This volume highlights major concepts in special education -- from disability categories, identification issues, and IEPs to appropriate learning environments and the roles general and special educators play. The authors provide an overview of the field of special education, provide fundamental information on definitions and terms commonly used in the field, they describe characteristics commonly associated with people who receive special education, and we provide in-depth coverage of tactics effective teachers use to make educational experiences more successful for students with those characteristics. This work introduces laws and legal cases affecting the delivery of special education services, and the full range of settings in which those services are delivered, and the principles of assessment and instruction that promote effectiveness in providing the services.For example, mark student worksheets with vertical and horizontal lines and place math problems in the squares created ... Assignment modifications Multiple opportunities Manipulatives Real-life applications Basic problem-solving conceptsanbsp;...
|Author||:||James E. Ysseldyke, Robert Algozzine|
|Publisher||:||Houghton Mifflin College Division - 1995|