Effect of Individualized Instruction on Handicapped and Nonhandicapped Students in Elementary Physical Education Classes

Aufderheide, Susan K.; McKenzie, Thomas L.; Knowles, Claudia Jane
April 1982
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Spring1982, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p51
Academic Journal
The article presents a study that compared individualized and non-individualized instruction for handicapped and nonhandicapped children in elementary school physical education classes. The article discusses academic learning time, goals, and teaching methods. The study found that both handicapped and nonhandicapped children had similar lengths of learning time.


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