The Syracuse Community Referenced Curriculum Guide for Students With Moderate and Severe Disabilities

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Alison Ford
Paul Brookes, 1989 - Education - 404 pages
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Now in its tenth printing, the Syracuse Community-Referenced Curriculum Guide is the trusted curriculum for professionals and parents preparing a student to live and work in the real world. With this practical, field-tested guide, serving learners from kindergarten to age 21, you'll make the most of naturally occurring instructional opportunities in school, at home, and at work--with special emphasis on adaptability, alternatives, and accountability. You'll encourage students' progress in- community living domains- functional academic skills- embedded social, communication, and motor skillsYou'll learn to implement the curriculum through IEP development, classroom management, and activity-based lesson planning--and you'll get case studies, lists of goals and objectives, question-and-answer sections, and step-by-step strategies that really work. Order this widely adopted guide today, and help students learn practical skills they can use in their classrooms and communities!

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HomeSchool Collaboration
17
Vocational Domain
45
RecreationLeisure
63
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

Alison Ford is an Associate Professor of Special Education at Syracuse University. She works collaboratively with the Syracuse City School District to prepare teachers, develop curricula, and design program models. Her recent work has focused on the development of community-referenced curricula and strategies for teaching students with severe disabilities in the life of the school.

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