Published June 1991
by Univ of Alberta Pr .
Written in English
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DOCUMENT RESUME ED EC AUTHOR Csapo, Marg TITLE Community-Based Instruction: Its Origin and. Description. PUB DATE. NOTE 20p.; In: Baine, David, Ed. Instructional. Environments for Learners Having Severe Handicaps; see EC PUB TYPE Information Analyses () Guides - Non-Classroom Use () EDRS PRICE MF01/PC01 Plus File Size: KB. This book chapter provides a checklist of various considerations related to the development and evaluation of community-based instruction for children with disabilities. The checklist is designed to serve as an organizational framework for persons wishing to make systematic decisions regarding the establishment of a community-based instructional program or to guide the evaluation of such a Author: David Baine. This book chapter puts community-based rehabilitation and community-based instruction in an historical perspective by describing a number of influential social, political, legal, technological, and philosophical factors that have shaped contemporary special and regular education. The characteristics of community-based instruction, community-based curricula, and community-based individualized Cited by: 2. Teaching Strategies for Students with Severe Disabilities. Spring , Tuesdays 4 to pm Room Ruffner curriculum and class activities in order to meet the instructional needs of students with severe disabilities. Journal of the Association for People with Severe Handicaps, 25, *Hunt, P., Soto, G., Maier, J., Muler, E File Size: KB.
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