Capstone Project Title
How Self-Regulated Strategy Development In Writing Eases The Transition From Special Education To Regular Education For Students With Learning Disabilities
The author’s own and her students’ struggles with writing encouraged her to research best practices in teaching written language in order to ease the transition of students with learning disabilities to the regular education classroom. She found that Self-Regulated Strategy Development (SRSD) along with teaching the writing as a recursive process had the highest effect size. She narrowed her research by focusing on the stages of SRSD and best practices for teaching writing. She also reviewed the Minnesota writing standards for third through fifth grade. The author created an eight-lesson curriculum that incorporated the stages of SRSD for teaching narrative text structure, the writing process, as well as some of the the writing standards for third through fifth grade.
At-risk Students, Curriculum, Special Education, Writing
Irvin-Brown, Charlene K., "How Self-Regulated Strategy Development In Writing Eases The Transition From Special Education To Regular Education For Students With Learning Disabilities" (2017). School of Education and Leadership Student Capstone Projects. 91.
School of Education Student Capstone Theses and Dissertations