An Introduction to special education

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HarperCollins College Publishers, Jan 1, 1993 - Education - 687 pages
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Contents

FOUNDATIONS OF SPECIAL EDUCATION
1
Issues in Special Education
37
Technology in Special Education
77
Designing Instructional Technology Applications ComputerAssisted
87
Assistive and Adaptive Devices Promising Developments
99
Early Childhood Special Education
105
Transition to Adulthood
137
Concepts of Transition
147
Residential Schools Local Day Schools Selecting the Least Restrictive
346
INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN LEARNING AND BEHAVIOR
399
Students with Mental Retardation
405
Causes and Prevention of Mental Retardation
425
Summary
450
Genetic Irregularities Problems During Pregnancy Problems at Birth
451
Educability of Students with Severe Developmental
460
The Transdisciplinary Model Identifying What to Teach
472

Additional Transition Considerations
162
Families of Exceptional Children
177
Continuing Professional Development
219
COMMUNICATION AND SENSORIMOTOR DISABILITIES
235
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241
Students with Hearing Loss
271
Summary
309
Definitions of Visual Impairment
320
Developmental Characteristics
327
Special Skills Skills Necessary to Study Academic Subjects Special
339
Goals of Instruction The Behavioral Model of Teaching Decreasing
484
Students with Learning Disabilities
493
Implications for Mainstreaming
521
Students with Unique Gifts and Talents
563
Glossary
601
Probe Answers
613
About the Editors and Contributors
629
Name Index
665
Subject Index
679
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