Effective Curriculum for Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders: Reaching Them Through Teaching Them
Designed to show how to create specialized instruction based on the individualized needs of students with emotional and behavioral disorders. This book demonstrates how to plan a curriculum based on a diagnostic prescriptive approach. It also includes ideas for becoming partners with community agencies.
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Guiding Principles for Teachers of Students
The Role of the IEP in the Education of Students With
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