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This bestselling text provides pre-service teachers in both general and special education programs the knowledge, skills, and strategies they need to effectively include students with special needs in every classroom and to provide appropriate instruction for every student.

From an authoritative team of experienced and widely-published special educators, Teaching Students with Special Needs in Inclusive Settings, Fifth Edition, focuses on real students in real classrooms and the instructional practices that evidence suggests will prove most effective for them. Separate chapters explore the history and characteristics of disabilities such as autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, learning disabilities, and less frequently seen challenges like severe physical disabilities, and go on to provide clear, comprehensive guidance for teachers who work with students of varying abilities and learning challenges in their classrooms. The highlighting of the IEP process throughout the book prepares teachers to engage meaningfully in the IEP process, reminds them of the individualities among all students, and helps them see the “big picture” of how a teacher’s daily curricular modifications and instructional adaptations help her student with disabilities meet important learning goals.

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New edition of a textbook on delivering services and supports to students with disabilities and other special needs in general classroom settings. Topics include the design of inclusive classrooms, teaching students with a variety of disorders and disabilities, teaching gifted students, and teaching students with special needs in elementary and secondary schools. This edition features teaching tips, personal spotlights, and boxed features on technology and cultural diversity. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780205530571
  • Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
  • Publication date: 3/16/2007
  • Series: Alternative eText Formats Series
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 5
  • Pages: 640
  • Product dimensions: 8.48 (w) x 10.86 (h) x 0.85 (d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Inclusive Education: An Introduction

Questions to Consider

History of Education for Students with Disabilities

Defining Students with Special Needs

Students with Disabilities Served under IDEA

Students Eligible for Section 504 and the ADA

Students Classified as Gifted and Talented

Students At Risk for School Problems

Current Services for Students with Special Needs

Actions Leading to Inclusion of Students with Disabilities

¿ PERSONAL SPOTLIGHT: A Principal’s Perspective on Education

¿ DIVERSITY FORUM: Inclusive Education in an Era of Accountability: Counting Each and All

PL 94-142/ IDEA

Section 504 and the Americans with Disabilities Act

¿ RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Comparison of IDEA, Section 504, and ADA

Where Should Students with Disabilities Be Educated?

The Special Education Classroom Approach 22

The Resource Room Model

Inclusive Education Programs

¿ TECHNOLOGY TODAY: Software Suggestions

Conclusions Concerning Where Students with Disabilities Should Be Educated

Philosophical and Ethical Issues in Special Education

Summary

Questions to Reconsider

Further Readings

MyLabSchool Assignment


Chapter 2 Effective Inclusion Practices and Professional Collaboration

Questions to Consider

Accepting Diversity

Perceptions of Inclusion

¿ RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Where Does General Education Stop and Special Education

Begin?

Critical Dimensions of Inclusive Classrooms

Sense of Community and Social Acceptance

Appreciation of Student Diversity

Attention to Curricular Needs

Effective Management and Instruction

¿ DIVERSITY FORUM: Planning as a Team, Learning Together

¿ EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE: Music and Art Activities to Promote Friendships

¿ EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE: Practices to Improve Reading Skills: PALS and Modified PALS

¿ TECHNOLOGY TODAY: Web Resources on Inclusion and Disability

Personnel Support and Collaboration

Professional Collaboration

Collaboration-Consultation

Co-Teaching

¿ PERSONAL SPOTLIGHT: Inclusion from a First Grade Teacher’s Perspective

Using Paraprofessionals

¿ EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE: Increasing Peer Interactions for Students with Severe Disabilities through Training for Paraprofessionals

Creating and Maintaining Inclusive Classrooms

Preparing Staff for Inclusion

Preparing Students for Inclusion

Maintaining Effective Inclusive Classrooms

Planning for Successful Inclusion One Student at a Time

Summary

Questions to Reconsider

Further Readings

MyLabSchool Assignment


Chapter 3 Home—School Collaboration: Working with Families

Questions to Consider

The Family

Cultural Considerations

Families and Children with Disabilities

Parents’ Views on Inclusion

¿ PERSONAL SPOTLIGHT: A Mother’s Perspective

Involvement of Fathers

¿ TECHNOLOGY TODAY: Websites for Families of Children with Disabilities

Involvement of Siblings

¿ EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE: Parent-Delivered Interventions

Parent Education

Home-School Collaboration

¿ RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Recommendations for Parental Involvement

