Fundamentals of Special Education: What Every Teacher Needs to Know gathers into one source the critical information needed to understand students with disabilities. Written to be concise yet complete, it is an essential resource for educators because it provides the basic parameters of each disability area and defines the issues that impact current interventions and practices. This new edition addresses the latest laws in special education (such as the reauthorization of IDEA and NCLB), includes a new chapter on autism spectrum disorders, and contains additional information on collaboration with families and other service professionals.Harley, R., Wood, T., aamp; Merbler, J. (1981). Peabody ... House, S. S., aamp; Davidson, R. C. (2000). ... J. (2005). Product evaluation: Breaking the code: A review of two portable bar code scanners. AccessWorld, 6(5), 1-5. ... In C. Kirchner (Ed.), Data on blindness and visual impairment in the U.S.: A resource manual on social demographic Moore, V., aamp; McConachie, H. (1990). Early language development in. characteristics, education, employment and income, and service delivery (2nd ed.).
|Title||:||Fundamentals of Special Education|
|Author||:||Margaret G. Werts, Richard Culatta, James R. Tompkins|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2007|