Fundamentals of Special Education: What Every Teacher Needs to Know
Pearson/Merrill Prentice Hall, 2007 - Education - 458 pages
[This book] address[es] current trends and issues in the field. The authors explain the salient features of each significant category of special education, neither short-changing topics nor providing unnecessary detail; examining all of the fundamental principles of special education, as well as the practices that have evolved from those principles ... Coverage includes addressing the needs of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) students, the concerns that will stimulate the most controversy and teaching challenges, as well as the most recent laws that will affect special education teachers and students.-http://www.amazon.com [In the book, the authors] provide the fundamental information for students, allied professionals, and concerned parents who are studying the field of special education. They have presented the principles and foundations of special education that all teachers need to know as well as the practices that have evolved from those principles.-Back cover.
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INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL
Continuum of Services
STUDENTS WITH MENTAL
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