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Overview

Real students, with real IEPS—from start to finish.

Teaching Students with Special Needs in Inclusive Settings,4/e, continues to provide a practical introduction to teaching children with disabilities In the regular classroom. The Fourth Edition has been crafted to increase emphasis on the IEP process, by introducing preservice teachers to 14 students with disabilities and their teachers. Each of these students is profiled at the start of a chapter, and preservice teachers follow the teacher as they evaluate the student, write effective IEP goals and objectives, and modify instruction in a way that is appropriate for that particular student. In this way, students are prepared not only to engage in the IEP process themselves, but are reminded of the individualities among all students and the impact a teacher can have on their success in the classroom.

With teaching tips, sample IEP forms, and countless applications for today's classroom, this book will prepare your students for the ups and downs of teaching in a diverse classroom.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780205459117
  • Publisher: Pearson
  • Publication date: 12/23/2004
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 592
  • Product dimensions: 8.63 (w) x 10.81 (h) x 0.89 (d)

Table of Contents

Each chapter concludes with “Summary” and “Further Reading.”

1. Inclusive Education: An Introduction.
History of Education for Students with Disabilities.


Inclusion Strategies: Using “People First” Language.


Students with Special Needs.


Current Services for Students with Special Needs.


Personal Spotlight: A Principal's Perspective on Education.


Where Should Students with Disabilities Be Educated?


Rights and Responsibilities: Comparison of IDEA Section 504, and ADA.


Technology Today: Examples of Technology-Based Applications for Special Education.


Conclusions Concerning Where Students with Disabilities Should Be Educated.




2. Effective Inclusion Practices and Professional Collaboration.
Accepting Diversity.


Perceptions of Inclusion.


Rights and Responsibilities: Where Does General Education Stop and Special Education Begin?


Critical Dimensions of Inclusive Classrooms.


Inclusion Strategies: Music andArt Activities to Promote Friendships.


Technology Today: Web Resources on Inclusion and Disability.


Professional Collaboration.


Diversity Forum: Planning as a Team, Learning from Each Other.


Personal Spotlight: Two Teachers on Collaboration.


Creating and Maintaining Inclusive Classrooms.


Planning for Successful Inclusion One Student at a Time.


Final Thought.




3. Home-School Collaboration: Working with Families.
The Family.


Diversity Forum: Working Toward Cultural Reciprocity.


Families and Children with Disabilities.


Personal Spotlight: A Mother's Perspective.


Home-School Collaboration.


Rights and Responsibilities: Recommendations for Parental Involvement.


Technology Today: Websites for Families of Children with Disabilities.


Home-Based Intervention.


Inclusion Strategies: Facilitating Family Involvement.


Final Thoughts.




4. Identifying and Programming for Student Needs.
Rights and Responsibilities: IDEA Regulations.


Prereferral Intervention.


The Special Education Process


Personal Spotlight: Mother and Daughter Team.


Section 504 Eligibility and Planning.


Technology Today: Technological Applications in the Special Education Process.


Assessment Practices Through the Special Education Process.


Inclusion Strategies: Classroom Ecological Inventory.


Diversity Forum: Child Study Teams and Cultural Differences.


Final Thoughts.




5. Teaching Students with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.
Basic Concepts About Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.


Rights and Responsibilities: Parent Rights Under Section 504.


Strategies for Curriculum and Instruction for Students with Attention.


Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.


Diversity Forum: Appreciating Religious Diversity in the Referral Process.


Classroom Adaptations for Students with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.


Personal Spotlight: Growing up with ADHD.


Technology Today: Web Tools for Lesson Plans.


Inclusion Strategies: Time-on-Task Self-Assessment for Teachers.


Tips for Adapting a Lesson for Jake.


Promoting Inclusive Practices for Attention.




6. Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities.
Basic Concepts About Learning Disabilities.


Diversity Forum: From Learning to Read to Reading to Learn.


Strategies for Curriculum and Instruction for Students with Learning Disabilities.


IEP Goals and Objectives for Emmanuel.


Inclusion Strategies: Reading Comprehension Strategies for the General Education Classroom.


Classroom Adaptations for Students with Learning Disabilities.


Rights and Responsibilities: Examples of Accommodations for Assessments.


Technology Today: J.T.'s Writing Samples—Before and After.


Social-Emotional Problems.


Tips for Adapting a Lesson for Emmanuel.


Promoting Inclusive Practices for Students with Learning


Personal Spotlight: A Family History of Learning Disabilities




7. Teaching Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders.
Basic Concepts About Emotional and Behavioral Disorders.


Rights and Responsibilities: Manifestation Determination.


Strategies for Curriculum and Instruction for Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders.


Personal Spotlight: School Administrator.


IEP Goals and Objectives for Frank.


Diversity Forum: African American Disproportionality: Is There a Problem?


Classroom Adaptations for Emotional and Behavioral Disorders.


Inclusion Strategies: Problem Classroom Behaviors and Differential Reinforcement Strategies.


Tips for Adapting a Lesson for Frank.


Promoting Inclusive Practices for Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders.


Technology Today: Types of Assistive Technology




8. Teaching Students with Mental Retardation.
Basic Concepts About Mental Retardation.


Diversity Forum: Integrating Cultural Values with IEP Goals.


Personal Spotlight: Sibling.


Strategies for Curriculum and Instruction for Students with Mental Retardation.


