An Introduction to Students with High-incidence Disabilities
Pearson/Merrill/Prentice Hall, 2008 - Education - 386 pages
Educating Students with High-Incidence Disabilities provides a comprehensive and engaging overview of characteristics, assessment and current issues related to the education of students with high incidence disabilities. Separate chapters detail well-researched and up-to-date information on learning disabilities, behavioral disorders, mild mental retardation as well as other high-incidence disabilities within applied educational settings. Each chapter provides practical examples to highlight important concepts, providing specific tips for teachers and related practitioners. Information is presented relevant to current federal initiatives with an emphasis on current best practices regarding inclusion and multicultural issues.
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THE UNIQUE CHARACTERISTICS AND LEARNING NEEDS
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