Communicating with Parents

¿ DIVERSITY FORUM: Working Toward Cultural Reciprocity

Home-Based Intervention

Providing Reinforcement and Encouragement

Providing Instructional Support

Providing Homework Support

Final Thoughts

Summary

Questions to Reconsider

Further Readings

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Chapter 4 Identifying and Programming for Student Needs

Questions to Consider

¿ RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: IDEA 2004

Prereferral Intervention

The Special Education Process

Formal Referral

Determination of Eligibility

Individualized Education Program

¿ PERSONAL SPOTLIGHT: First Year Special Education Teacher

Behavioral Intervention Planning

Transition Services

Assistive Technology

Extended School Year Services

Annual Assessment of IEP and Reevaluation

Individualized Family Service Plan

Section 504 Eligibility and Planning

Eligibility 118 • Reasonable Accommodations

¿ TECHNOLOGY TODAY: Technological Applications in the Special Education Process

Role of the General Education Teacher in Section 504 Activities

Assessment Practices throughout the Special Education Process

Purpose of Assessment

¿ DIVERSITY FORUM: Looking Beyond Model Minority Stereotypes: Asian American Struggling

Learners

Approaches to Assessment

Legal Requirements for Assessment

Issues of Bias in Assessment

Role of the General Education Teacher in Assessment

Final Thoughts

Summary

Questions to Reconsider

Further Readings

MyLabSchool Assignment


Chapter 5 Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities

Questions to Consider

Basic Concepts about Learning Disabilities

Learning Disabilities Defined

Prevalence and Causes of Learning Disabilities

Characteristics of Students with Learning Disabilities

Identification, Assessment, and Eligibility

Cultural and Linguistic Diversity

¿ DIVERSITY FORUM: What Is Evidence-Based Practice for Teaching Reading to Middle School English Language Learners with LD?

Strategies for Curriculum and Instruction for Students with Learning Disabilities

Evidence-Based Approaches

¿ EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE: Evidence-Based Instruction: Sound Blending

¿ IEP Goals and Objectives for Emmanuel

¿ EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE: Main Idea and Phonics Activities

¿ EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE: Part-by-Part Decoding Instruction when Preteaching Content

Area Words

Controversial Approaches

¿ PERSONAL SPOTLIGHT: A Family History of Learning Disabilities

Classroom Modifications for Students with Learning Disabilities

¿ RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Examples of Accommodations and Modifications for

Assessment

Academic and Language Deficits

¿ TECHNOLOGY TODAY: J.T.’s Writing Samples–Before and After

Socio-Emotional Problems 171 • Cognitive Differences

¿ Tips for Adapting a Lesson for Emmanuel

Promoting Inclusive Practices for Students with Learning Disabilities

Summary

Questions to Reconsider

Further Readings

MyLabSchool Assignment


Chapter 6 Teaching Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders

Questions to Consider

Basic Concepts about Emotional and Behavioral Disorders

Emotional and Behavioral Disorders Defined

Classification of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders

Prevalence of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders

Causation and Risk Factors

Characteristics of Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders

Social and Behavioral Problems

Depression

Language Development

Academic Achievement

Postsecondary and Adult Outcomes

Identification, Assessment, and Eligibility

Functional Behavioral Assessment

Manifestation of the Disability

Strategies and Adaptations in Curriculum and Instruction

¿ RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Manifestation Determination Model

Educational Placements

¿ EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE: First Step to Success: A Preventive Program for Behaviorally At-Risk Children (K—2)

¿ PERSONAL SPOTLIGHT: Middle School Principal

Special Curricular Needs

Effective Instruction

Physical Adaptations

¿ IEP Goals and Objectives for Travis

Strategies for Behavioral Change

¿ Tips for Adapting a Lesson for Travis

¿ DIVERSITY FORUM: Teaching Students with Emotional/Behavioral Disorders–Disproportionate

Representation: Is There a Problem?

Wraparound Services

¿ PERSONAL SPOTLIGHT: School-Based Wraparound: Jake’s Story

Medication

Promoting Inclusive Practices

Community and Social Acceptance

Supports for General Education Teachers

¿ TECHNOLOGY TODAY: What Kinds of Assistive Technology Are Available?

