Strategies for Teaching Students With Mild to Severe Mental Retardation
Special education teaching has advanced greatly over the last few decades in line with a more progressive social and educational policy. This book highlights the need for the continuation of effective instruction for students with mild to severe mental retardation alongside instructional research into this field. The case studies included are examined from both an empirical research perspective and a field orientated, practical viewpoint and the book is divided into two sections, the first dealing with mild disabilities and the second with more severe levels of mental retardation. [From Amazon.com]
Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.
Case studies, Children with disabilities, Children with special needs, Instructional reseach
Curriculum and Instruction | Educational Methods | Education Policy | Social Policy | Special Education and Teaching
Gable, Robert A. (Editor) and Warren, Robert F. (Editor), "Strategies for Teaching Students With Mild to Severe Mental Retardation" (1993). Communication Disorders & Special Education Faculty Books. 3.