Special Education

Abnormal psychology

Abnormal psychology

by Ann M. Kring; Sheri L. Johnson; Gerald C. Davison

 callnumbericon RC 454 K75 2014       ED-61607

Edition: 12th edition-DSM-5 update

Language: English  

Publisher: Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., [2014]

Summary:     Abnormal Psychology, Twelfth Edition is first and foremost grounded in the latest science of mental illness. This NEW edition continues to set the standard for clarity, cutting-edge coverage, authoritative content, and clinical examples. It guides students through layer after layer of discovery as it presents the most current understanding of mental illness.

Audiology and communication disorders an overview

Audiology and communication disorders : an overview

by Larry Humes; Fred H. Bess

 callnumbericon RF 290 H86 2014       ED-61722

Edition: 2nd ed.

Language: English  

Publisher: Philadelphia : Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, [2014]

Summary:     Using the innovative communication chain model that makes concepts and principles easy-to-understand, this proven book covers structure and function of the auditory system; auditory disorders; audiologic measurement; screening for hearing loss and middle ear status; prosthetic devices for the hearing impaired; and rehabilitation and habilitation for individuals with impaired hearing.

Autism ambassadors handbook peer support for learning growth and success

Autism ambassadors handbook : peer support for learning, growth, and success

by Zak Kukoff

 callnumbericon LC 4717 K85 2013       ED-61723

Language: English  

Publisher: Thousand Oaks, California : Corwin, [2013]

Summary:   Sometimes, all a student needs to succeed is a friend. Every day, thousands of students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) struggle to stay afloat at school-sometimes bullied, often ostracized. Mastering academics can be hard enough without the added challenge of navigating social situations that neurotypical kids take for granted. If students with ASD had a peer to model and reinforce socially appropriate behavior and coach them through schoolwork, it could help them feel at home in the student population. This inspirational new book describes how to set up just such a peer-mentoring organization in your school or community. With a clear understanding of the needs of students with ASD and the kids who will be their guides, Kukoff provides: Steps for organizing and implementing your own Autism Ambassadors program Clear-cut guidelines on the responsibilities of student "ambassadors," plus peer-support strategies to improve the ambassador experience More than a hundred specific interventions any student can employ with students with ASD A path for students with ASD to become Autism Ambassadors themselves Based on the methodology of Applied Behavior Analysis-the gold standard in autism intervention-but created and led by students, the Autism Ambassadors curriculum will promote leadership and improve the school experience for all student

 

A Z of inclusion in early childhood

A-Z of inclusion in early childhood

by Mary Dickins

 callnumbericon LC 1200 D53 2014       ED-61711

Language: English  

Publisher: Maidenhead, Berkshire, England : Open University Press, 2014

Summary:     "The concept of inclusion is complex and messy and although many definitions abound it has never been fully clarified in legislation and guidance. The purpose of this book is to consider how professionals working with young children and their families can better understand the concept of inclusion and successfully establish, examine and evaluate the building blocks and framework that should underpin inclusive practice. This book represents a genuine attempt to identify the challenges and barriers to inclusion for all children; to understand them and in some measure, to suggest how they might be overcome"--Publisher.

Boosting executive skills in the classroom a practical guide for educators

Boosting executive skills in the classroom : a practical guide for educators

by Joyce Cooper-Kahn; Margaret Foster

 callnumbericon LC 4601 C66 2013       ED-61611

Language: English

Publisher: San Francisco, CA : Jossey-Bass, [2013]

Summary:     "A guide for helping students with weak Executive Function skills to learn efficiently and effectively Students with weak Executive Function skills need strong support and specific strategies to help them learn in an efficient manner, demonstrate what they know, and manage the daily demands of school. This book shows teachers how to do exactly that, while also managing the ebb and flow of their broader classroom needs. From the author of the bestselling parenting book Late, Lost, and Unprepared, comes a compilation of the most practical tools and strategies, designed to be equally useful for children with EF problems as well as all other students in the general education classroom. Rooted in solid research and classroom-tested experience, the book is organized to help teachers negotiate the very fluid challenges they face every day; educators will find strategies that improve their classroom "flow" and reduce the stress of struggling to teach students with EF weaknesses. Includes proven strategies for teachers who must address the needs of students with Executive Function deficits Contains information from noted experts Joyce Cooper-Kahn, a child psychologist and Margaret Foster, an educator and learning specialist Offers ways to extend learning and support strategies beyond the classroom The book's reproducible forms and handouts are available for free download This important book offers teachers specific strategies to help students with EF deficits learn in an efficient manner, demonstrate what they know, and manage the daily demands of school"

 

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