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March 2006
Teaching Exceptional Children;Mar/Apr2006, Vol. 38 Issue 4, p4
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The article presents several abstracts related to special education, including "Activate Your Student IEP Team Member Using Technology: How Electronic Portfolios Can Bring the Student Voice to Life!," by Susan Glor-Scheib and Heather Telthorster, "Learning to Learn and Teach Despite LD," by Kourtland Koch and "Empowering Students With Special Needs to Help Others: How Problem-Based Learning Made It Possible," by Samantha S. Kincaid and Sue E. Jackson.


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