Curriculum and Instruction for All Learners: Blending Systematic and Constructivist Approaches in Inclusive Elementary Schools
Beverly Rainforth, Judy W. Kugelmass
P.H. Brookes, 2003 - Education - 302 pages
This work aims to help bridge the gap between two approaches to classroom teaching - systematic (teacher-directed) instruction, which is found in most special education services, and constructivist (child-centred) instruction, which is often found in progressive general education.
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