This popular, classic text has been revised and updated. Now in its seventh edition, Teaching Students with Learning and Behavior Problems provides teachers with a comprehensive overview of the best practices in informal assessment and adaptive instruction. With the current trend toward integrated classrooms, teachers of both regular and exceptional students will find this text a useful resource. This book (1) succinctly reviews the roles and duties of teachers of students who have school-related problems that involve reading, spelling, arithmetic, handwriting, and behavior; (2) provides teachers with a series of discussions that focus on school-related difficulties; (3) provides basic information regarding appropriate assessment techniques and instructional methods; and (4) provides teachers with suggestions for specific teaching materials and resources. This new edition still focuses on the school-age student. The authors have checked to make sure that all tests and methods referred to are still popular and available. Also added are two appendices: (1) A Sampling of Companies that Focus on Assessment and Teaching Products for Students with Special Needs and (2) A List of Technology Vendors. Both appendices help teachers find suitable products to enhance the effectiveness of their instructional programs.
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Book Description Pro ed, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110890799288