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Lesson Plans

Special Education

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Ping-A-Ling ... Wanna Play? (pingclin)
Sun, 21 Apr 1996 20:51:33 -0400 (EDT)

Hi everyone

I am new to this listserve. I am an art education student at the
University of Maryland at College Park. I am currently taking an
special education course.

I wanted some feedback on students who are mainstreamed with the the
regular students in an art class. What are they able to do and what are
they not able to do? Do the school systems provide aides for the special
students? What factors go into the decision of a project? What kinds of
projects are appropriate for students who are blind, or have problems
with their hands? What kinds of projects do special education students
most benefite from? Is in easier to teach the student in an mainstreamed
classroom or a seperate classroom? Do you work with the homeroom teacher
to come up with relating projects in the homeroom and the artroom?

Ping C. Lin Chinese Student Association
pingclin Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity Junior Art Education Major