Technology

Summary

Questions to Reconsider

Further Readings

MyLabSchool Assignment


Chapter 7 Teaching Students with Intellectual Disabilities/Mental Retardation

Questions to Consider

Basic Concepts about Mental Retardation

Terminology

Definitions

Classification

¿ RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Mental Retardation and the Criminal Justice System: Atkins v. Virginia (2002)

¿ DIVERSITY FORUM: Cultural Contexts of Developmentally Appropriate Curriculum

Prevalence

Causes

Characteristics

Identification, Assessment, and Placement

¿ PERSONAL SPOTLIGHT: J. David Smith: Understanding Montgomery

Transition Considerations

Strategies for Curriculum and Instruction

Challenges for General Education

Considerations for Inclusion

¿ IEP Goals and Objectives for Jason

¿ Tips for Adapting a Lesson for Jason

Classroom Adaptations

¿ TECHNOLOGY TODAY: Assistive Technology: Enhancing Quality of Life

Promoting Inclusive Practices

Final Thoughts

¿ EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE: Circles of Friends in Schools

Summary

Questions to Reconsider

Further Readings

MyLabSchool Assignment


Chapter 8 Teaching Students with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

Questions to Consider

Basic Concepts about ADHD

ADHD Defined

Prevalence and Causes of ADHD

Characteristics of

Students with ADHD

Identification, Assessment, and Eligibility

¿ RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Parent Rights Under Section 504

Cultural and Linguistic Diversity

Strategies for Curriculum and Instruction for Students with ADHD

Continuum-of-Placement Options

Developing Educational Plans

The Role of Medication

¿ DIVERSITY FORUM: Alternatives to Medication as Intervention

Classroom Adaptations for Students with ADHD

Managing the Classroom Environment

¿ PERSONAL SPOTLIGHT: Growing Up with ADHD

Making Instructional Adaptations

¿ TECHNOLOGY TODAY: Web Tools for Lesson Plans

Developing Student-Regulated Strategies

¿ Tips for Adapting a Lesson for Jake

Promoting Inclusive Practices for ADHD

Community-Building Skills for Teachers

Resources for Developing Awareness in Peers 271

Collaborating with Parents of Students with ADHD

Summary

Questions to Reconsider

Further Readings

MyLabSchool Assignment


Chapter 9 Teaching Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Questions to Consider

Basic Concepts about Autism

Brief History

Defining Autism

Identification of Children with ASD

Causes of ASD

¿ RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Selected Court Decisions Related to Interventions and Treatment Programs for Students with ASD

Prevalence

Characteristics of Individuals with ASD

Behavioral Patterns

Academic, Linguistic, and Cognitive Considerations

Gender and Ethnicity

Rett Syndrome

Strategies for Curriculum and Instruction

Placement Patterns

¿ DIVERSITY FORUM: ASD and Multiculturalism

Educational Interventions

¿ EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE: Appropriate Adaptations for Students with ASD

Educational Outcomes

Medical Interventions

¿ TECHNOLOGY TODAY: Computerized Activity Schedules and Video Modeling

Controversial Interventions

Promoting Inclusion

¿ PERSONAL SPOTLIGHT: A Professional’s Opinion on Inclusion

¿ EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE: Teaching Self-Management Skills

Special Considerations: AS

¿ IEP Goals and Objectives for Cody

¿ Tips for Adapting a Lesson for Cody

Concluding Thoughts

Summary

Questions to Reconsider

Further Readings

MyLabSchool Assignment


Chapter 10 Teaching Students with Low-Incidence Disabilities: Sensory Impairments, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Other Severe Disabilities

Questions to Consider

An Overview of Sensory Impairments

Basic Concepts about Hearing Impairment

Hearing Impairment Defined

Classification of Hearing Impairment

Prevalence and Causes of Hearing Impairment

Characteristics of Students with Hearing Impairment

Identification, Assessment, and Eligibility

Strategies for Curriculum and Instruction for Students with Hearing Impairments

Realities of the General Education Classroom

Classroom Adaptations for Students with Hearing Impairments

¿ IEP Goals and Objectives for Manuel

Management Considerations for Students with Hearing Impairments

¿ Tips for Adapting a Lesson for Manuel

Curricular and Instructional Considerations

¿ DIVERSITY FORUM: Language, Communication, and Multiple Cultural Identities

Social-Emotional Considerations

Technology

Tips for Adapting a Lesson for Manuel

Promoting Inclusive Practices for Students with Hearing Impairments

Supports for the General Education Teacher

Basic Concepts about Visual Impairment

Visual Impairments Defined

Classification of Visual Impairments

Prevalence and Causes of Visual Impairments

Characteristics of Students with Visual Impairments

Identification, Assessment, and Eligibility

Strategies for Curriculum and Instruction for Students with Visual Impairments

Realities of the General Education Classroom

Continuum of Placement Options

Classroom Adaptations for Students with Visual Impairments

General Considerations

Management Considerations

¿ EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE: Physical Activity of Children with Visual Impairments

