Special Education

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Special Education


INCLUSION IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Bold Initiatives Challenging Change

DANIEL D. SAGE, PHD.

A total of 23 authors contributed to the eight chapters that describe a variety of experiences with inclusive efforts at the secondary level. The text provides a chronicle of real events, places, and persons; an inside look at attempts and successes that challenged the status quo of special education philosophy and practice.

NR010ED $29.95

NEGOTIATING THE SPECIAL EDUCATION MAZE

A Guide for Parents and Teachers

W. ANDERSON, S. CHITWOOD, & D. HAYDEN

An easy to understand, step-by-step guide for parents of children with special needs and the teachers and professionals who assist them.

WB0190D ENGLISH $16.95 WB189SE SPANISH $16.95

HOW TO WRITE AN IEP

JOHN ARENA

Parents, teachers, administrators and others involved in IEP preparation and implementation will profit from this brief, easy-to-use, handbook. This text will serve as an invaluable reference for making sure all factors of consequence are given the consideration they require.

AT200SE $19.95

THE PROSPECTOR GOAL MINE #2

DONALD CAHILL AND MAUREEN CAHILL

Written in parent-friendly language; designed to help parents and educators through the Individualized Educational Plan (IEP). Segmented into 26 educational needs areas. Includes more than 5000 examples of good goals and objectives and their application.

IEI00ED $39.95

A NEW IDEA FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION: UNDERSTANDING THE SYSTEM AND THE NEW LAW

A Guide for Parents, A Tool for Educators

Through examination of IDEA provides insight as to role of parent and rights of children. Topics include: the new law; the referral process; child evaluation; creation of IEP; placement and related services; transition preparation; and more.

EV173SE VIDEO $49.95

COOPERATIVE LEARNING AND STRATEGIES FOR INCLUSION

Celebrating Diversity In The Classroom

JOANNE W. PUTNAM

This guide shows educators how to make group learning strategies work in their classrooms. There are chapters written by a distinguished array of professionals who reveal the real educational benefit of a cooperative learning environment.

PB167ED $26.95

THE COMPLETE IEP GUIDE

How to Advocate for Your Special ED Child

LAWENCE M. SEIGEL

A comprehensive step by step guide through the entire IEP process that provides encouragement to the reader as it takes a complicated process and makes it easier to understand. Provides instructions, suggestions, strategies, resources, forms and much more.

NL001SE 24.95

INCLUSION: AN ESSENTIAL GUIDE FOR THE PARAPROFESSIONAL

A Practical Reference Tool for All Paraprofessionals Working in Inclusionary Settings

PEGGY A. HAMMEKEN

Partnership is a key to inclusive education and the paraprofessional is an indispensible member of the team. This resource contains more than 300 easy-to- use strategies for use in the classroom and school environment. Many reproducible forms. …

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