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Process and Product Explanations for What Works for LD and Why.

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In the history of learning disabilities education, practitioners and researchers alike have been mired in controversies about product and process approaches. This review of literature attempts to identify the most useful research about product and process approaches and to suggest situations in which each may be most appropriate. Some literature suggests that there may be a process/product break between the elementary and secondary grades. The article also uses the four basic Gestalt laws (principles) to illustrate how students with learning disabilities apprehend content. (Contains 1 table.)

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Author:Womack, Sid T.; Hanna, Shellie L.; Woodall, Peggy; Callaway, Rebecca
Publication:ERIC: Reports
Article Type:Abstract
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Sep 21, 2011
Words:156
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