This supplement for special education courses consists of five short cases for each of the twelve official federal disability areas. It provides vivid, realistic depictions of what it is like to be a student with a disability. Cases include persons of different ages and in different settings. Each case explores the individual's disability and its effect on her or his interactions with parents, friends, community members, and society.
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Scot Danforth is an Assistant Professor in the School of Education, University of Missouri-St. Louis. He received his Ph.D. in special education from the University of South Florida. He has worked in a variety of roles within the field of speical education; paraprofessional, classroom teacher, consultant, researcher, and teacher educator. He is the co-author of two books and has published articles in leading special education journals in the United States and Europe. He specializes in the education of students experiencing behavioral difficulties, the social construction of disability, and the philosophy of social inquiry.
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