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Voice, disability and inclusion: a case study of biology learners with cerebral palsy.

Johannes, Eleanor M

Abstract:
This study attempted to ascertain whether the under-representation of black, disadvantaged learners with cerebral palsy in biology and related careers is linked in any way to the method and content of teaching and learning in special education. In addition this study also attempted to identify and uncover the barriers that prevent learners with cerebral palsy from pursuing careers in science and technology related professions.

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Document Title: Voice, disability and inclusion: a case study of biology learners with cerebral palsy.
Academic Department: Faculty of Education
University: University of the Western Cape
City: Cape Town
No. of Pages: 247


Date:2006
Document Type:Thesis (Peer Reviewed)
Subject Area:Teaching and Learning
Country:International
Keywords:Cerebral palsied children, Handicapped children, People with disabilities, Inclusive education, , Education, South Africa


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Rights:Copyright: University of the Western Cape
Date Added:15 April 2010


Voice, disability and inclusion: a case study of biology learners with cerebral palsy .