IEP Goals and Objectives for Orlando.


Classroom Adaptations for Students with Mental Retardation


Tips for Adapting a Lesson for Orlando


Technology Today: Assistive Technology.


Inclusion Strategies: Circles of Friends in Schools.


Promoting Inclusive Practices for Students with Mental Retardation


Final Thoughts.




9. Teaching Students with Sensory Impairments.
Basic Concepts About Hearing Impairment.


Strategies for Curriculum and Instruction for Students with Hearing Impairment.


Classroom Adaptations for Students with Hearing Impairment.


Inclusion Strategies: Teaching Science to Deaf Students.


Tips for Adapting a Lesson for Monique.


Rights and Responsibilities: Legal Requirements for Sign Language Interpreters.


Promoting Inclusive Practices for Students with Hearing Impairments.


Diversity Forum: Creating a Community of Sharing: Monicas Story.


Basic Concepts About Visual Impairments.


Technology Today: Assistive Technology for Visual Impairments.


Strategies for Curriculum and Instruction for Students with Visual Impairments.


Promoting Inclusive Practices for Students with Visual Impairments.


Personal Spotlight: Itinerant Service Specialist.




10. Teaching Students with Autism, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Other Low-Incidence Disabilities.
Basic Concepts About Autism.


Rights and Responsibilities: Court Decisions Related to Interventions and Treatment Programs for Students with Autism.


Classroom Adaptations for Students with Autism.


Personal Spotlight: A Professional's Opinion on Inclusion.


IEP Goals and Objectives for Charlie.


Tips for Adapting a Lesson for Charlie.


Inclusion Strategies: Teaching Self-Management Skills.


Asperger Syndrome.


Basic Concepts About Traumatic Brain Injury.


Classroom Adaptations for Students with Traumatic Brain Injury.


Basic Concepts About Low-Incidence Health Problems and Physical Disabilities.


Technology Today: Schoolwide Assistive Technology Database Simple.


Diversity Forum: AIDS/HIV Epidemics in African American and Hispanic American Communities.




11. Teaching Students with Communication Disorders.
Basic Concepts About Communication Disorders.


Rights and Responsibilities: The Right to “Related Services” for Students with Speech Impairments.


Speech Disorders.


Classroom Adaptations for Students with Speech Disorders.


Tips for Adapting a Lesson for David.


IEP Goals and Objectives for David.


Language Disorders.


Classroom Adaptations for Students with Language Disorders.


Inclusion Strategies: Teaching Strategies to Help Problem Listeners in the Classroom.


Personal Spotlight: Special-Language Pathologist.


Language Differences.


Diversity Forum: Language Disorder or Language Difference: Sol's Story.


Promoting Inclusive Practices for Students with Communication Disorders.


Technology Today: Developing an Effective Team Approach to Serve Students Using AAC in the Classroom.


Future Trends.




12. Teaching Students Who Are Gifted.
Basic Concepts About Students Who Are Gifted.


Rights and Responsibilities: State Programs for Gifted Children.


Strategies for Curriculum and Instruction for Students Who Are Gifted.


Diversity Forum: To Be Young, Gifted and Different.


Inclusion Strategies: Goals for Curricula of Gifted Children.


Classroom Adaptations for Students Who Are Gifted.


Technology Today: Websites That Offer Curriculum, Strategies, and Interventions.


Personal Spotlight: Special Education Teacher.


Promoting Inclusive Practices for Students Who Are Gifted.


Final Thought.




13. Teaching Students Who Are at Risk.
Basic Concepts About Students Who Are at Risk.


Select at Risk Groups.


Diversity Forum: Leave No School or Teacher Behind.


Personal Spotlight: School Counselor.


Strategies for Curriculum and Instruction for Students Who Are at Risk.


Technology Today: Using Technology with Multicultural and Bilingual Students Who May Be at Risk.


Rights and Responsibilities: At Risk Children's Right to Nondiscriminatory Assessment.


Inclusion Strategies: Components of Effective Mentoring Programs for At-Risk Students.


Final Thought.




14. Classroom Organization and Management.
Basic Concepts About Classroom Organization and Management.


Components of Effective Classroom Organization and Management.


Rights and Responsibilities: Disciplinary Issues and Federal Law.


Personal Spotlight: Third-Grade Teacher.


Inclusion Strategies: Collaboration: Ways to Involve Other Personnel in Management.




15. Teaching Students with Special Needs in Elementary Schools.
General Curricular Considerations.


Curricular Content.


Professional Collaboration


Personal Spotlight: Teacher Educator


Instructional Adaptations.


Tips for Adapting an Elementary Lesson Plan


Technology Today: TrackStar.


Inclusion Strategies: Effective Grading Practices.




16. Teaching Students with Special Needs in Secondary Schools.
Secondary School Curricula.


Rights and Responsibilities: Legal Requirements Related to Transition.


Programs for Students in Secondary Schools.


Inclusion Strategies: Questions for Evaluating the Instructional Process.


Personal Spotlight: Student and Football Player.


Methods to Facilitate Students' Success in General Education Classes.


Technology Today: Multimedia Programs and Websites That Complement Instructional Principles.




Appendix A: Sample IEP for an Elementary Student.


Appendix B: Sample IEP for a Secondary Student.


References.


Name Index.


Subject Index.
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