Integrated Content Enhancement Routines: Responding to the Needs of Adolescents With Disabilities in Rigorous Inclusive Secondary Content Classes

Bulgren, Janis A.
July 2006
Teaching Exceptional Children;Jul/Aug2006, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p54
Academic Journal
The article investigates novel methods of improving educational outcomes for adolescents with disabilities by researchers in the U.S. Propositions were made regarding the use of an integrated set of content enhancement routines in educating special needs students. In this study, the researchers examined the challenges presented by rigorous inclusive secondary content classes. The initiative has resulted in the development of an instructional framework aimed at responding to those challenges. Also, instructional procedures that respond to both students' and teachers' needs were established.


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