9780072365115

Educating Exceptional Children, 2000-2001

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  • Edition: 12th
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  • Copyright: 1999-12-01
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
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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
What Do I Do Now? A Teacher's Guide to Including Students with Disabilities
16(3)
Michael F. Giangreco
Four Inclusion Models That Work
19(4)
Dori Elliott
Merry McKenney
Promoting a Safe School Environment through a Schoolwide Wellness Program
23(13)
Patricia A. Gallagher
Linda S. Satter
UNIT 2 Early Childhood
Overview
34(2)
From Philosophy to Practice in Inclusive Early Childhood Programs
36(5)
Tom Udell
Joyce Peters
Torry Piazza Templeman
Together Is Better: Specific Tips on How to Include Children with Various Types of Disabilities
41(3)
Jane Russell-Fox
Wellness Programming for Preschoolers with Disabilities
44(6)
Carol Huettig
John O'Connor
Is Everyone Included? Using Children's Literature to Facilitate the Understanding of Disabilities
50(6)
Joan K. Blaska
Evelyn C. Lynch
UNIT 3 Learning Disabilities
Overview
54(2)
Learning Disabilities
56(20)
G. Reid Lyon
Cognitive Credit Cards: Acquiring Learning Strategies
76(5)
Alan L. Edmunds
Dropout Prevention: A Case for Enhanced Early Literacy Efforts
81(7)
Louis G. Denti
Gilbert Guerin
UNIT 4 Speech and Language Impairments
Overview
86(2)
Distinguishing Language Differences from Language Disorders in Linguistically and Culturally Diverse Students
88(4)
Celeste Roseberry-McKibbin
Language Interaction Techniques for Stimulating the Development of At Risk Children in Infant and Preschool Day Care
92(8)
William Fowler
Family and Cultural Alert! Considerations in Assistive Technology Assessment
100(6)
Jack J. Hourcade
Howard P. Parette Jr.
Mary Blake Huer
UNIT 5 Developmental Disabilities and Traumatic Brain Injuries
Overview
104(2)
Collaborative Planning for Inclusion of a Student with Developmental Disabilities
106(6)
Jane E. Doelling
Suzanne Bryde
Judy Brunner
Barbara Martin
Children with Down Syndrome: Implications for Adult-Child Interactions in Inclusive Settings
112(5)
Dolores J. Appl
Getting the Student with Head Injuries Back in School: Strategies for the Classroom
117(3)
Mary Steensma
Identifying Depression in Students with Mental Retardation
120(6)
Laura M. Stough
Lynn Baker
UNIT 6 Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
Overview
124(2)
Teaching Students to Regulate Their Own Behavior
126(4)
Lewis R. Johnson
Christine E. Johnson
``Look! I'm on TV!'' Using Videotaped Self-Modeling to Change Behavior
130(4)
Tom Buggey
How to Defuse Defiance, Threats, Challenges, Confrontations...
134(6)
Geoff Colvin
David Ainge
Ron Nelson
UNIT 7 Vision and Hearing Impairments
Overview
138(2)
Schools for the Visually Disabled: Dinosaurs or Mainstays?
140(3)
Michael J. Bina
A Child with Severe Hearing Loss Joins Our Learning Community
143(6)
Mary Jane Blasi
Lori Priestley
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 Disabilities
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)
``Can I Play Too?'' Adapting Common Classroom Activities for Young Children with Limited Motor Abilities
176(5)
Kristyn Sheldon
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
Gifted Students Suggest Reforms for Education: Listening to Gifted Students' Ideas
198(4)
Lugene Polzella
Accountability for Gifted Students
202(6)
James J. Gallagher
UNIT 11 Transition
Overview
206(2)
Making Comprehensive Inclusion of Special Needs Students Work in a Middle School
208(8)
Paul D. Deering
Competitions and Exceptional Children: A Great Combination
216(4)
Tracy L. Riley
Frances A. Karnes
School-to-Work: A Model for Learning a Living
220(5)
Michael Hartoonian
Richard Van Scotter
Index 225(3)
Article Review Form 228(1)
Article Rating Form 229

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