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ERIC Number: ED453626
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2000
Pages: 57
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Physical Disabilities: Education and Related Services, Spring 2001.
Kulik, Barbara J., Ed.
Journal of the Council for Exceptional Children, v19 n2 Spr 2001
This volume of "Physical Disabilities: Education and Related Services" contains the following featured articles: (1) "The Value of Standards-Based Curricula for Students with Physical and Health Disabilities" (Catherine L. Keating), which discusses how a standards-based evidence-based curriculum can provide a basis of consistency for all children and raise expectations of students to meet the standards; (2) "Using Children's Literature To Help the Grieving Child" (Claire M. Thornton), which discusses how children understand death according to their cognitive development and how to respond to the needs of a grieving child as a parent or teacher utilizing children's literature; (3) "Active Fit Participation: A Model for Facilitating Programming for Individuals with Severe Traumatic Brain Injury" (J. Keith Chapman), which describes a model for making decisions about the environment and intervention options that will enhance the individual's ability to participate actively in functional programming; and (4) "M.O.V.E.: Raising Expectations for Individuals with Severe Disabilities" (D. Linda Bidabe and others), which describes the essential components and procedures of a functional mobility curriculum for individuals with severe physical disabilities. (Articles include references.) (CR)
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Council for Exceptional Children, Arlington, VA. Div. for Physical and Health Disabilities.
Note: Theme issue.