Life skills programming: Development of a high school science course

Helmke, Lynn M.; Havekost, Deborah M.
January 1994
Teaching Exceptional Children;Winter94, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p49
Academic Journal
Discusses the development of a high school science course for handicapped children using functional techniques. Top-down model for curriculum development; Course development process; Identification of the life skills content of curricula; Description of a high school science course incorporating a life skills orientation.


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