A Student With Diabetes Is in My Class

Rosenthal-Malek, Andrea; Greenspan, Jan
January 1999
Teaching Exceptional Children;Jan/Feb99, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p38
Academic Journal
Addresses areas of concern for teachers who have a student with diabetes in their classrooms. Definition of diabetes; Need for teachers to understand the impact of the disease on the academic performance of students; Strategies for teachers when dealing with students with diabetes. INSET: Misconceptions about students with diabetes..


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