Curricular and Instructional Considerations

Social-Emotional Considerations

• Technology

¿ TECHNOLOGY TODAY: Assisstive Technology

Promoting Inclusive Practices for Students with Visual Impairments

¿ RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Access to Instructional Materials

Supports for the General Education Teacher

Basic Concepts about Traumatic Brain Injury

Classroom Adaptations for Students with TBI

Orthopedic and Health Impairments

Low-Incidence Health Problems and Physical Disabilities

Asthma

Childhood Cancer

Cerebral Palsy

Cystic Fibrosis

¿ TECHNOLOGY TODAY: Schoolwide Assistive Technology Database Sample

Deaf-Blind

Diabetes

Epilepsy

HIV and AIDS

Muscular Dystrophy

Spina Bifida

Tourette Syndrome

Severe Cognitive Disabilities

¿ EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE: Interventions for Students with Tourette Syndrome

¿ EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE: Increasing Peer Interactions for Students with Severe Disabilities via Training for Paraprofessionals

¿ PERSONAL SPOTLIGHT: Teaching Students with Severe Disabilities

Summary

Questions to Reconsider

Further Readings

MyLabSchool Assignment


Chapter 11 Teaching Students with Communication Disorders

Questions to Consider

Basic Concepts about Communication Disorders

Communication and Communication Disorders Defined

Prevalence and Causes of Communication Disorders

Identification, Assessment, and Eligibility

Speech Disorders

¿ RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The Right to “Related Services” for Students with Speech

Impairments

Articulatory and Phonological Disorders

Voice Disorders

Fluency Disorders

Classroom Adaptations for Students with Speech Disorders

Build a Positive Classroom Climate

Help Students Learn to Monitor Their Own Speech

Pair Students for Practice

Tips for Adapting a Lesson for David

Teach Students Affirmations and Positive Self-Talk

Modify Instruction and Materials

Encourage Parents to Work with Their Children

Teach Students Their Own Strategies

Language Disorders

¿ IEP Goals and Objectives for David

Dimensions of Language

Types and Causes of Language Disorders

Indicators of Language Impairments

Classroom Adaptations for Students with Language Disorders

Teach Some Prerequisite Imitation Skills

Improve Comprehension in the Classroom

Give Students Opportunities for Facilitative Play

Encourage Students to Talk with Their Teachers and Peers

¿ EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE: Teaching Strategies to Help Problem Listeners in the Classroom

Use Naturalistic Techniques and Simulated Real-Life Activities to Increase Language Use

Encourage Students’ Conversational Skills through Story Reading

Use Music and Play Games to Improve Language

Arrange Your Classroom for Effective Interactions

¿ DIVERSITY FORUM: Language Disorder or Language Difference?

Use Challenging Games with Older Students

Modify Strategies to Develop Students’

Learning Tools

Work Collaboratively with the Speech-Language Pathologist

Use Story-Telling and Process Writing

Language Differences

Acquiring English as a Second Language

¿ PERSONAL SPOTLIGHT: Speech-Language Pathologist

Relationship between Communication Style and Culture

Multicultural Considerations in Assessment

Augmentative and Alternative Communications (AAC)

Facilitated Communication

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

Summary

Questions to Reconsider

Further Reading

MyLabSchool Assignment


Chapter 12 Teaching Students with Special Gifts and Talents

Questions to Consider

Basic Concepts about Students with Special Gifts and Talents

“Gifted” Defined

Other Conceptualizations of Giftedness

Concept of Creativity

Prevalence and Origins of Giftedness

Characteristics of Students Who Are Gifted

¿ RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: State Programs for Gifted Children

Identification, Assessment, and Eligibility

Diversity Issues

Strategies for Curriculum and Instruction for Students Who Are Gifted

¿ DIVERSITY FORUM: To Be Young, Gifted and. . .Different

Continuum-of-Placement Options

¿ EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE: Goals for Curricula of Gifted Children

Realities of the General Education Classroom

Approaches to Programming

Classroom Adaptations for Students Who Are Gifted

Management Considerations

Curricular and Instructional Considerations

¿ TECHNOLOGY TODAY: Websites That Offer Curriculum, Strategies, and Interventions

