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Disability and Equity in Education

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Environmental Education: The Equalizer, Jolanda Tracie Karr Jan 2005

Environmental Education: The Equalizer, Jolanda Tracie Karr

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This project explores and justifies using the local environment as an effective educational strategy for teachers of special education students.


Web Accessibility: Ensuring Access To Online Course Instruction For Students With Disabilities, Inez Celeste Everett Jan 2003

Web Accessibility: Ensuring Access To Online Course Instruction For Students With Disabilities, Inez Celeste Everett

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The number of instructors introducing web-based elements in the course curriculum is growing and students need to be able to access content on the web to participate. As such, a campus website with accessibility design standards for course developers at California State University showed potential to greatly assist in equalizing the educational playing field for students with disabilities.


California's "Long-Standing, Serious Noncompliance" In The Delivery Of Special Education And Related Services, Margaret Ann Kaspar Jan 2002

California's "Long-Standing, Serious Noncompliance" In The Delivery Of Special Education And Related Services, Margaret Ann Kaspar

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The intent of the review, and the list of programs appended to this paper, is to compile examples of successful programs that may serve as models for those in California who have been charged with the development and implementation of programs that will bring the California Department of Education/Office of Special Education and its local education agencies into substantial compliance with the requirements of IDEA.


Gender Equity And Computer Use, Raymond Rubalcava Jan 2002

Gender Equity And Computer Use, Raymond Rubalcava

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The literature review shows that gender inequality in computer use exists today. The inequality begins at birth with society giving boys and girl's roles that they have to play. One possible solution to gender inequality in computer use is to put a gender equity program in place at public schools. Such a program would have to be woven into teaching practices and school activities to strengthen girls' confidence and their ability to achieve in computers.


A Proposal For Using A Literature-Based Functional Curricula For Primary Moderate Cognitively Delayed Learners, Robert Michael Kevin Risley Jan 2000

A Proposal For Using A Literature-Based Functional Curricula For Primary Moderate Cognitively Delayed Learners, Robert Michael Kevin Risley

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The goal of this project is to suggest a way to combine a functional curricula (domains) with literacy experiences.


Agency Influence On Best Practices With Adults With Developmental Disabilities, Kristine Annette Harwood Jan 2000

Agency Influence On Best Practices With Adults With Developmental Disabilities, Kristine Annette Harwood

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No abstract provided.


Increased Coordination Skills For The Third Through Sixth Grade Special Day Class: A Dance Curriculum Unit, Constance Lea Finazzo Jan 1998

Increased Coordination Skills For The Third Through Sixth Grade Special Day Class: A Dance Curriculum Unit, Constance Lea Finazzo

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This project is a dance curriculum unit designed for teachers working with students who have learning handicaps. It is specifically designed for students in grades three through sixth. It can be used in coordination with the performing arts curriculum or the physical education curriculum.


Attitudes Of University Students Towards Students With Physical Disabilities, Farida Kazemi Jan 1996

Attitudes Of University Students Towards Students With Physical Disabilities, Farida Kazemi

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The purpose of this study is to explore the social and dating attitudes of university students who are able-bodied towards students with physical disabilities at California State University, San Bernardino.


Providing Positive Programming For Students In Special Education Identified As Being Seriously Emotionally Disturbed, Derrick Anderson Jan 1996

Providing Positive Programming For Students In Special Education Identified As Being Seriously Emotionally Disturbed, Derrick Anderson

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No abstract provided.


Using Whole Language Strategies With Learning Disabled Children, Turi Moffitt Lindquist Jan 1993

Using Whole Language Strategies With Learning Disabled Children, Turi Moffitt Lindquist

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No abstract provided.


An Examination Of Reported Mainstreaming Attitudes And Practices In San Bernardino City Unified School District, Stacey Lambert-Melcher Jan 1993

An Examination Of Reported Mainstreaming Attitudes And Practices In San Bernardino City Unified School District, Stacey Lambert-Melcher

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No abstract provided.


Inclusion Kindergarten: A Pilot Program, Kerry Riddle-O'Connor Jan 1991

Inclusion Kindergarten: A Pilot Program, Kerry Riddle-O'Connor

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No abstract provided.


A Cross-Sectional And Social Class Comparison Of The Development Of Distributive Justice Between Hearing And Prelingually Hearing Deficient, Communicatively Impaired Children, Pietrina Victoria Termini Jan 1983

A Cross-Sectional And Social Class Comparison Of The Development Of Distributive Justice Between Hearing And Prelingually Hearing Deficient, Communicatively Impaired Children, Pietrina Victoria Termini

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No abstract provided.