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Teenagers with Down syndrome study algebra in high school

By: Martinez, Elisabetta Monari.
Series: Down Syndrome Research and Practice 5 (1) 1999: 34-38.Publisher: 1999Subject(s): DOWN SYNDROME | ADOLESCENTS | INCLUSION | MATHEMATICSSummary: This paper deals with the adaptation of an algebra curriculum for two students with Down Syndrome who were included in High School. Since the Kindergarten, this boy and girl have been fully included in general education classes. This paper examines the rationale for this choice on an algebra programme. [AJ].
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This paper deals with the adaptation of an algebra curriculum for two students with Down Syndrome who were included in High School. Since the Kindergarten, this boy and girl have been fully included in general education classes. This paper examines the rationale for this choice on an algebra programme. [AJ].

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