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Instructional Principles for Optimizing Outcomes for Adolescents with Learning Disabilities

Deshler, D.D., Robinson, S., & Mellard, D. (2004). Instructional principles for optimizing outcomes for adolescents with learning disabilities. In M.K Riley & T.A. Citro, (Eds.) Best practices for the inclusionary classroom: Leading researchers talk directly with teachers(pp. 65-79). Weston, MA: Learning Disabilities of Massachusetts.

Topic: Instruction and Intervention Issues
Subcategory: Big Picture
Summary: This chapter describes instructional principles—specifically those associated with the Strategic Instruction Model—that are in alignment with recent legislative and policy changes, including the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001.

 

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