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CBR Big Idea: Self Identity and Future Goals by Mind Map: CBR Big Idea: Self Identity and Future Goals
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CBR Big Idea: Self Identity and Future Goals

Special Populations


African Americans

Asian Americans


Single Mothers


Middle Class


Developmental Students

9. Skiba, R. J., Poloni-Staudinger, L., Simmons, A. B., Feggins-Azziz, L., & Choong-Geun, C. (2005). Unproven links: Can poverty explain ethnic disproportionality in special education?. Journal of Special Education, 39(3), 130-144. Retrieved from The authors examine the links between poverty and the disproportionate rate of African Americans in special education. They found that there is a direct link to the poverty rate and the numbers of African Americans in special education courses.

16. Di Tommaso, K. (2010). The connection between role model relationships and self-direction in developmental students. Research & Teaching in Developmental Education, 27(1), 4-19. Retrieved from The study examines the different socio-variables have on developmental students. The descriptors not only apply to developmental students, but all students.

21. Parker, D. R., White, C. E., Collins, L., Banerjee, M., & McGuire, J. M. (2009). Learning technologies management system (LiTMS): a multidimensional service delivery model for college students with learning disabilities and ADHD. Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability, 22(2), 130-136. Retrieved from The researchers provide a framework where students with learning disabilities can become successful in a college setting using different technologies.

22. Orr, A. C., & Goodman, N. (2010). "People like Me Don't Go to College:" The Legacy of Learning Disability. Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research, 4(4), 213-225. Retrieved from Orr and Goodman interviewed fourteen undergraduate students with learning disabilities to understand how college faculty members can change their instructional methods to retain more students.

15. The study examines the positive effects of social partnerships on learning. The author found that if the learning was related to the community that they are member, then it the learner becomes more engaged and success increases for the student.