One Mode is Not for All

by: Susan Jane Britsch and Kathryn A. Heise

This article examines the construction of science journal texts by three elementary school children identified with special learning needs. These texts are examined to demonstrate how each child differently represented science understanding via a changing array of modes. This suggests expanded ways for special needs students to participate in science learning.


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 1/1/2006Stock # sc06_043_04_26Volume 043Issue 04

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