David's case an example
David's case an example is a short film from 1975 released on 16mm. It is held in the IUL Moving Image Archive collection.
Demonstrates the following procedural steps in reviewing problems between school officials and parents with regard to students.
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- Demonstrates the following procedural steps in reviewing problems between school officials and parents with regard to students: appointing the case conference committee, sharing information, initiation of individual educational plan, placement review, and revised program. Indicates that the appointment of the case conference committee is determined by the child's problems and shows the committee specialist sharing information pertaining to David's behavior patterns. Discusses a program that will remedy David's academic and social problems. | Intended audience: professional. Summary: Explains the five steps of the case conference procedure, and illustrates with a sample case. Accompanies Case Conference: a simulation and source book. [Summary from original catalog card.]
- Physical Format
- 1 Film (0:33:44)
- IUL Genres
- IUL Subject
- Educational psychology;Special education;Disabilities.
- Full Title (usually this is the same as above)
- David's case: an example