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The Resource Understanding special education : an examination of the responsibilities through case studies, Roberta Gentry and Norah S. Hooper

Understanding special education : an examination of the responsibilities through case studies, Roberta Gentry and Norah S. Hooper

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Understanding special education : an examination of the responsibilities through case studies
Title
Understanding special education
Title remainder
an examination of the responsibilities through case studies
Statement of responsibility
Roberta Gentry and Norah S. Hooper
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Language
eng
Summary
In increasing numbers, general education teachers are faced with the task of educating students with disabilities in their classrooms, and many beginning teachers are not prepared for the diverse classroom that awaits them. The cases in this book are written from the viewpoint of general education teachers, with the goal of providing them with the information and tools to improve their ability to approach this task with confidence. As participants process the cases in this book, they will learn to collect and evaluate data, identify important concepts, apply legal requirements, develop hypothe
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Gentry, Roberta
Dewey number
371.9
Index
index present
LC call number
LC3981
LC item number
.G45 2016
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Hooper, Norah S.
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  • Special education
  • Special education
  • United States
  • EDUCATION / Administration / General
  • EDUCATION / Organizations & Institutions
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Understanding special education : an examination of the responsibilities through case studies, Roberta Gentry and Norah S. Hooper
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
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cr
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
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txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Foreword; Introduction; Chapter One: The Pre-Referral Process and Response to Intervention; Response to Intervention; Case 1: Interventions for Whom?; Case 2: Are More Intensive Interventions Warranted?; Chapter Two: Eligibility for Special Education Services; Case 3: What Should the Team Decide?; Case 4: What Are the Next Steps?; Chapter Three: Individualized Education Program; Case 5: Is the School Providing Appropriate Services?; Case 6: What Should Tommy Do Next Year?; Chapter Four: Working with Parents; Families in Crisis; From a Parent's View; Resources for Parents; Advocacy
  • The Reality of Parenting a Child with a DisabilityA Valuable Resource; Case 7: What Can Parents Do?; Case 8: Who Is Responsible?; Chapter Five: Co-Teaching; One Teach, One Observe; One Teach, One Assist; Station Teaching; Parallel Teaching; Alternative Teaching; Team Teaching; Case 9: Will They Co-Teach?; Case 10: What Should Mr. Walker Do?; Chapter Six: Working with Other Professionals; Related Services; Speech and Language Services; Occupational Therapist; Physical Therapy; Other Professionals; Teaming; Case 11: Where Is the Team?; Case 12: Should Evelyn Have Come Home?
  • Chapter Seven: The Effective ClassroomCreate a Classroom Community; Use Space Thoughtfully; Develop Routines; Anticipate Problems; Use Prompts; Teach School Behavior; Hold Everyone Accountable; Be Persistent; Case 13: What Does an Effective Classroom Look Like?; Connections; Independence; Responsibility and Choice; Frequent Assessment; Variety; Case 14: Does Rodney Have a Disability?; Chapter Eight: Behavior Management; Foundation; Bernie; Manifestation Determination; Case 15: Where Does Billy Belong?; Case 16: Can Michael Control Himself?; Chapter Nine: Assessment; Definition
  • Classroom Data CollectionTest Accessibility; Test Accommodations; Alternate Assessment; Case 17: How Can Assessment Help Marcus?; Case 18: Is This Test Fair?; Appendix A: List of Cases by Disability Area; Appendix B: List of Cases by Grade Level; References; About the Authors
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944956476
Extent
1 online resource (xii, 115 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781475822212
Lccn
2016012569
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)944956476
Label
Understanding special education : an examination of the responsibilities through case studies, Roberta Gentry and Norah S. Hooper
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Foreword; Introduction; Chapter One: The Pre-Referral Process and Response to Intervention; Response to Intervention; Case 1: Interventions for Whom?; Case 2: Are More Intensive Interventions Warranted?; Chapter Two: Eligibility for Special Education Services; Case 3: What Should the Team Decide?; Case 4: What Are the Next Steps?; Chapter Three: Individualized Education Program; Case 5: Is the School Providing Appropriate Services?; Case 6: What Should Tommy Do Next Year?; Chapter Four: Working with Parents; Families in Crisis; From a Parent's View; Resources for Parents; Advocacy
  • The Reality of Parenting a Child with a DisabilityA Valuable Resource; Case 7: What Can Parents Do?; Case 8: Who Is Responsible?; Chapter Five: Co-Teaching; One Teach, One Observe; One Teach, One Assist; Station Teaching; Parallel Teaching; Alternative Teaching; Team Teaching; Case 9: Will They Co-Teach?; Case 10: What Should Mr. Walker Do?; Chapter Six: Working with Other Professionals; Related Services; Speech and Language Services; Occupational Therapist; Physical Therapy; Other Professionals; Teaming; Case 11: Where Is the Team?; Case 12: Should Evelyn Have Come Home?
  • Chapter Seven: The Effective ClassroomCreate a Classroom Community; Use Space Thoughtfully; Develop Routines; Anticipate Problems; Use Prompts; Teach School Behavior; Hold Everyone Accountable; Be Persistent; Case 13: What Does an Effective Classroom Look Like?; Connections; Independence; Responsibility and Choice; Frequent Assessment; Variety; Case 14: Does Rodney Have a Disability?; Chapter Eight: Behavior Management; Foundation; Bernie; Manifestation Determination; Case 15: Where Does Billy Belong?; Case 16: Can Michael Control Himself?; Chapter Nine: Assessment; Definition
  • Classroom Data CollectionTest Accessibility; Test Accommodations; Alternate Assessment; Case 17: How Can Assessment Help Marcus?; Case 18: Is This Test Fair?; Appendix A: List of Cases by Disability Area; Appendix B: List of Cases by Grade Level; References; About the Authors
Control code
944956476
Extent
1 online resource (xii, 115 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781475822212
Lccn
2016012569
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)944956476

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