TITLE

Effective Teaching for Mildly Handicapped Learners

AUTHOR(S)
Campbell, Connie; Clevenger, Beverly
PUB. DATE
October 1987
SOURCE
Focus on Exceptional Children;Oct1987, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p11
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses the mainstreaming of mildly handicapped students. In mainstreaming students it is important to analyze on what is to be learned, who will learn and the teacher's role in the process. Teachers who monitor learning on an ongoing basis during their lesson increase the probability that students will learn more effectively. The teacher can draw upon many ways to deliver instruction and monitor progress for success in the classroom. When teachers initiate a decision-making model for instruction, they are able to extend and expand their skills, capabilities and options for instructing all children who may be assigned to their classrooms.
ACCESSION #
19401261

 

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