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Teaching Students with Mild and Moderate Disabilities: Research-Based Practices


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Mai 2008

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Part I Foundations for Teaching Chapter 1 Preparing to Teach Students with Mild and Moderate Disabilities PREPARING TO TEACH FEDERAL LEGISLATION AND THE EDUCATION OF STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES THE SPECIAL EDUCATION PROCESS ENVIRONMENTS WHERE SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACERS WORK Chapter 2 Understanding Students with Learning Disabilities, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders, and Other Health Impairments DISABILITY AND THE EFFECTS ON LEARNING AND BEHAVIOR STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES STUDENTS WITH ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER STUDENTS WITH OTHER HEALTH IMPAIRMENTS Chapter 3 Understanding Students with Emotional Disturbance, Mental Retardation, and Autism Spectrum Disorders Objectives STUDENTS WITH EMOTIONAL DISTURBANCE STUDENTS WITH MENTAL RETARDATION STUDENTS WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS UNDERSTANDING STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES Chapter 4 Partnering with Educators, Professionals, Paraprofessionals, Parents, and Other Family Members SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE FOR EFFECTIVE PARTNERSHIPS WORKING WITH EDUCATORS AND OTHER PROFESSIONALS WORKING WITH PARAPROFESSINALS WORKING WITH PARENTS AND OTHER FAMILY MEMBERS WORKING WITH COMMUNITY PARTNERS Part II How Teachers Teach Chapter 5 Linking Assessment and Instruction CONTEMPORARY VIEWS OF ASSESSMENT AND INSTRUCTION ASSESSMENT FOR PLANNING AND MONITORING INSTRUCTION EVALUATING ACHIEVEMENT STATE AND FEDERAL MANDATES PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS AND ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS Chapter 6 Planning and Organizing Instruction CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENTS INDIVIDUALIZING INSTRUCTION PLANNING AND ORGANIZING INSTRUCTION PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS FOR SPECIAL EDUCATORS Chapter 7 Methods for Teaching and Learning HOW STUDENTS LEARN METHODS THAT SUPPORT TEACHING AND LEARNING EMERGING CONCEPTS Chapter 8 Effective Strategies for Teaching (Libby Cohen with Tan Liang See) STRATEGIES THAT SUPPORT LEARNING SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS THAT MAINTAIN AND FACILITATE LEARNING USING TECHNOLOGY FOR COLLABORATION AND LEARNING CONSIDERING CULTURAL AND LINGUISTIC PERSPECTIVES TEACHERS AS PROFESSIONALS Chapter 9 Developing and Enhancing Social Skills ASSESSING SOCIAL SKILLS PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTING INSTRUCTION RESEARCH-BASED INTERVENTION PROGRAMS CREATING SAFE CLASSROOMS Chapter 10 Promoting Positive Behavior UNDERSTANDING PROBLEM AND CHALLENGING BEHAVIORS ASSESSING PROBLEM AND CHALLENGING BEHAVIORS PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTING INSTRUCTION STRENGTHENING SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY CAPACITY Chapter 11 Learning and Study Skills LINKING ASSESSMENT WITH INSTRUCTION SUPPORTING STUDENTS' LEARNING AND STUDY SKILLS TAKING NOTES SKILLS THAT SUPPORT STUDENTS' READING COMPREHENSION TEST-TAKING STRATEGIES INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES FOR DEEPENING UNDERSTANDING AND ENHANCING MEMORY HOMEWORK USING TECHNOLOGY TO SUPPORT LEARNING AND STUDY SKILLS CONSIDERING CULTURAL AND LINGUISTIC PERSPECTIVES Part III Curriculum Areas Chapter 12 Literacy THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING LITERATE READING DISABILITIES INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES SPECIALIZED STRATEGIES AND APPROACHES USING TECHNOLOGY TO SUPPORT READING STRATEGIES FOR INVOLVING FAMILIES IN CHILDREN'S READING CONSIDERING CULTURAL AND LINGUISTIC PERSPECTIVES Chapter 13 Written and Spoken Communication WRITTEN COMMUNICATION WRITING DISABILITIES LINKING ASSESSMENT WITH INSTRUCTION INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES TEACHING SPELLING SPOKEN LANGUAGE AND OTHER FORMS OF COMMUNICATION CONSIDERING CULTURAL AND LINGUISTIC PERSPECTIVES Chapter 14 Mathematics LEARNING DIFFICULTIES IN MATHEMATICS LINKING ASSESSMENT WITH INSTRUCTION INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES FUNCTIONAL MATHEMATICS CONSIDERING CULTURAL AND LINGUISTIC PERSPECTIVES USING TECHNOLOGY: MATHEMATICS TEACHING RESOURCES Chapter 15 Science and Social Studies SCIENCE AND SOCIAL STUDIES: EDUCATING ALL STUDENTS FOR THE FUTURE IMPORTANCE OF SCIENCE EDUCATION LINKING ASSESSMENT WITH INSTRUCTION INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES CONSIDERING CULTURAL AND LINGUISTIC PERSPECTIVES THE IMPORTANCE OF SOCIAL STUDIES LINKING ASSESSMENT WITH INSTRUCTION INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES USING TECHNOLOGY CONSIDERING CULTURAL AND LINGUISTIC PERSPECTIVES Part IV Promoting Independence Chapter 16 Transition TRANSITION PROCESS LINKING ASSESSMENT WITH INSTRUCTION TYPES OF TRANSITION ACTIVITIES TRANSITION SERVICES SELF-DETERMINATION, SELF-ADVOCACY, AND PERSON-CENTERED PLANNING USING TECHNOLOGY CAREER DEVELOPMENT CONSIDERING CULTURAL AND LINGUISTIC PERSPECTIVES Special Features Research to Practice Instructional Consultation Teams and Referral to Special Education Services Large-Scale and High-Stakes Assessment Co-Teaching in Inclusive Classrooms Teaching Methods and Specific Content Focus Teaching Social Skills to Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders Teaching Social Skills to Students with Learning Disabilities and Behavior Problems The Bullying Prevention Program Dropout Prevention Thinking About Technological Literacy What Does the Research Say About Tracking Students in Mathematics? Role Models and Mentors Mnemonics Thinking About Youth with Disabilities Cultural and Linguistic Perspectives A Wealth of Classroom Experiences and Expectations English Language Learners and Learning Disabilities Cultural Identity Community Partnerships Using Appropriate Assessment Practices Physical, Social, and Learning Environments Research-Based Teaching Methods and Latino Students Familiarity, Dissonance, or Disability? Creating Culturally Relevant Educational Experiences Meet Raasfa World of Science Four Approaches Modified Paired Storytelling Strategy Reaching Out to Latinos
EAN: 9780132331388
ISBN: 0132331381
Untertitel: 'Pearson Custom Education'. Revised. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: PRENTICE HALL
Erscheinungsdatum: Mai 2008
Seitenanzahl: 576 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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