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Fenwick, Tara J.; Parsons, Jim – Canadian Social Studies, 1997
Suggests how social studies teachers can critically choose methods that allow for differences in students' learning styles and abilities and select ways to help students become part of the evaluation process. Includes a chart of nine different techniques which outlines advantages and considerations. (MJP)
Descriptors: Discussion, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries, Grading
Parsons, Jim; Beauchamp, Larry – 1995
A major benefit of inclusive education is to give students and staff learning and teaching opportunities that reflect the wide range of contributions by and roles open to people similar to and different from themselves. Inclusion covers all students, including those with behavior problems, lower academic abilities, and health conditions. For…
Descriptors: Academically Gifted, Beginning Teachers, Behavior Problems, Disabilities