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by M.F. Cleugh
Author: M.F. Cleugh
Publisher: Methuen Publishing Ltd; 2nd edition (July 1968)
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30s. Dr. Cleugh is in charge of the special one-year course for teachers of . N, children at the University of London, Institute of Education. All the contributors to the symposium are her former students.
Education for slow learners. The Slow Learner and the Reading Problem
Education for slow learners. The Slow Learner and the Reading Problem. The purpose of this book is to provide the special educator and the general educator with a basic reference tool concerning the slow learner and the reading problem. The text is divided into two sections. The first section, "An Overview of Selected Factors Relative to Reading and the Slow Learner," includes six chapters that discuss selected factors in reading and the implications of these factors in terms of reading for the slow learner.
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The Slow Learner book. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Slow Learner: Some Educational Principles And Policies. by. Mary Frances Cleugh.
Quiet students may also feel uncomfortable in such a situation. The teacher has to ensure balance of power and prevent more dominant students from taking over the team. Psychologists also argue that this method can place greater burden on children by making them responsible for each other's learning. Cooperative Learning: Selected full-text books and articles. A Novice Teacher Fosters Social Competence with Cooperative Learning By Magnesio, Stacey; Davis, Barbara H Childhood Education, Vol. 86, No. 4, Summer 2010.
Slow Learner is the 1984 published collection of five early short stories by the American novelist Thomas Pynchon, originally published in various sources between 1959 and 1964. The book is also notable for its introduction, written by Pynchon.
Slow learners have received a bad reputation from the public as if it’s their own making. Slow learners fit the bill of children who earn below average. What many do not understand is that the slow learners didn’t will themselves to learn concepts at a slow rate. Therefore, it is paramount to understand why children learn at a slow pace and what adults, teachers and caregivers can do to help them improve in their academic studies. Generally, there are three categories of learner levels: those who earn above average, at the expected level and below average. Slow learners fit the bill of children who earn below average