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[teacherartexchange] Inclusion of Special Needs in the art classroom


Date: Mon Feb 11 2008 - 19:03:24 PST

I accepted a new position this fall in a high school that believes in
full inclusion. The course I am teaching is a a basic art class
focusing on the elements and principles of art. It is a prerequisite to
all higher level art classes. While I am well versed in dealing with a
wide variety of learning challenges, I am stumped with this one. I have
had a young man with severe physical limitations assigned to my class.
I feel he might be successful if I modify the lessons using a computer
but am stumped as to what to look for in programs he might be able to
use. Most of his work would be done using a joystick for cursor
control. Does anyone have suggestions? Please feel free to email me
directly- your suggestions will be greatly appreciated!
Cyndi in Wheaton
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