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Use of Attitudinal Exercises and Abridged Didactic Materials

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Vacc and Pace (1983) described an easy way to incorporate the educational concepts of exceptional children into a educational psychology course or the like. The authors provide several key points to successfully doing so. Additionally Vacc and Pace assessed the implementation of this material and efficacy of the teaching method. See reference below.


Vacc, N. A., & Pace, A. J. (1983). Use of attitudinal exercises and abridged didactic materials for fostering understanding of exceptional children. Teaching of Psychology, 10(2), 107-108. 


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