4 edition of Clinical Approach to Training the Educable Retarded found in the catalog.
Clinical Approach to Training the Educable Retarded
by Western Psychological Services
Written in English
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Reviews theory and research that have attempted to relate fitness training to improvements on psychological variables among normals as well as selected clinical populations. Theoretical speculations in this area are critiqued, and research designs are evaluated as either experimental or quasi-experimental and therefore interpretable, or preexperimental and therefore largely uninterpretable. The book is about the complexity of social issues that surround mental retardation in today's world and their relevance to social work inter-vention. The chapter titles are: (1) Social Clinical Nature of Mental Retardation, (2) Historical Background to Services for the Mentally Retarded, (3) Social Work Perspectives on Mental Retardation, (4.
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A Clinical Approach to Training the Educable Mentally Retarded: A Handbook. Jolles, Isaac; Southwick, Selma I. The use of methods found effective with the brain injured with educable mentally handicapped children is discussed; the clinical approach to teaching and the psychology of the educable are explained; and educational implications are : Isaac Jolles, Selma I.
Southwick. Clinical approach to training the educable mentally retarded. Los Angeles, Calif., Western Psychological Services  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Isaac Jolles; Selma I Southwick.
Step-by-step, the author provides a definition of mental retardation, historical background, an outline of clinical types and degrees of retardation, and a clearer understanding of the need for psychological evaluation.
Described in detail are plans for teaching both the educable mentally retarded and the trainable mentally : Elmer W. Weber. Get this from a library. A clinical approach to training the educable mentally retarded: a handbook.
[Isaac Jolles; Selma I Southwick]. Hardcover: pages Publisher: Holt Rinehart & Winston; 2 edition (June 1, ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Package Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: pounds Customer Reviews: Be the first to write a review Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13, in Books (See Top in Books) # in Schools & Teaching (Books)Cited by: The following points highlight the nine methods of teaching the educable mentally retarded children.
The methods are: 1. Individualisation 2. Learning by Doing 3. Need for Learning Readiness 4. Repetition 5. Short Periods 6. Concrete Problems 7. Graded Curriculums 8. Projects 9. Teaching the Trainable Mentally-Retarded.
Method # 1. Individualisation: Considering, first of all, special [ ]. Author of A Catalog For The Qualitative Interpretation Of The House Tree Person and A Clinical Approach To Training The Educable Mentally Retarded5/5(1). Assessed a range of basic arithmetic abilities of 15 trainable mentally retarded students (TMR [CA 17–21 yrs, MA 4 yrs–6 yrs 4 mo]).
Tasks were administered to the Ss individually over 3 sessions. The other differences that are noted in a group of educable retarded pupils are those which can be found in any group of children but seem to occur more frequently among the retarded.
These are characteristics which apply to the group or category of educable retarded pupils but not necessarily to the individual child in the special class.
Psychology Definition of EDUCABLE MENTALLY RETARDED (EMR): Was once used to describe a person with a mild or moderate to high mental retardation who could learn to.
H.H. Humphrey, War on Poverty () McGraw-Hill New York R.P. Iano, Social class and parental evaluation of educable retarded children Education and Training of the Mentally Retarded 5: () J.W.
Kidd, MRâ€”The emerging dilemma Mental Retard. 9: () Book reviewed in this article: THE HISTORY OF CHILDHOOD. Lloyd DeMause, ed.
TIME‐LIMITED PSYCHOTHERAPY. James Mann. CHILDREN AND THEIR PARENTS IN BRIEF THERAPY. Harvey H. Barten and Sybil. Smith, Robert. Clinical Teaching methods of Instruction for the Retarded. New York: McGraw -Hill Company, Burns, Paul C. "An Experience Unit on Occupational Training for Educable. Mentally Retarded Students." Training School Bulletin, LVII (February, ), Capobianco, R.J.
Approach to Treatment and Training. Proceedings. IQ (intelligence quotient) testing was the method for identifying the so-called educable mentally retarded children. Although many educators now reject the legitimacy of IQ tests and scores, during the s they were a central element in some theories about school failure among African American children from low-income families.
Encouragement training for the trainable mentally retarded continues at day care centers (Eszbach, ). Mehl () published recommendations for training instructions based on behavioral principles.
An introduction defines philosophy and goals, outlines the educable mentally retarded program and the readiness program, and explains the use of the guide. Suggested units include (1) citizenship and patriotism, (2) home and family, (3) foods, (4) shelter, (5) clothing, (6) travel, (7) recreation and leisure, and (8) the seasons.
The retarded must have adequate training as a means of achieving some degree of social functioning, but the important question relates to the form and content of this training.
Designed for teachers, the book discusses characteristics of retardation and suggests teaching strategies for retarded children in regular classes. Statistics and definitions of the levels of retardation are described, environmental influences are summarized, and diagnostic factors are reviewed.
Discussed are physical, intellectual, and psychological characteristics of the retarded. A Clinical Approach to the Preparation of Teachers of the Educable Mentally Retarded," Educa tion and Training of the Mentally Retarded, ().
A Community Placement Program for the Mentally Retarded," (). A Comparison of Men tally Retarded Adults Who Attended A Special Class with Those Who At tended Regular School Classes,". Educationally, children with ID are classified into three categories; educable mentally retarded, trainable mentally retarded and severely or profoundly mentally retarded.
According to Krainz [ 59 ], the “educable” describes those children with IQ scores between 50 these children are believe could benefit from an education while. Training in social behavior and language skills are two of the major areas of concern for the curriculum of the retarded (Bijou,p.
8; Bradley,p. 39).Psychotropic drug treatment in learning-disabled (LD), educable mentally retarded (EMR), and seriously emotionally disturbed (ED) children and adolescents receiving public school special education services was examined.
The findings indicated that while treatment prevalence rates for EMR and ED groups were comparable, the rate for LD students was much lower.The purpose of this guide is to present "Life Experience Units" as a valuable approach to teaching educable mentally retarded children and to offer some direction for the development of units.
This approach is neither unilateral nor intended to suggest a new set of objectives.