Exceptional learners: introduction to special education

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Allyn & Bacon, 2000 - Education - 608 pages
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Hallahan and Kauffman continue their tradition of presenting the latest trends and issues in this edition with over 400 new reference citations dated 2000 and after. Theory and research is presented in clear and concise language, and practical teaching suggestions are based on sound research. There are good reasons why Hallahan and Kauffman has been the best-selling introductory book in special education for generations of general education and special education teachers. Depth, lucidity, clarity, and coherence combine to make a text appropriate for readers at all levels: graduate and undergraduate, from introductory to advanced. Hallahan and Kauffman bring readers information they can trust.

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Informative and comprehensive as far as reference texts go; however, it was at times poorly organized and structured. Read full review

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Contents

Exceptionality and Special
3
Prevalence of Exceptional Learners
10
Teachers Roles
18
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DANIEL P. HALLAHAN is Professor of Education at the University of Virginia.

Kauffman of the University of Virginia

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