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by Robert A. Gable,Steven F. Warren

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ISBN:
1557661189
Author:
Robert A. Gable,Steven F. Warren
Category:
Schools & Teaching
Language:
English
Publisher:
Brookes Pub (May 1, 1993)
Pages:
291 pages
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1144 kb
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This collection of papers presents strategies for teaching students with mental retardation.

This collection of papers presents strategies for teaching students with mental retardation.

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Strategies for Teaching Students with Mild to Severe Mental .

Strategies for Teaching Students with Mild to Severe Mental Retardation. This collection of papers presents strategies for teaching students with mental retardation.

In R. A. Gable & S. F. Warren (Ed., Strategies for teaching students with mild to severe mental retardation (pp. 165-190). Verbalization rates of 3 . –4

In R. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. –4. Teaching students with severe disabilities. Needham Heights, MA: Allyn and Bacon. Baltimore, MD: Brookes. Louisiana Department of Education. Baton Rouge: Louisiana Department of Education. Check with the special education supervisor or with your Regional Service Center to get other titles on special education topics. The National Education Association offers numerous publications and videotapes on topics such as classroom management, teaching methods, and special education.

In Robert Gable & Steven Warren (Ed., Advances in mental retardation and developmental disabilities: Strategies for teaching students with mild to severe mental retardation. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley. Gersten, R. & Guskey, T. (1985, Fall). Transforming teacher reluctance into a commitment to innovation. Direct Instruction News, 11-12.

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