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Teaching Children and Adolescents with Special Needs
I. FOUNDATIONS FOR INSTRUCTION. 1. Students with Special Needs. 2. Beginning-of-the-Year Planning. 3. Informal Assessment. 4. Instructional Materials. 5. Collaborative Consultation and Communication.Expand
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Why Teachers Are Leaving Special Education
This investigation identified the reasons that teachers leave the special education classroom and examined the patterns and trends in teacher dropout in order to help in the retention of qualityExpand
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How distinctive are Canadian research methods
This paper addresses the question of the distinctiveness of Canadian research methods by looking first at the broad pattern of methods used in empirical articles published in leading CanadianExpand
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Making them count: How effective has official encouragement of quantitative methods been in British sociology?
Britain’s Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) has striven to increase the levels of quantitative work in British social science, but with little success shown in sociology journal articles.Expand
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Teaching Adolescents with Mild Disabilities
PART ONE: THE STUDENT AND THE SECONDARY SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT. 1. Characteristics, Problems, and Issues of Adolescence. 2. Regular and Special Education Programs in Middle Schools and High Schools. 3.Expand
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Realities of social research
Inevitably, reading is one of the requirements to be undergone. To improve the performance and quality, someone needs to have something new every day. It will suggest you to have more inspirations,Expand
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