The Education of Handicapped Children

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Houghton Mifflin, 1924 - 394 sider
 

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Side 73 - Feeble-minded persons; that is to say, persons in whose case there exists from birth or from an early age mental defectiveness not amounting to imbecility, yet so pronounced that they require care, supervision, and control for their own protection or for the protection of others, or, in the case of children, that they by reason of such defectiveness appear to be permanently incapable of receiving proper benefit from the instruction in ordinary schools...
Side 73 - This is the mildest degree of mental defect, and the feeble-minded person is ' ' one who is capable of earning a living under favorable circumstances, but is incapable, from mental defect existing from birth, or from an early age, (a) of competing on equal terms with his normal fellows; or (b) of managing himself and his affairs with ordinary prudence.
Side 301 - The surveys of the British Royal Commission on the Care and Control of the Feebleminded...
Side 35 - Department, make such arrangements as they think fit for ascertaining — (a) what children in their district, not being imbecile, and not being merely dull or backward, are defective, that is to say, what children by reason of mental or physical defect are incapable of receiving proper benefit from the instruction in the ordinary public elementary schools...
Side 73 - Imbeciles; that is to say, persons in whose case there exists from birth or from an early age mental defectiveness not amounting to idiocy, yet so pronounced that they are incapable of managing themselves or their affairs, or, in the case of children, of being taught to do so...
Side 87 - The Achievement of Sub-normal Children in Standardized Educational Tests. Miami University Bulletin, Series No. 7. Oxford, Ohio: Teachers College of Miami University, 1922. J) JE Wallace Wallin, "The Pedagogical Status of the Feeble-minded School Children," Elementary School Journal, XVIII (April, 1918), 588-97.
Side 67 - Near ' ' genius or genius. 120-140 Very superior intelligence. 110-120 Superior intelligence. 90-110 Normal, or average intelligence. 80-90 Dullness, rarely classifiable as feeble-mindedness. 70-80 Border-line deficiency, sometimes classifiable as dullness, often as feeble-mindedness. Below 70 Definite feeble-mindedness.
Side 72 - Idiots; that is to say, persons so deeply defective in mind from birth or from an early age as to be unable to guard themselves against common physical dangers...
Side 350 - Moral imbeciles — that is to say, persons who from an early age display some permanent mental defect coupled with strong vicious or criminal propensities on which punishment has had little or no deterrent effect.
Side 48 - So far .as certain faculties are concerned, he remains at the level of a younger child ; but in respect to others, he is on a level with normal children of his own age.

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