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by Martin Henley

Author: Martin Henley
Subcategory: Education
Language: English
Publisher: Pearson; 6 edition (August 4, 2008)
Pages: 464 pages
Category: Other
Rating: 4.9
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Describes the characteristics of students with mild disabilities, and clearly explains the best teaching practices for . A study of direct instructional spelling strategies and their effect on students with special needs who are classified with Mild Mental Disabilities.

Describes the characteristics of students with mild disabilities, and clearly explains the best teaching practices for inclusive education, behavior management, social skill instruction, and modifying classroom instruction for students with mild disabilities, including.

Describes the characteristics of students with mild disabilities, and . New information on using technology with students with mild disabilities.

Describes the characteristics of students with mild disabilities, and clearly explains the best teaching practices for inclusive education, behavior management, social skill instruction, and modifying classroom instruction for students with mild disabilities, including learning disabilities, mild intellectual disabilities and emotional disturbance. Expanded sections on teaching approaches including differentiated instruction, graphic organizers, multiple intelligence, and testing accommodations.

Describes of students with mild disabilities .

Describes of students with mild disabilities, andclearly explains"the best teaching practices" for inclusive education, behavior management, social skill instruction, and modifying classroom instruction for students with mild disabilities, including learning disabilities, mild intellectual disabilities and emotional disturbance. The book features a key event in Martin Henley is a retired professor Emeritus from Westfield State University, Westfield MA. He earned his P. in special education at Syracuse University. He is a Navy and Vietnam veteran.

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Part 1 addresses the characteristics of students with mild disabilities

Part 1 addresses the characteristics of students with mild disabilities. Chapter 1 explains the basic principles of special education, including its history, legal mandates, and descriptions of various types of disabling conditions. Chapters 2 through 4 present detailed information on each of the three mild disabilities, including practical teaching strategies for each. Chapter 5 considers cross-categorical characteristics and educational strategies. Part 2 of the book details effective teaching practices with this population. Henley, Martin; Ramsey, Roberta . Algozzine, Robert F.

It includes lots of examples of strategies for teachers.

Characteristics of students with mild/moderate disabilities are discussed, giving students information critical to the selection of appropriate strategies for future clients. It includes lots of examples of strategies for teachers.

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II: Accommodations and/or Modifications 5 Teaching Strategies for Students with Disabilities General Classroom Tips . Gradually reduce the amount of assistance, but keep in mind that students with disabilities will need more help for a longer period of time than students without a disability.

They are general classroom tips that sustain and improve the learning and organizational skills of students with disabilities.

Roberta Ramsey, Martin Henley, Robert Algozzine.

Describes the characteristics of students with mild disabilities, and clearly explains the best teaching practices for inclusive education, behavior management, social skill instruction, and modifying classroom instruction for students with mild disabilities, including learning disabilities, mild intellectual disabilities and emotional disturbance.

This new edition includes anelaboration of Response to Intervention (RTI), which since the last edition has become a focal point of research and literature among general and special educators. This is a dynamic progression of cooperation between general and special education - primarily due to changes in the federal law regarding how students with learning disabilities are identified.

Highlights of the New Edition:

Re-organized to present the overview of mild disabilities earlier in the sequence of chapters(now chapter 2). This chapter includes new information on Asperger’s Syndrome, pervasive developmental delay and non-verbal learning disabilities, as well as expanded information on ADHD. Response To Intervention (RTI). New information on RTI and how it creates opportunities for general education reading specialists to establish preventive reading programs for at-risk students. Included is specific scientifically based reading strategies identified by the National Institute for Literacy (Chapter 5). Contains updated information on IDEA ’04 and No Child Left Behind with an emphasison how these laws affect teaching, assessing and managing the behavior of students with mild disabilities. New information on using technology with students with mild disabilities.