Teaching Students with Severe Disabilities in Inclusive Settings / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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- Prentice Hall
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Table of Contents
I. IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS PRIOR TO TEACHING PERSONS WITH SEVERE DISABILITIES.
2. Philosophy and Best Practices for Educating Persons with Severe Disabilities.
3. Collaboration Among Parents, Professionals, and Paraprofessionals.
II. PREPARING TO TEACH: PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT PROCEDURES.
5. Conducting Assessments to Determine Instructional Needs.
III. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURES.
7. Teaching Skills for Generalization and Maintenance.
8. Monitoring and Evaluating Student Progress and Educational Outcomes.
9. Creating Inclusive Educational Environments.
IV. SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONAL AND MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES.
11. Providing Behavioral Supports to Improve Challenging Behavior.
12. Managing Sensory and Motor Disabilities.
13. Providing Support for Health and Medical Needs.
14. Teaching Self-Care Skills.
15. Teaching Leisure and Recreation Skills.
16. Teaching Appropriate Academic Skills.
17. Teaching Community and Domestic Skills.
V. INSTRUCTIONAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR OLDER AND YOUNGER STUDENTS.
19. Transition Planning and Adult Issues.
VI. TRENDS AND ISSUES.
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