Meeting functional curriculum needs in middle school general education classrooms

Field, Sharon; LeRoy, Barbara
January 1994
Teaching Exceptional Children;Winter94, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p40
Academic Journal
Presents ways to meet functional curriculum needs in middle school general education classrooms for students with disabilities. Changes in the orientation of general curriculum; Accommodation of students with disabilities in general education settings; Teacher preparation; Team identification; Individual program development; Social peer support; Instructional support; Home support.


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