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ISBN: , SKU: , AUTHOR: Downing, June E. / Siegel, Ellin, PH.D., PUBLISHER: Brookes Publishing Company, Teaching is a partnership between you and your students. And to make that partnership work, you need to facilitate good communication with them, whatever range of disability they may have. In this easy-to-read text, you'll find strategies for assessing your students' communication needs. You'll learn how to determine their needs according to the expectations of the school environment, acquire intervention techniques for promoting alternative forms of communication, and be better equipped to encourage social development across the age span Designed specifically for the inclusive classroom, these ideas work because they come from those who know--teachers, speech-language pathologists, parents, teaching assistants, and students.
ISBN: , SKU: , AUTHOR: Grigorenko, Elena L., PUBLISHER: Springer Publishing Company, Before the passage of the Education for All Handicapped Children Act in , U.S. students with physical and learning disabilities frequently went undiagnosed, received inadequate treatment, or were even barred from attending school. And until recently, traditional measures of learning disability were often too crude to separate the learning-disabled student from students having academic difficulties due to other reasons, such as emotional issues or language problems. Grigorenko's new book discusses how learning-disabled students are identified and assessed today, in light of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act. One of the major changes in IDEIA , for instance, is the "Response to Intervention" (RTI) provision, which allows school districts to better identify students with legitimate learning disabilities and provide them with individualized, evidence-based instruction. Grigorenko's interdisciplinary collection is the first to comprehensively review the IDEIA Act and distill the changes professionals working with learning-disabled students face. The text takes an overarching perspective, first discussing the IDEIA in its historical, political, and legal context, then covering practical issues professionals address on a daily basis. "Educating Individuals with Disabilities" is a priceless resource for school psychologists, neuropsychologists, speech-language therapists, administrators, policy makers, and legal professionals who navigate special education and learning disability issues on a daily basis.
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ISBN: , SKU: , AUTHOR: Berg, Stacy M. / Sweeney, Jean M., PUBLISHER: Good Apple, An entire year's worth of ideas and activities designed to keep students motivated and interested A wide variety of patterns, parent letters, and charts accompany each project. Teachers can choose from bulletin boards that display final projects or those that involve ongoing, incentive-based activities. Topics include math, science, reading, language, music, art, self-awareness, and more.
ISBN: , SKU: , AUTHOR: Goldstein, Lisa, PUBLISHER: Lang, Peter, Publishing Inc., Teachers commonly talk about loving their students, yet no effort has been made to explore the powerful educational potential inherent in these loving feelings. Teaching with Love breaks new ground by paying careful, scholarly attention to the nature, the scope, the dimensions, and the variety of teacherly love. In a highly readable narrative that builds on the feminist notion of an ethic of care and draws from the fields of psychology and women's studies, this book examines and analyzes the experiences of two primary grade teachers as they set about trying to create and enact a vision of early childhood education centered around loving relationships.
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