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McEvoy, John; And Others – British Journal of Special Education, 1991
This article addresses difficult and disruptive behavior of children with severe learning difficulties in British classrooms. It stresses the importance of clear policy underlying teacher training in methods of prevention, intervention, restraint, and record keeping. Principles of inservice training in behavior management skills are identified.…
Descriptors: Behavior Change, Behavior Problems, Classroom Techniques, Disabilities
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Shuard, Hilary – British Journal of Special Education, 1989
The article relates the British PrIME (Primary Initiatives in Mathematical Education) Project to children with special educational needs doing mathematics. The project's main aim is to improve the mathematical understanding and teaching skills of primary teachers. Activities using calculators are described. (DB)
Descriptors: Calculators, Disabilities, Foreign Countries, Inservice Teacher Education
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Cornell, Barry; Carden, Nigel – British Journal of Special Education, 1990
A British special school's experience in developing an aims-based curriculum for disabled pupils is described. Overriding aims, or first principles, were spelled out and translated into more pragmatic terms, which were analyzed to constitute a curriculum. Methods for linking the aims-based curriculum with the National Curriculum are outlined. (JDD)
Descriptors: British National Curriculum, Curriculum Development, Disabilities, Educational Principles