Social-Emotional Considerations

Promoting Inclusive Practices for Students Who Are Gifted

¿ PERSONAL SPOTLIGHT: Special Education Teacher

Classroom Climate

Addressing the Needs of Special Populations

Support for the General Education Teacher

Support for Parents and Families

Teacher Preparation and Professional Development

Final Thought

Summary

Questions to Reconsider

Further Readings

MyLabSchool Assignment


Chapter 13 Teaching Students Who Are At Risk

Questions to Consider

Basic Concepts about Students Who Are At Risk

“At Risk” Defined

Prevalence and Factors Related to Being At Risk

¿ DIVERSITY FORUM: Levels of Instructional Support for Diverse Students

Select At-Risk Groups

Students Who Grow Up in Poverty

Students Who Are Homeless

¿ PERSONAL SPOTLIGHT: School Counselor

Students in Single-Parent Homes

Students Who Experience Significant Losses

Students Who Are Abused and Neglected

Students Who Abuse Substances

Students Who Become Pregnant

Students Who Are Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, or Transgendered

Students Who Are Delinquents

Strategies for Curriculum and Instruction for Students Who Are At Risk

¿ RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: At-Risk Children’s Right to Nondiscriminatory Assessment

Characteristics of Effective Programs

Specific Strategies for Students At Risk

Final Thought

¿ EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE: Components of Effective Mentoring Programs for At-Risk Students

Summary

Questions to Reconsider

Further Readings

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Chapter 14 Classroom Management and Organization

Questions to Consider

Basic Concepts about Classroom Management and Organization

Definition of Classroom Management and Organization

Comprehensive Model of Classroom Management

Guiding Principles

Cultural Considerations

Components of Effective Classroom Organization and Management

Psychosocial Dimension

Procedural Dimension

Physical Dimension

Behavioral Dimension

¿ DIVERSITY FORUM: Positive Behavior Supports through Culturally Responsive Social Skills

Curriculum

Instructional Dimension

¿ RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Disciplinary Issues and Federal Law

Organizational Dimension

¿ PERSONAL SPOTLIGHT: Third-Grade Teacher

¿ EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE: Collaboration: Ways to Involve Other Personnel in Management

Summary

Questions to Reconsider

Further Readings

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Chapter 15 Teaching Students with Special Needs in Elementary Schools

Questions to Consider

General Curricular Considerations

Curricular Emphases

Reading Instruction

¿ EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE: Teaching Reading with Emphasis on Word Recognition

¿ EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE: Teaching Reading Comprehension

Writing

Mathematics

Social Skills Instruction

¿ EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE: Teaching Mathematics

Transitional Needs

¿ EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE: Teaching Writing Skills

¿ EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE: Teaching Social Skills

Instructional Strategies

Professional Collaboration

¿ PERSONAL SPOTLIGHT: Teacher Educator

Collaborative Learning

Instructional and Curricular Adaptations

Adaptations for Instructional Lessons

¿ Tips for Adapting an Elementary Lesson Plan

Cultural Diversity Considerations

¿ DIVERSITY FORUM: Scaffolding Learning for Diverse Students with Disabilities

¿ TECHNOLOGY TODAY: Virtual Technology in the Special Education Classroom

Adapting the Classroom Environment

Developing Effective Homework

Programs

Developing Responsive Grading Practices

¿ EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE: Effective Grading Practices

Summary

Further Readings

MyLabSchool Assignment


Chapter 16 Teaching Students with Special Needs in Secondary Schools

Questions to Consider

Jim’s IEP: Transition Components

Secondary School Curricula

Special Education Curriculum in Secondary Schools • Determining Curricular Needs of

Students

¿ RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Legal Requirements Related to Transition

¿ DIVERSITY FORUM: Planning for the Future: Self-Determination and Transition

Programs for Students in Secondary Schools

Roles of Personnel

Collaborative Role of the Special Education Teacher

¿ EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE: What Instructional Practices Are Best?

Methods to Facilitate Students’ Success in General Education Classes

Evidence-Based Teaching Strategies

¿ PERSONAL SPOTLIGHT: Student and Football Player

Adaptations: Accommodations and Modifications

Homework, Grading, and Testing

Study Skills and Learning Strategies

Summary

Questions to Reconsider

Further Readings

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Appendix A: Sample IEP for an Elementary Student

Appendix B: Sample IEP for a Middle School Student

Appendix C: Sample IEP for a Secondary School Student

References

Name Index

Subject Index

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