This Merrill/CEC text is the perfect resource for all teachers--special educators, general education classroom teachers, and paraeducators--working in traditional or inclusive school settings. Brief and inexpensive, this book helps teachers and other professionals "survive" and succeed in today's changing classrooms. Since its publication, CEC has distributed more than 60,000 copies of this guidebook--a must-have for all educators!
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Survival Guide for the First-Year Special Education Teacher is the perfect resource for all teachers—special educators, general education classroom teachers, and paraeducators—working in traditional or inclusive school settings. This brief book includes:
Since its publication, CEC has distributed more than 60,000 copies of Survival Guide for the First-Year Special Education Teacher to help teachers and other professionals survive and succeed in today's changing classrooms.About the Author:
Mary Kemper Cohen currently works as an educational consultant and manages an electronic bulletin board that focuses on public policy issues impacting individuals with disabilities. Previously Ms. Cohen worked at CEC, where she served in several arenas during her 10-year tenure. During that time, she served as a policy specialist in the Office of Governmental Relations, coordinator of the federally sponsored Clearinghouse for Professions in Special Education, coordinator for Student CEC, and unit development manager in the Department of Member and Unit Services. Ms. Cohen's classroom experience was with students with educable mental disabilities.
Maureen Gale recently spent several years serving as a resource lab coordinator in Japan and Uruguay, where she was responsible for program coordination and assessment of students from kindergarten through 12th grade. Ms. Gale has her master's degree in emotional disturbance and has begun work on her doctorate. She has taught in resource classrooms and in a psychiatric hospital. Ms. Gale was a Teacher of the Year finalist for the Florida Department of Education for Exceptional Students in 1985 and received the 1982 Outstanding Service Award from the Gatorland Area Chapter. She is a past president of Student CEC and a past chair of the CEC Unit Development Committee.
Joyce M. Meyer teaches children with specific learning disabilities at Thomas Jefferson Junior High School, Waukegan Public Schools, District 60, Waukegan, Illinois. She has also taught in a high school self-contained class for students with behavior disorders and in a cross-categorical elementary school program. Ms. Meyer is working on her master's degree in educational administration. She received the Illinois CEC Federation Dean Hage Award in 1986 for outstanding work as a Student CEC member and currently serves as advisor to the Illinois Student CEC Association.
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