This is the 1st edition with a publication date of 1/24/2011.
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Teaching Exceptional Childrenpresents theoretical information grounded in neuroscience and child development underpinning each disability along with specific behavioral characteristics of that disability. In addition, research-based methods of working with children related to each disability are important features of this book. Guidelines have also been presented to address sensory processing deficiencies manifested in regulatory disorders (such as ASD and ADHD) in young children.
Table of Contents
Section 1Theoretical and LegalFoundations 1
Chapter 1:Early Childhood Special Education:An Introduction to the Field
Chapter 2:Typical and Atypical Development
Chapter 3:Families Are the Most Important of All
Chapter 4:Identification and Intervention
Chapter 5:Developing IFSP and IEP
Chapter 6:Theoretical Foundations in SpecialEducation
Section 2:Disabilities and Methods
Chapter 7:Autism Spectrum Disorders
Chapter 8:Children with Attention DeficitHyperactivity Disorder
Chapter 9:Young Children with Behavioral and SocialEmotional Needs
Chapter 10:Children with Communication Difficulties:Speech and Language Impairments
Chapter 11:Children with Intellectual Disabilities
Chapter 12:Children with Deafness, Hearing Loss,Blindness, and Visual Impairment
Chapter 13:Children with Motor Problems and OtherHealth Impairments
Chapter 14:Children at Risk and Gifted Children
Section 3Issues of Consideration inKindergarten through Third GradeSpecial Education
Chapter 15:Education of Children with Disabilities inPrimary School Years: Kindergarten throughThird Grade