Research on Classwide Peer Tutoring (Cwpt)to Help Meet the Instructional
Research on classwide peer tutoring (CWPT)to help meet the instructional needs of students with mild mental retardation in inclusive settings shows that, compared to teacher-led instruction, CWPT resulted in each of the following EXCEPT
A)increased academic performance for all students.
B)increased amount of engaged academic time.
C)increased academic performance for the students with mild ID only.
D)positive acceptance from the teachers and students.
Each of the following is true regarding assessment of quality of life EXCEPT
A)It presents challenges because it depends on individual perceptions.
B)It should consider society's view of quality of life and an individual's level of satisfaction.
C)There are no assessments to use with Spanish-speaking populations.
D)The Life Experiences Checklist is considered to be more objective that the Quality of Life Questionnaire.
The purpose of early intervention programs for children at risk for mild intellectual disabilities is
A)improving parents' teaching skills.
B)preventing intellectual disabilities or furthering development of children who have intellectual disabilities.
C)improving family financial status through job training for parents.
D)improving the quality of the children's medical care.
Results from the Perry Preschool Project and the Abecedarian Project indicate that
A)special classes are the most effective placement.
B)most early intervention programs are ineffective.
C)high school performance is not affected by early intervention.
D)early intervention can reduce the rate of intellectual disabilities.