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KEYTOPIC: A Practical Guide for Special Education Professionalsis a resource guidebook, the purpose of which is to provide practical information and suggestions to help the special education teacher survive and eventually succeed in the school and classroom setting. KEY FEATURES: This book is written to be used as a quick reference. Thus, the chapters are presented in a brief, user-friendly format. The guidebook's content presents an overview of the major elements in special education: The Individualized Education Program (IEP), Classroom and Individual Behavior Management, Assessment for Instruction, Supervision of Paraprofessionals, Instructional Planning and Strategies, Collaborative Consultation, Home-School Partnerships, and Stress Reduction Strategies and Time Management Techniques. Each chapter prepares the teacher to work effectively in special education by supplying strategies and practical tips for working directly with pupils and other adults in the educational setting. MARKET: Practicing and Pre-service Special Education Teachers
Lisa R. Churchill is a Professor of Special Education at California State University, Chico in the Professional Studies in Education Department.
Table of Contents
|Overview of Special Education|
|The Individualized Education Program|
|Classroom Management and Organization|
|Individual Behavior Management|
|Assessment for Instruction|
|Supervision of Paraprofessionals|
|Survival to Success|
|Stress Reduction and Time Management Strategies|
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