More Than Just A Field Trip

Kai Yung Tam; Nassivera, John W.
September 2000
Teaching Exceptional Children;Sep/Oct2000, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p70
Academic Journal
Describes the project 'Using the Museum as a Resource for Inclusive Secondary Science Classrooms,' in which secondary science and math teachers in New York City received training for working with special education students in their classrooms. Graduate course at the American Museum of Natural History; Curriculum. INSETS: Science Imperatives, Standards, and Classroom Needs.;American Museum of Natural History Resources for Teachers..


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