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ERIC Number: ED122480
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1976-Apr
Pages: 13
Abstractor: N/A
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Meeting Inservice Teacher Education Needs Through Special Projects: Changing Curriculum for Exceptional Children and Special Education for Regular Teachers.
Smith, Richard E.; And Others
Described are a Texas special education region's activities with the 3-year Project CCEC (Changing Curriculum for Exceptional Children) which provides training in the application of the theories of J. Piaget to the education of exceptional children, and with Project SERT (Special Education for Regular Teachers) which trains regular classroom teachers in the competencies needed for mainstreaming handicapped children. Briefly described is the training program format of CCEC including the following modules: "Exceptional Learners - A New Approach,""Developmental Theory - Cognitive Development in Children,""Assessment - Piaget's Clinical Model,""The Classroom - Where the Interaction Is." Described for Project SERT are the following instructional modules: "Comprehensive Special Education,""Formal Appraisal,""Team Planning for Student Program Management,""Informal Assessment,""Organizing Content for Individual Differences,""Materials Selection,""Classroom Management," and "Evaluation of Instruction." (DB)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Identifiers - Location: Texas