Active Learning for Children with Disabilities: A Manual for Use with the Active Learning Series
Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1996 - Education - 150 pages
"Children with disabilites have a better chance of reaching their full potential when they learn with typically developing children. As an acompaniment to the Active Learning Series curriculum, this manual shows teachers how to create a safe and stimulating environment for children with disabilites within a daycare cente, preschool or kindergarten." - back cover.
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