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Accessing the curriculum for students with Down syndrome: a seminar for teachers and teacher aides

By: Bartley, Lorraine.
Contributor(s): Hood, Alison | Lewis, Sian | Curwen, Alison | Griffiths, Val.
Publisher: Wellington, N.Z. Ministry of Education [2004]Description: spiralbound - 146 p. : ill.Subject(s): DOWN SYNDROME | CURRICULUM ACCESS | CURRICULUM ISSUES | CURRICULUM MODIFICATION | TEACHING STRATEGIES | LEARNING STRATEGIES | INCLUSIVE EDUCATION | LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION | LITERACY SKILLS | NUMERACY | WRITING SKILLS | FRIENDSHIPS | SEXUALITYSummary: Presents papers from a seminar for teachers and teacher aides on how students with Down syndrome can best be supported in the school system. Topics covered include modifying activities, curriculum adaptation, teaching strategies, supporting learning behaviour, handwriting, physical education, speech and language needs, literacy and number skills, personal and safety issues, sexuality and inclusive education.
List(s) this item appears in: Down syndrome for teachers. Jan 2020
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Presents papers from a seminar for teachers and teacher aides on how students with Down syndrome can best be supported in the school system. Topics covered include modifying activities, curriculum adaptation, teaching strategies, supporting learning behaviour, handwriting, physical education, speech and language needs, literacy and number skills, personal and safety issues, sexuality and inclusive education.

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Wishy washy and all over the place. I didn't find it particularly helpful. Perhaps better suited to the classroom teacher.

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A great deal of useful bits and pieces!

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