Adapting Instruction for Mainstreamed and At-risk Students
The author's step-by-step, sequential approach to the material, specifically geared to the practitioner, fills each chapter with ideas, suggestions, and activities both regular and special teachers can use with any pupil who finds it difficult to learn in the traditional classroom setting.
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A Model for Mainstreaming
Positive Outcomes of Mainstreaming
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