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Title: lndividualised education programmes: a proposal for more effective teaching and learning
Authors: Quah, May Ling
Issue Date: 1994
Citation: Teaching and Learning, 14(2),5-9
Abstract: Rather than assigning (streaming) pupils to a specific class or category, and then, providing them with a pre-determined teaching package or programme which has been worked out for a particular age or group, the preferred approach in special education classrooms is to design a programme specifically for the individual pupil which is known as the lndividualised Education Programme(IEP). In this programme, the pupil's school experiences are tailored to fit his/her needs rather than as is the case with some settings, to force the pupil to fit a particular programme.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10497/472
ISSN: 0129-7112
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