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Teacher perceptions on what a functional curriculum should be for children with special needs
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2005
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Ee, J., & Soh, K. C. (2005). Teacher perceptions on what a functional curriculum should be for children with special needs. The International Journal of Special Education, 20(2), 6-18.
Abstract: 
Curriculum planning for the intellectually disabled must be forward looking, giving due consideration to the students' current and future needs, sensitive to the environments in which the individuals will ultimately be expected to adapt and function after leaving school. In this survey, the emphasis is seeking the teachers' perceptions on what constitute a more functional and comprehensive curriculum for enhancing the independence and employability of the students, having earlier done focus group interviews with all the stakeholders, namely, teachers, employers, parents and ex-students regarding the relevancy of the curriculum.
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