Teaching Children and Adolescents with Special Needs
For courses on how to teach students with mild disabilities.The updated edition of this text is structured and organized to include recommendations for teacher effectiveness to fully prepare special education students for their role in the 21st century. The text uses a personal tone and interactive approach to present practical, research-based teaching strategies that relate to everyday occurrences in the schools, and describes motivating, experience-based activities, along with detailed lesson plans throughout the text.
- Paperback | 427 pages
- 191.3 x 232.9 x 19.8mm | 766.38g
- 09 Aug 2001
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
- 3rd edition
- references, indexes
Table of contents
I. FOUNDATIONS FOR INSTRUCTION. 1. Students with Special Needs. 2. Beginning-of-the-Year Planning. 3. Informal Assessment. 4. Instructional Materials. 5. Collaborative Consultation and Communication. II. INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNIQUES. 6. The Instructional Cycle. 7. Content Instruction. 8. Strategy Instruction. 9. Study Skills Instruction. 10. Social Skills and Peer-Mediated Instructional Strategies. III. FACTORS AFFECTING INSTRUCTION. 11. Technology for Teaching and Learning. 12. Transition from School to Community Living. References. Author Index. Subject Index.