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Strategies for Developing Personalized Programs for Individuals with Disabilities

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Suitable for students, professionals, or the general reader, this guide provides an overview to the field of special needs education. It covers the range and characteristics of conditions, their assessment, federal laws, the details of the Individualized Educational Program process, pedagogical implications, instructional techniques, and parental involvement. Flow charts and diagrams illustrate major ideas. Sample forms are provided. Taylor teaches special education at Coppin State College. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Table of Contents

1 Trends and Issues in Educating Children with Disabilities 1
2 Application of Legal and Ethical Standards in Assessing Children with Disabilities 31
3 Challenges to the State: Meeting the Federal Mandates to Educate Children with Disabilities 49
4 Assessment of Children with Disabilities 61
5 Individualized Education Requirements 79
6 Individual Education Development 97
7 The Individualized Education Program Process 119
8 Parental Involvement in Writing Individual Education Plans 135
9 Transition and Related Services 145
10 Instructional Delivery Models 155
11 Assistive Learning 173
12 Summary 181
App. A Baltimore City Public Schools Assessment Educational Assessment Report
App. B Suggested Assessment Modification for Competency Testing of Disabled Students Taking the Maryland Functional Reading, Mathematics, Writing, and Citizenship Tests
App. C ARD Process
App. D Legal Time Limits of P. L. 94-142
App. E The IEP Under IDEA 1997
App. F Certification of Eligibility Form
App. G Placement in the Least Restrictive Environment
App. H Sample IEP Forms
App. I Individualized Education Program
App. J The IDEA's Framework
Glossary 271
Selected Bibliography 275
Author Index 285
Subject Index 291
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