Using videotape to communicate with parents of students with severe disabilities

Alberto, Paul A.; Mechling, Linda
March 1995
Teaching Exceptional Children;Spring95, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p18
Academic Journal
Discusses the use of videotapes to interact with parents and monitor the progress of the students. Focus on the suggested uses of videotape for communication with parents; Feedback from the parents. INSET: Instructional uses of videotape..


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