Dalun Zhang mostly deals with Special education, Inclusion, Pedagogy, Psychological intervention and Social psychology. His Special education research includes themes of Social science, Discipline and Learning disability. His Inclusion study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Mathematics education, Best practice and Agency.
His Pedagogy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in China and Self. His work in Psychological intervention addresses issues such as Intervention, which are connected to fields such as Recidivism, Affect, Juvenile delinquency and Academic achievement. His Social psychology research includes elements of Cognition and Intellectual disability.
Dalun Zhang mainly investigates Special education, Medical education, Juvenile delinquency, Social psychology and Pedagogy. His work carried out in the field of Special education brings together such families of science as Discipline, Gerontology, Inclusion, Social skills and Learning disability. His research integrates issues of Qualitative research, Self-determination and Postsecondary education in his study of Medical education.
His studies in Juvenile delinquency integrate themes in fields like Mental health, Justice and Recidivism. Dalun Zhang conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Social psychology and Socioeconomic status. His Psychiatry research focuses on Clinical psychology and how it relates to Intervention.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Medical education, Self-advocacy, Self-determination, Inclusion and Scale. His Training study, which is part of a larger body of work in Medical education, is frequently linked to No child left behind, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Self-advocacy study combines topics in areas such as Nursing and Social psychology.
Dalun Zhang has included themes like Special education and Social work in his Self-determination study. Particularly relevant to Individualized Education Program is his body of work in Special education. The Inclusion study which covers Independent living that intersects with Pedagogy, Educational research, Cultural diversity and Multilingualism.
His main research concerns Test, Medical education, Research methodology, Self-advocacy and Nursing. His Test study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Special needs, Education Act and Grade retention. The Medical education study combines topics in areas such as Promotion, Legislation, Self-determination, Independent living and Multilingualism.
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Substantiated Best Practices in Transition: Fifteen Plus Years Later.
Leena Jo Landmark;Song Ju;Dalun Zhang.
Career Development for Exceptional Individuals (2010)
Giving parents a voice: A qualitative study of the challenges experienced by parents of children with disabilities.
J. Aaron Resch;Gerardo Mireles;Michael R. Benz;Cheryl Grenwelge.
Rehabilitation Psychology (2010)
Minority Representation in Special Education A Persistent Challenge
Dalun Zhang;Antonis Katsiyannis.
Remedial and Special Education (2002)
The Construct of Adaptive Behavior: Its Conceptualization, Measurement, and Use in the Field of Intellectual Disability
Marc J . Tassé;Robert L . Schalock;Giulia Balboni;Hank Bersani.
Ajidd-american Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (2012)
Minority Representation in Special Education: 5-Year Trends
Dalun Zhang;Antonis Katsiyannis;Song Ju;Eric Roberts.
Journal of Child and Family Studies (2014)
Juvenile Delinquency and Recidivism: The Impact of Academic Achievement
Antonis Katsiyannis;Joseph B. Ryan;Dalun Zhang;Anastasia Spann.
Reading & Writing Quarterly (2008)
High-Stakes Testing and Students With Disabilities: Challenges and Promises
Antonis Katsiyannis;Dalun Zhang;Joseph B. Ryan;Julie Jones.
Journal of Disability Policy Studies (2007)
Availability of Special Education Teachers Trends and Issues
Antonis Katsiyannis;Dalun Zhang;Maureen A. Conroy.
Remedial and Special Education (2003)
Personal Self-Determination and Moderating Variables that Impact Efforts to Promote Self-Determination
Michael L. Wehmeyer;Brian H. Abery;Dalun Zhang;Karen Ward.
University Faculty Knowledge, Beliefs, and Practices in Providing Reasonable Accommodations to Students With Disabilities
Dalun Zhang;Leena Landmark;Anne Reber;Hsien-Yuan Hsu.
Remedial and Special Education (2010)
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