M.A. Special Education
Interdisciplinary and Inclusive Education
College of Education
Study skills; Learning disabled teenagers; Academic achievement
Disability and Equity in Education | Special Education and Teaching
This research was conducted with high school students eligible for special education services that have also been identified with learned helplessness. Students were given the intervention of study activity and exposure to success via assessments to determine if they would make a connection between their effort and their academic success. This connection is typically absent in learned helpless students. The data indicated that these students did make that connection and would continue the study activity on their own time after the intervention period to continue to experience success.
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Braunwell, Nancy D., "Connection between effort and academic success in learning disabled students identified with learned helplessness" (2016). Theses and Dissertations. 1597.