Carter, Jane F.
March 1993
Teaching Exceptional Children;Spring93, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p28
Academic Journal
Discusses self-management for teenagers. Definition; Components; Reasons; Maintenance and generalization; Steps in self-management education; Presentation of a self-management planning form.


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