Your students can have a wide range of medical issues--from asthma and ADHD to diabetes and depression. This easy-to-read reference gives you all the information you need on how your students' medical conditions and treatments directly affect their classroom behavior and learning ability. You'll get critical research--including the DSM-IV and IDEA 1997 guidelines--and strategies for creating successful learning environments, such as physically modifying your classrooms to accommodate special needs, communicating with medical professionals to share insight on your students' conditions, and collaborating with students' families. With its mini-drug reference and extensive lists of contacts and resources, you'll use this indispensable guide year after year!In writing, the basic skill is learning to print numbers and each letter of the alphabet. Two math basic concepts are the base-10 system and the fact that numbers can neither be created nor made to ... Without the mastery of addition and subtraction, a student cannot learn multiplication and division. ... Gradually, having the skills and being able to use them are assumed, and the focus shifts more to using the basic skills for ... Each one teaches a different subject, has a different teachinganbsp;...
|Title||:||The Educator's Guide to Medical Issues in the Classroom|
|Author||:||Frank M. Kline, Larry B. Silver, Steven C. Russell|
|Publisher||:||Paul H Brookes Publishing Company - 2001-01-01|