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Chapter 19: Principles/Practices for Instructing Students with Significant Needs in Inclusive Settings
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Overview… Principles underlying effective teaching/learning do not changes as a function of placement. The principles do need to be looked at closely in regard to some issues. Quality of life is a multidimensional concept.) 3 major outcome domains identified for students in inclusive settings: Relationships, membership and Skill Development. These outcomes are Transactional; they affect the development of the other outcomes. Pay close attention to your instructional methods. Ask yourself the questions listed on page 364.
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3 Decisions… Any instructional arrangement constructed for learners with severe disabilities requires that educators make at least 3 major decisions. What consequences should be used/how will they be applied to promote learning? What steps should be taken to ensure that desired behaviors occur in order that consequences can be applied?
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