Graduate Project Title
A Guide for the Implementation of a Commnity-Based Instructional Model to Teach Students with Severe Handicaps
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Sam Rust, Jr.
Second Committee Member
Linda D. Douglas
Third Committee Member
Timothy W. Young
The need for and implementation of a community-based model for teaching language and communication skills to students with severe disabilities was studied. A guide was presented that includes a list of critical issues and solutions for a school district to consider prior to the implementation of a community-based instructional model. Suggestions and resources were included to be used by teachers to help make decisions about selecting appropriate instructional materials and strategies for teaching students with severe disabilities.
Skaley, Kenneth L., "A Guide for the Implementation of a Commnity-Based Instructional Model to Teach Students with Severe Handicaps" (1992). All Graduate Projects. 401.
Curriculum and Instruction Commons, Educational Administration and Supervision Commons, Special Education and Teaching Commons