Problem-solving processes of mentally retarded children

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University of Chicago , [Chicago]
Children with mental disabilities -- Education, Problem solving in children, Arithmetic -- Study and tea
Statementeditor: Sandra P. Clarkson
SeriesSoviet studies in the psychology of learning and teaching mathematics -- v.9, Soviet studies in the psychology of learning and teaching mathematics -- v. 9
ContributionsClarkson, Sandra P, Kilpatrick, Jeremy.
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 170 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL22782969M

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OCLC Number: Description: 14 bd: Contents: Vol. 1: The learning of mathematical concepts --Vol. 2: The structure of mathematical abilities --Vol.

3: Problem solving in arithmetic and algebra --Vol. 4: Problem solving in geometry --Vol. 5: The development of spatial abilities --Vol. 6: Instruction in problem solving --Vol.

7: Children's capacity for learning mathematics --Vol. problem solving of mentally retarded persons The historical backdrop for the study of mentally retarded children’s problem-solving can be summarized by three familiar observations.

Problem-solving outcomes in the real world have been found to be determined by two general but partially independent processes—problem orientation and problem-solving style. Problem orientation refers to the set of generalized thoughts and feelings a person has concerning problems in living, as well as his or her ability to successfully.

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Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Interpersonal problem-solving skills of 17 mildly menially retarded and two groups of nonretarded subjects (Ns = 30) matched on mental age (MA) and chronological age (CA) were assessed, utilizing a series of hypothetical problem-solving s indicated similarities between mentally retarded subjects and MA matched nonretarded subjects both in types and number of strategies by: and training of the mentally retarded.

When a mentally retarded child and a younger nonretarded child happen to be at the same level of intellectual development, say at the same mental age, how similar are the two children in the processes by which they reason.

For a decade and a half this has been a central issue in an often heated Size: 2MB. worked in the slums with poor children and mentally retarded children designed materials, classrooms, and learning methods (child sized furniture, sequential and self correcting materials, teaching based on observation) explained children's thought processes 4 stages of cognitive development - wonder - problem solving challenges.

In our studies we examined the learning behaviour of mentally retarded children at the age from 12 to 16 at special schools. In all age groups there were a test group and a control group.

The teachers taught the subject of instruction to the pupils of the test group using mind Size: KB. Assessment of social-cognitive processes in children with mental retardation. American Journal on Mental Retardation A study of mentally retarded children: I.

Psychopathology. American Journal of Psychiatry, Interpersonal problem-solving skills of retarded and nonretarded children. Applied Research in Mental Retardation. The latter work spawned decades of research about the influence of strategic and self-management processes on the problem-solving and memory of people with intellectual disabilities.

A test of untrained mildly retarded children’s problem solving. American Journal of Mental Learning and cognition in the mentally retarded (pp. – Author: Ralph P.

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Ferretti. Interest in control processing in the retarded was spurred by the theoretical insights of Norman Ellis (). Having pioneered work on structural deficits in retarded learning (Ellis, ), he began to shift his research focus in the late s to rehearsal processes as key factors in explaining the memory failures of retarded by:   Word Problem-Solving by Students with and without Mild Disabilities Show all authors.

Rene S. Parmar. information load on the arithmetical verbal problem-solving performance of children in special classes for the educable mentally retarded. (Doctoral dissertation, University of A study of kindergarten children's problem-solving by: A Problem Solving Approach This review will be limited to the execution of action by handicapped persons; a particular emphasis will be given to mildly mentally handicapped individuals in movement situations.

Studies related to the execution of action by mentally retarded persons in movement situations are relatively by: Learning languages and its impact on mentally retarded students' interaction on me mory-related and problem-solving tasks as an nature of mentally retarded children, subject.

