Here's help for young children exposed to drugs

Evans, Susan; Tickle, Barbara
January 1997
Teaching Exceptional Children;Jan/Feb97, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p60
Academic Journal
Presents information for resource specialist and special education teachers about instructional strategies for children exhibiting developmental delays following exposure to drugs. Suggestions for managing the classroom environment; Tactics to enhance children's attentiveness; Promotion of self organization.


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