Issues in Educating Students With Disabilities

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The contributors to this volume represent the most prominent researchers and thinkers on issues in educating students with and without disabilities. The book captures the most current thinking, research, and analysis on the full range of issues in educating students with learning disabilities, from its definition to the most recent case law and interpretations of federal law on educating these students in the general education classroom. The contributors' words speak sufficiently, mellifluously, and exactingly about their contributions to the education of all students, in particular those with disabilities. This book of essays was written to pay tribute to Barbara D. Bateman, who — along with Sam Kirk — coined the term "learning disabilities." Its content reflects the significance of her contributions to the field of special education.

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Table of Contents

Prologue
Introduction
1 Defining Learning Disabilities: Consonance and Dissonance 3
2 Attention Deficit Disorders 27
3 Defining Emotional or Behavioral Disorders in School and Related Services 45
4 Classification for Children 63
5 Whether Thou Goest ... Perspective on Progress Monitoring 77
6 Programming: Aligning Teacher Thought Processes With the Curriculum 101
7 Assessment of Social Competence in Students With Learning Disabilities 129
8 Comorbidity of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders 153
9 Theory of Mastery and Acceleration 177
10 Advances in Research on Instruction 197
11 Accomodating Student Heterogeneity in Mainstreamed Elementary Classrooms Through Cooperative Learning 221
12 Whole Language and Process Writing: Does One Approach Fit All? 239
13 Barriers to the Implementation of Effective Educational Practices for Young Children With Disabilities 261
14 Forging a Research Program on Multicultural Preservice Teacher Education in Special Education: A Proposed Analytic Scheme 275
15 Antisocial Girls and the Development of Disruptive Behavior Disorders 305
16 A Diversity of Restrictive Environments: Placement as a Problem of Social Ecology 325
17 The Legalization and Federalization of Special Education 343
18 Bridging the Research-to-Practice Gap 363
19 Educating Students With Disabilities: The Future of Special Education 377
Author Index 391
Subject Index 405
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