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The first Introduction to Special Education text written specifically for BOTH future general and special educators. This groundbreaking text provides balanced coverage of the foundations of exceptionalities that future teachers need to know to understand their students and responsibilities, and the practical information they need to effectively teach all students.
Stephen B. Richards is an Associate Professor and Coordinator for Intervention Specialist Programs at the University of Dayton.
Table of Contents
|Special Education: Fundamentals and Processes|
|An Overview of Special Education||p. 1|
|The Special Education Process: From Initial Identification to the Delivery of Services||p. 34|
|School, Family, and Community Collaboration||p. 63|
|IDEA 04 High-Prevalence Exceptionalities: Foundations and Instruction|
|Students with Learning Disabilities||p. 92|
|Students with Mental Retardation/Intellectual Disabilities||p. 134|
|Students with Emotional or Behavioral Disorders||p. 174|
|Students with Communication Disorders||p. 214|
|IDEA 04 Low-Incidence Exceptionalities: Foundations and Instruction|
|Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing||p. 252|
|Students with Blindness or Low Vision||p. 286|
|Students with Physical or Health Disabilities||p. 322|
|Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders||p. 358|
|Students with Severe Disabilities||p. 398|
|Other Exceptionalities: Foundations and Instruction|
|Students Who Are At Risk: Early Identification and Intervention||p. 438|
|Students with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder||p. 474|
|Students Who Are Gifted and Talented||p. 510|
|Sample Individualized Education Program|
|Lesson Plans, Classroom Suggestions, and Instructional Resources|
|CEC Content Standards|
|Praxis II Exceptional Students Core Content|
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