Issues in Educating Students with Disabilities

By Edward J. Kameenui; David Chard et al. | Go to book overview

pear in a program for someone with her difficulties. She needs objectives from the domains of study skills and attention, and she may need assistance beyond what her general education teacher can supply to learn these objectives. This is a result of the fact that what she needs to be taught is not currently being taught by that teacher.


Dr. Howell

After some attempts at marine engine repair, our author remembered and employed one of the most basic of all problem-solving strategies. He asked for help and was towed to the marina by another boat. He is now working on building proficiency at the strategy so that he will ask for help earlierpossibly even before buying a boat.


SUMMARY

This chapter includes a discussion of the role of task-related knowledge in school success, which was defined in general terms, and specific portions of it were represented through examples and illustrations. The argument was made that many of the weaknesses present in current efforts at programming, as revealed through an analysis of IEPs, can be avoided if the present view of special education curriculum is expanded to include task- related knowledge. It was asserted that this expansion, once incorporated into the model of programming presented in Fig. 6.1, will lead to more productive thinking by professionals interested in finding solutions for students who have not yet learned how to learn.


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