2 edition of special curriculum project found in the catalog.
special curriculum project
Gloria F. Leiderman
|Statement||[by] Gloria F. Leiderman, William G. Chinn [and] Mervyn E. Dunkley.|
|Series||SMSG reports ;, no. 2|
|Contributions||Chinn, William G., joint author., Dunkley, Mervyn E., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||LC4087 .L4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||130|
|LC Control Number||78030517|
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When searching the Online Library Catalog for curriculum materials, an excess of non-curriculum materials are often found by the catalog. However, there are two specific ways of searching the catalog for curriculum materials only. Most curriculum materials have subject headings which combines the subject of the material (i.e.
history, English. Special reading, speech, art, or special education resource teachers can be invited to work within your classroom, giving the students extra help in the context of their project. Forty-five minutes to an hour of uninterrupted time is usually a minimum for providing children with satisfying opportunities to work in depth on a topic.
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