Teaching Students With Communication Disorders

Author: Jim Ysseldyke
Publisher: Corwin Press
ISBN: 1483362191
Size: 40.25 MB
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Focusing on teaching students with communication disorders, the authors offer practical teaching strategies and provide brief definitions, indicators, and behaviors associated with speech and language disorders.

Teaching Students With Emotional Disturbance

Author: Bob Algozzine
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 1632201488
Size: 21.36 MB
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Valuable insight and sound intervention strategies for addressing the needs of students with social and emotional problems! When a student is inattentive, extremely anxious, or has an outright tantrum in the classroom, ascertaining the exact cause may be difficult, but it is a critical step in reaching and teaching the students who exhibit these behaviors. In Teaching Students With Emotional Disturbance, Ysseldyke and Algozzine show readers how to recognize the cognitive, academic, physical, communicational, and behavioral characteristics of several forms of emotional disturbance and offer specific strategies for responding to anxiety issues, opposition and noncompliance, tantrums, disruptiveness, inattention, task avoidance, and more. Highlights include: • A pretest and posttest to help readers assess their understanding about the origins of social and emotional difficulties and how they are best addressed • Effective interventions and instructional adaptations for students who have emotional problems • Trends and issues currently influencing how students with social and emotional problems are taught • Key vocabulary terms The authors offer a wealth of information and resources so that teachers can better identify the needs of students with emotional disturbance and help them succeed in the classroom.

The Fundamentals Of Special Education

Author: Bob Algozzine
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 1629149624
Size: 13.59 MB
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The busy educator’s concise guide to the essentials of special education! In The Fundamentals of Special Education, authors Bob Algozzine and Jim Ysseldyke highlight the major concepts in special education, providing readers with a better understanding of the field, from disability categories and statistics to appropriate learning environments. Including a pretest, posttest, and key vocabulary terms, this practical guide answers the many questions educators have about special education, including: • What is "special education" exactly, and why do we have it? • How many students receive special education services and who are they? • How are students identified for special education services? • Where are students with disabilities taught? • What is an Individualized Education Plan (IEP)? • What roles do general and special education teachers play in addressing the needs of students with disabilities, and how do their responsibilities overlap? • How does diversity influence special education? • What about students who are gifted and/or talented? This excellent resource outlines a practicable approach to special education in all its many forms so that teachers can be prepared for the challenges they might face in the classroom.

Teaching Students With Gifts And Talents

Author: Bob Algozzine
Publisher: Corwin Press
ISBN: 1483362205
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The authors help educators identify gifted and talented students, present effective instructional approaches such as enrichment and acceleration, and review characteristics related to exceptional students.

A Practical Guide For Teachers Of Students With An Autism Spectrum Disorder In Secondary Education

Author: Elaine Keane
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 9780857006462
Size: 14.45 MB
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Students on the autism spectrum often face difficulties in the secondary education environment that result from a lack of awareness on the part of their teachers and peers. This guide acquaints teachers with all the information and practical tools needed to understand and support their students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). The book presents specific, ready-to-use classroom initiatives with example worksheets, checklists and timetables to help students keep organised with their school work. It also covers general obstacles such as social situations, anxiety, mental health issues and extracurricular activities and how adults can help. Guidance about the leaving school stage and how to ensure the teen is equipped to make the best possible decisions about their future is included. Packed with useful information and examples, this book will be a lifesaving resource for teachers, and everyone else working in secondary education, who want to help their students with autism to stay focused and positive at school.

Teaching Young Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder

Author: Clarissa Willis
Publisher: Gryphon House, Inc.
ISBN: 9780876591420
Size: 43.22 MB
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What do you do when a three-year-old with autism falls on the floor kicking and screaming? How do you communicate with a child who looks away and flaps his hands? Who can help if you suspect a child in your class has autism? Preschool can be overwhelming for a child with autism. Autism affects how a child communicates, behaves, and relates to others. Teachers need to know what they can do to help children with autism reach their full potential. Teaching Young Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder is a straightforward, easy-to-understand guide to working with children who have autism. It explains the major characteristics associated with autism and helps teachers understand the ways children with autism relate to the world. Each chapter offers specific strategies for teachers to use, including setting up a proactive preschool environment, helping children learn life skills, managing behavior, helping children with autism communicate, encouraging children with autism to play, helping them to get along with others, and working with families. Teaching Young Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder helps teachers connect with all children in meaningful ways, allowing children with autism to learn and grow. Updated with new DSM-5 information.

How To Reach And Teach Children With Add Adhd

Author: Sandra F. Rief
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118429397
Size: 71.99 MB
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Sandra Rief offers myriad real-life case studies, interviews, and student intervention plans for children with ADD/ADHD. In addition, the book contains best teaching practices and countless strategies for enhancing classroom performance for all types of students. This invaluable resource offers proven suggestions for: Engaging students' attention and active participation Keeping students on-task and productive Preventing and managing behavioral problems in the classroom Differentiating instruction and addressing students' diverse learning styles Building a partnership with parents and much more.

Strategy Instruction For Students With Learning Disabilities

Author: Robert Reid
Publisher: Guilford Publications
ISBN: 1462512208
Size: 13.19 MB
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"Practical and accessible, this book provides the first step-by-step guide to cognitive strategy instruction, which has been shown to be one of the most effective instructional techniques for students with learning problems. Presented are proven strategies that students can use to improve their self-regulated learning, study skills, and performance in specific content areas, including written language, reading, and math. Clear directions for teaching the strategies in the elementary or secondary classroom are accompanied by sample lesson plans and many concrete examples. Enhancing the book's hands-on utility are more than 20 reproducible worksheets and forms"--