Recognition of the importance of (special) children's learning of mathematics in an active fashion has increased rapidly since the beginning of the s. This book presents current ideas and trends in the teaching of mathematics and aims at giving an overview of new developments in the field of (special) mathematics and showing how researchers use methodological analyses to prove the results Cited by: Volume IX - Problem Solving Processes of Mentally Retarded Children Clarkson, Sandra P., Ed.; And Others | páginas | pdf online: ERIC The articles in this volume are concerned with the instruction in problem solving of mentally retarded pupils in the auxiliary schools of the Soviet Union.

the mental processes used to solve problems; people with book smarts generally test well and demonstrate this practical intelligence (social intelligence) the ability to adapt to real-life demands and to size up new situations; people quickly learn how to operate under the rules and they succeed as a result.

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Some children exhibit disorder in one or more basic psychotic processes involved in understanding and in using spoken written languages. What are they. (a) Learning Disabled Children (b) Mentally Retarded Children (c) Juvenile Delinquents (d) Emotionally Disturbed Children.

The genes in the “X” and “Y” chromosomes are called. Attention and Mental Retardation even as it relates to so restricted an area as the mentally retarded, cannot be treated comprehensively within the confines of this paper. Our discussion is necessarily selective, some aspects of the subject to others for problem.

Mental retardation Definition.

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Mental retardation is a developmental disability that first appears in children under the age of It is defined as an intellectual functioning level (as measured by standard tests for intelligence quotient) that is well below average and significant limitations in daily living skills (adaptive functioning).

Description. Problem-solving Processes of Mentally Retarded Children, pp. Teaching Mathematics to Mentally Retarded Children, pp. Analysis and Synthesis as Problem-solving Methods, pp. Problems of Instruction, pp. Analyses of Reasoning Processes, pp.

Teaching Arithmetic in the Elementary School, pp. Intervention Methods for Children with Prelinguistic Communication and Emerging Language. Goldstein [], Paul & Sutherland [], Rogers [], and Wetherby and Woods [] have reviewed interventions for early communication in autism, which are generally divided into three major first are often referred to as ic methods are based on behaviorist theory and take advantage of Cited by: Six mentally retarded boys were taught new vocabulary words through interaction with dolphins.

Novelty, prior learning, order and position effects were all controlled. A multiple baseline across subjects single subject research design was used to assess the effect of. Dynamic assessment embeds interaction within the framework of a test-intervene-retest approach to psychoeducational assessment.

This book offers an introduction to diagnostic assessors in psychology, education, and speech/language pathology to the basic ideas, principles, and practices of Author: H. Carl Haywood, Carol S. Lidz. Chapter 7: Cognition & Intelligence Overview. We will also discuss problem solving and creativity before ending with a discussion of how intelligence is measured and how our biology and environments interact to affect intelligence.

After finishing this chapter, you will have a greater appreciation of the higher-level cognitive processes. (Problem-Solving, Presses of Mentally Retarded Children and Thaching Mathematics to Mentally Retarded Chydren).have been translated and pub-lished as part of the series, Soviet SOldies in the Psychology of Learning and Teaching.

Mathematics. I would like to thank Professor Izaak Wirszup, Director of the Survey. The effects of problem size on judgments of commutativity by 51 moderately and mildly mentally retarded students were investigated.

Analyses of gains in slow but appropriate use of reasoning and decreases in inefficient strategy use indicated that both types of guided training promoted the learning of a targeted reasoning strategy. book containsione or more art'icles under.a general Aading such as The Laming of Mathematical Concepts, The Structure' of Mathematical Abilities.

and Problem Solving it. Geometry. The introduction volume is. intended to provide som!e background and guidance to its,content. Volumes I to VI were prepared jointly by the School Mathematics. The other important factor is we have learned to use logic to attack the hypothetical.

We have an ability to deal with a much wider range of problems than. Sweeters, William G Discovery Oriented Instruction in Science Skills for Educable Mentally Retarded Children Greeley Colo.

State College Doctor’s thesisAbstract: Dissertation Abstracts A; No. 5, Google ScholarCited by: The aim of the current study was to develop the linguistic outcomes of people with simple mental retardation (55 - 70) degree.

The existence of a mentally retarded child is a problem facing the family as well as the society due to the difficulty of dealing with this child with limited abilities.

The current study is of practical importance in devel.