The National Center for Education Research (NCER) supports rigorous, scientifically based research that addresses the nation’s most pressing education needs, from early childhood to postgraduate studies. NCER supports research through competitive grants to research and development centers, candidates for doctoral training in the education sciences and small businesses.
NCSER-supported Research and Development Centers, Research Networks, and other special initiatives aim to address important issues in special education by implementing large-scale but focused programs of research and leadership activities. Through its research training programs, NCSER supports institutions to train postdoctoral fellows, individual early career scientists, and methodology.
Research Connections in Special Education, n4 Win 1998 This paper presents a synthesis of the research on positive behavioral support (PBS) for students with challenging behaviors. PBS is a long-term approach to reducing the inappropriate behavior, teaching a more appropriate behavior, and providing the contextual supports necessary for successful outcomes.
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This paper addresses the implementation of a particular didactic scenario using educational robotics in special education and examines its impacts. It reports on a single subject experiment study.
A review of research is conducted to examine the effect of rewards on intrinsic motivation and learning for children in general education and special education. Intrinsically motivated students experience school success because they display behaviors such as choosing challenging activities and spending more time on task. The use of rewards undermines intrinsic motivation and results in the.
Unlike a general term paper, writing a postsecondary thesis means that you'll need to choose a specific topic that applies to special education. From the impact that developmental delays and.
Five-paragraph essay conclusions are often difficult to write, especially for struggling writers. Some special education teacher challenges are students who want to repeat exactly what they already wrote, or they say they are stuck and have no idea what to write. This modified lesson plan takes students' step-by-step through the five-paragraph essay conclusion and provides an example.