The Effect of an Intensive Study Skills Approach on Grade Point Average of Secondary Learning Disabled Students
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Sam Rust, Jr.
Second Committee Member
Sherrie A. Chrysler
Third Committee Member
Glenn A. Madsen
This study compared an intensive study skills approach with remedial instruction in basic skills for their effects on grade point average of secondary learning disabled students. The experimental group consisted of 12 students, as did the control group. Grade point was tabulated at the onset and conclusion of the study. The statistical analysis consisted of a t-test which showed no significance at the .05 level. The null hypothesis was retained. Discussion follows.
Vaughan, Jeanne Lancaster, "The Effect of an Intensive Study Skills Approach on Grade Point Average of Secondary Learning Disabled Students" (1983). All Master's Theses. 1833.
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