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Teaching Chemistry to Students with Disabilities

Teaching Chemistry to Students with Disabilities

Prepared by scientists who themselves have excelled in chemistry despite physical disabilities and experts on disability issues, this book is noted for its sensitivity to the underlying desires of almost every student with a physical disability. It provides information about a variety of successful classroom and laboratory accommodations for students with disabilities. In many instances, the accommodations are simple, inexpensive, and require little significant change in instructional approach or additional effort from the instructor. The intended audience of this resource includes teachers at the high school, college, and postgraduate levels; students with disabilities; parents; counselors; and professional staff in college Disability Services for Students (DSS) Offices.


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