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Crossing boundaries: What Constructivists Can Teach Intensive-Explicit Instructors and Vice Versa

Knight, J. (2005). Crossing boundaries: What constructivists can teach intensive-explicit instructors and vice versa. In T.M Skrtic, K.R. Harris, & J.G. Shriner (Eds.) Special Education Policy and Practice: Accountability, Instruction, and Social Challenges (pp. 242-266). Denver, CO: Love Publishing.

Topic: Instruction and Intervention Issues
Subcategory: Big Picture
Summary: This chapter examines the differences and similarities in two forms of instruction: constructivist and intensive-explict.

 

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