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McGill, Judith – 1984
This manual makes a case for cooperative (as opposed to competitive) play among disabled and nondisabled children. Part 1, which concerns the philosophy involved, discusses the rationale for cooperative games, the importance of play, cooperative games as an alternative, components of cooperative games, structure of cooperative games, and…
Descriptors: Child Development, Cooperation, Disabilities, Educational Philosophy
Brynelsen, Dana, Ed. – 1984
Written for Canadian parents of young children with special needs, this handbook provides information on ways in which parents can work with professionals (physicians, teachers, other school staff, social workers, psychiatrists, psychologists) in selecting and monitoring services for their special needs child. The first section considers the…
Descriptors: Annotated Bibliographies, Check Lists, Disabilities, Educational Resources