9780072433258

Educating Exceptional Children

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    9780072433258

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    0072433256

  • Edition: 13th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2000-11-29
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
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Summary

This reader of public press articles discusses inclusive education--children with learning disabilities, mental retardation, behavioral disorders and autism, communication disorders, hearing impairments, visual impairments, physical and health impairments, special gifts and talents; it also addresses early childhood exceptionality and the transition to adulthood. Our student Web Site, Dushkin Online (www.dushkin.com/online/) provides additional support to Annual Editions titles.

Table of Contents

To the Reader iv
Topic Guide 2(2)
Selected World Wide Web Sites 4(2)
UNIT 1 Inclusive Education
Overview
6(2)
Inclusion of Children With Disabilities: Seeking the Appropriate Balance
8(4)
Martha M. McCarthy
The Parent Panel: Supporting Children With Special Needs
12(4)
Susanna V. Duckworth
Patricia H. Kostell
Here Comes the SUN Team! Collaborative Inclusion at Work
16(7)
Donna M. Sobel
Nancy S. Vaughn
Four Inclusion Models That Work
23(4)
Dori Elliott
Merry McKenney
The Debate: Multicategorical vs. Categorical Licensure, CEC Today, November/December 1999.
27(5)
UNIT 2 Early Education
Overview
30(2)
From Philosophy to Practice in Inclusive Early Childhood Programs
32(5)
Tom Udell
Joyce Peters
Torry Piazza Templeman
Together Is Better: Specific Tips on How to Include Children With Various Types of Disabilities
37(3)
Jane Russell-Fox
Young Children
Emergent Literacy in an Early Childhood Classroom: Center Learning to Support the Child With Special Needs
40(8)
Margaret Genisio
Mary Drecktrah
Is Everyone Included? Using Children's Literature to Facilitate the Understanding of Disabilities
48(6)
Joan K. Blaska
Evelyn C. Lynch
UNIT 3 Learning Disabilities
Overview
52(2)
Learning Disabilities
54(20)
G. Reid Lyon
Graphic Organizers to the Rescue! Helping Students Link-and Remember-Information
74(4)
Gloria A. Dye
Let's Play Mancala and Sungka! Learning Math and Social Skills Through Ancient Multicultural Games
78(6)
Rey E. de la Cruz
Cheryl E. Cage
Ming-Gon John Lian
UNIT 4 Speech and Language Impairments
Overview
82(2)
Distinguishing Language Differences From Language Disorders in Linguistically and Culturally Diverse Students
84(4)
Celeste Roseberry-McKibbin
A Model for Involvement of Fathers in Literacy Development With Young At-Risk and Exceptional Children
88(4)
Stephen Stile
Robert Ortiz
Family and Cultural Alert! Considerations in Assistive Technology Assessment
92(6)
Jack J. Hourcade
Howard P. Parette Jr.
Mary Blake Huer
UNIT 5 Developmental Disabilities and Traumatic Brain Injuries
Overview
96(2)
Collaborative Planning for Inclusion of a Student With Developmental Disabilities
98(6)
Jane E. Doelling
Suzanne Bryde
Judy Brunner
Barbara Martin
Don't Water Down! Enhance: Content Learning Through the Unit Organizer Routine
104(9)
Daniel J. Boudah
B. Keith Lenz
Janis A. Bulgren
Jean B. Schumaker
Donald D. Deshler
Getting the Student With Head Injuries Back in School: Strategies for the Classroom
113(3)
Mary Steensma
Identifying Depression in Students With Mental Retardation
116(6)
Laura M. Stough
Lynn Baker
UNIT 6 Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
Overview
120(2)
Anger, Dismay, Guilt, Anxiety-The Realities and Roles in Reporting Child Abuse
122(6)
Jeanette C. Nunnelley
Teesue Fields
Teaching Students to Regulate Their Own Behavior
128(10)
Lewis R. Johnson
Christine E. Johnson
``Look! I'm on TV!'' Using Videotaped Self-Modeling to Change Behavior
Tom Buggey
UNIT 7 Vision and Impairments
Overview
136(2)
Schools for the Visually Disabled: Dinosaurs or Mainstays?
138(3)
Michael J. Bina
Seeking the Light: Welcoming a Visually Impaired Student
141(8)
Anita Meyer Meinbach
Multimedia Stories for Deaf Children
149(7)
Jean F. Andrews
Donald L. Jordan
UNIT 8 Multiple Disabilities
Overview
154(2)
Training Basic Teaching Skills to Paraeducators of Students With Severe Diabilities
156(6)
Marsha B. Parsons
Dennis H. Reid
The Unexpected Benefits of High School Peer Tutoring
162(6)
Amy Wildman Longwill
Harold L. Kleinert
Perspectives on Technology in Special Education
168(8)
A. Edward Blackhurst
UNIT 9 Orthopedic and Health Impairments
Overview
174(2)
I Learned How to Take Turns and Other Important Early Childhood Lessons Helped Along by Computers
176(5)
Cynthia Lau
Listening to Parents of Children With Disabilities
181(3)
Linda Davern
Accessible Web Site Design
184(8)
Stacy Peters-Walters
UNIT 10 Giftedness
Overview
190(2)
Meeting the Needs of Gifted Learners in the Early Childhood Classroom
192(6)
Brooke Walker
Norma Lu Hafenstein
Linda Crow-Enslow
Using the Internet to Improve Student Performance
198(4)
Angela M. Guptill
Accountability for Gifted Students
202(6)
James J. Gallagher
Phi Delta Kappan
UNIT 11 Transition
Overview
206(2)
Making Comprehensive Inclusion of Special Needs Students Work in a Middle School
208(8)
Paul D. Deering
Listening to Student Voices About Postsecondary Education
216(4)
Jean P. Lehmann
Timothy Gray Davies
Kathleen M. Laurin
School-to-work: A Model for Learning a Living
220(5)
Michael Hartoonian
Richard Van Scotter
Phi Delta Kappan
Index 225(3)
Test Your Knowledge Form 228(1)
Article Rating Form 229

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