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ERIC Number: ED081146
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
Reference Count: 0
Descriptions of Innovative Training Programs Directed Toward: 1. Integration of Children with Special Needs in Regular Classrooms. 2. Serving Severely Handicapped Children.
Boston Univ., MA. New England Special Education Instructional Materials Center.
Presented alphabetically by state or university are approximately 35 descriptions of innovative training programs directed toward integration of children with special needs in regular classrooms, and toward severely handicapped children. Many of the training programs offered are described to be in a variety of forms, such as games; manuals with accompanying lesson plans, a film, or video and audio tapes; or kits containing video tapes, transparencies, printed materials, and a leader's guide. The following are representative of included subjects; transactional class discussions, behavioral management, prescriptive teaching, identification and development of talented potential, and development of communication skills in severely retarded infants. Sources, usually university special education departments, and addresses are given. (MC)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Boston Univ., MA. New England Special Education Instructional Materials Center.
Note: Presented at Conferences on: Educational Programs for Exceptional Children (Plymouth, Mass., Oct 2-4, 1972); Instructional Development and Dissemination in Teacher Education (Chicago, Ill., Jan 18-19, 1973)