Social Learning for Children with Specific Learning Disabilities

Citation data:

Australian Journal of Teacher Education, Vol: 1, Issue: 1

Publication Year:
1976
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Repository URL:
http://ro.ecu.edu.au/ajte/vol1/iss1/4
DOI:
10.14221/ajte.1976v1n1.4
Author(s):
Fulmer, K. A.; Jenkins, H. J.
Publisher(s):
Edith Cowan University
Tags:
Social Learning Curriculum; Education; Special Education and Teaching
article description
The recent interest in curriculum development has empahasized the need for a framework in which to integrate many different education goals. Heiss and Mischio have proposed three criteria for a comprehensive curriculum. Good curricula which satisfy these conditions have been developed for use in the normal school programme. However, at present there is a great need for integrated curricula which attend to the special needs of children with general or specific learning disablilities.