Introduction to Special Education that puts all marterial into context of changing role of special educator. KEY TOPICS: Covers all categories of disability with attention paid to validated research practices and their applications in the classroom. Connects teachers to people with disabilities through human stories. MARKET: For teachers, therapists, students, parents, and any one working with people with disabilities.
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The chapter on collaboration is an excellent addition that most texts of this type do not include, and I believe it is a unique, positive feature of this text. None of the introductory texts I've looked at have had such a thorough introduction to this topic.
Cynthia Herr, University of Oregon
I like the balance achieved between professional delivery and family need. This degree of collaboration is long overdue and is welcomed.
James A. Siders, The University of Southern Mississippi
One strength of the text is that. . .the parents are clearly included as a component of the team rather than an ‘outside party.’
Philip Lee Gunter, Valdosta State University
This exciting new text's contemporary treatment of special education prepares teachers for their role in the education and well-being of students with special needs. Some features include. . .
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