Improving Integration Outcomes for Children with and Without Severe Disabilities Through Cooperatively Structured Recreation Activities: A Synthesis of Research

John E. Rynders, Stuart J. Schleien, Luanna H. Meyer, Terri L. Vandercook, Theresa Mustonen, Josefina S. Colond, Kathleen Olson

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Abstract

The use of cooperative learning strategies within integrated recreational activities has proven to be a powerful combination in facilitating the inclusion of children with and without disabilities. This article offers a synthesis of research in this area, addressing five interrelated questions with experimental findings that should assist program leaders to plan, direct, and sustain successful inclusionary recreation programs.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)386-407
Number of pages22
JournalThe Journal of Special Education
Volume26
Issue number4
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1993

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