Instruction of Students with Severe Disabilities
Martha E. Snell, Fredda Brown
Pearson/Merrill/Prentice Hall, 2006 - Education - 656 pages
This highly successful book addresses the full range of curriculum topics involved in educating individuals with severe disabilities.Instruction of Students with Severe Disabilitiesexamines the principles behind teaching students with severe and multiple disabilities. This edition includes more information on alternative assessment, a stronger focus on positive behavior interventions and supports, and additional strategies on peer relationships.
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