitiesCharts, diagrams, etcVariables (Mathematics)Process control--Statistical methodsStudents with disabilities--Education19961998981920806LC1200331ocn039674255visu19960.37Inclusion learning togetherThe videos' objective is to stimulate conversations between teachers, administrators, parents, and teacher educators about practices of educating students with disabilities. Examines past, present and future practices of educating students with disabilities212ocn044884741visu19960.50Legislation and litigationThe video's objective is to stimulate conversations between teachers, administrators, parents, and teacher educators about practices of educating students with disabilities. Examines past, present and future practices of educating students with disabilities111ocn046775472visu19980.47Curricular adaptationsA review and examples of the eight curricular adaptations designed by Alice Udvari-Solner in light of the educational reforms taking place in regular education classrooms101ocn034962673visu19960.47A teacher's guide to the information highwayThis series addresses the questions: what information is available on the information highway; how can it be integrated into the curriculum; what training do students and teachers need to use it; how does a school hook up; and what do districts need do, in terms of planning and budgeting? The questions are addressed through interviews with teachers and students in classrooms where online information is being used81ocn052254836visu19980.47Functioning in the regular education classroom and classes21ocn044994487visu19980.47Planning for inclusionAddresses how to plan for inclusion and the implementation of inclusion21ocn042517590visu19960.47From exclusion to integrationAddresses some of the issues related to the movement from exclusion to inclusion or integration of children with disabilities in the schools11ocn793414221visu0.47Basic statistics11ocn050608525visu19980.47Functioning in the education classroom, Part II11ocn793339060visu0.47Basic statistics four basic lessons using Excel11ocn793601815visu0.47Basic statisticsA review of the previous 14 lessions in the basic statistics course11ocn793517603visu0.47Basic statistics11ocn053397636visu0.47Social relationshipsThe video's objective is to stimulate conversations between teachers, administrators, parents, and teacher educators about practices of educating students with disabilities. In this video, Dr. Brown concentrates on the topic of the social existence and relationships of students with disabilities. He also addresses the concept of Developmentalism, and poses the question, Where To Teach?11ocn793517237visu0.47Basic statistics11ocn793416268visu0.47Basic statistics11ocn793375823visu0.47Basic statistics11ocn046834386visu19980.47Pre-referral interventionDr. Ed Sontag and Kathleen Buss discuss why preferral interventions are critical to preventing inappropriate labeling of students with disabilities, the goals of prereferral interventions, and the roles of the special educator and the general educator in the prereferral process11ocn793376099visu0.47Basic statistics. with Dr. Bill Kirby01ocn047078792visuLife space learning and performance characteristicsIntroduces the concept of the "life space" of people with disabilities, relating to educational settings or environments (regular schools or special schools, etc.). Demonstrates a life-space analysis technique. Contrasts the critical issues that affect the daily lives of individuals who are and are not disabled and explores options for enhancing the life spaces of individuals with disabilities. Asserts that students with disabilities function better in settings with students without disabilitiesFri Mar 21 15:15:20 EDT 2014batch7909