A guide to co-teaching: Practical tips for facilitating student learning

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Content: A Guide to Co-Teaching: Practical Tips for Facilitating student learning (232 pages) By Richard A. Villa Product Description This second edition presents four approaches to co-teaching and includes updated references, teacher self-assessments, organizational tips, outlines, a glossary of terms, and descriptions of co-teaching roles. Ants in His Pants: Absurdities and Realities of special education (125 pages) By Michael F. Giangreco Product Description With wit, humor, and profound one-liners, Michael Giangreco and Kevin Ruelle will transform your thinking as you take a "lighter" look at the often comical and occasionally harsh truth in the everchanging field of special education. "Ants in His Pants" sheds a whimsical, thought-provoking glimpse in the real-life situations frequently encountered by those within the special education system. This extraordinary, carefully crafted collection of 110 cartoons will inspire and entertain while providing a scrupulous look into the absurdities and realities of virtually all areas of special education. Great tool for educators and staff developers! Asperger . . . Que Significa Para Mi?: Un Manual Dedicado A Ayudar A Ninos y Jovenes Con Asperger O Autismo de Alto Funcionamiento (Spanish Edition) (318 pages) By R. Wayne Gilpin Product Description This is a book that will never become irrelevant or "outdated." Every child who uses it also becomes its "co-author." Each chapter is divided in two parts: the first part - the "Workbook" - is for the child to complete, by writing or highlighting "What is True for Me" in lists of simple statements. The second part - "For Parents and Teachers" - contains helpful tips/information for the adult who guides him through the exercises. The book will provide insight into your child's mind, and make him/her more self-aware, learning what autism means in relation to crucial areas of his/her life: friendships, fears, abilities, and much more.
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The Brainstorms Woman: Epilepsy in Our Lives (124 pages) By Steven C. Schachter, Kaarkuzhali B. Krishnamurthy, and Deborah T. Combs Cantrell Product Description Accounts from women on how epilepsy impacts the more intimate and important parts of their lives. Offers descriptions of how seizures may fluctuate with changes in female hormones, over the menstrual cycle, and at menopause. The Complete Guide to Asperger's Syndrome (397 pages) By Tony Attwood Product Description "The Complete Guide to Asperger's Syndrome" is the definitive handbook for anyone affected by Asperger's syndrome (AS). It brings together a wealth of information on all aspects of the syndrome for children through to adults. Drawing on case studies and personal accounts from Attwood's extensive clinical experience, and from his correspondence with individuals with AS, this book is both authoritative and extremely accessible. The Complete IEP Guide: How to Advocate for Your Special Ed Child (402 pages) By Lawrence Siegel Product Description Create an IEP with this start-to-finish guide for caring parents. Your special needs child needs a special education, and as a parent, you face a number of obstacles as you work with your school district to develop an Individual Education Plan (IEP) - lots of steps, complicated paperwork, and intimidating procedures may seem like too much to take on...but you can do it! Let The Complete IEP Guide guide you through this complex process with vital information, strategies, and the encouragement you need to secure your child's education.
The Elephant in the Playroom: Ordinary Parents Write Intimately and Honestly About the Extraordinary Highs and Heartbreaking Lows of Raising Kids with Special Needs (256 pages) By Denise Brodey Product Description In The Elephant in the Playroom, moms and dads from across the country write intimately and honestly about the joyful highs and disordered lows of raising children who are "not quite normal." Laying bare the emotional, medical, and social challenges they face, their stories address issues ranging from if and when to medicate a child, to how to get a child who is overly sensitive to the texture of food to eat lunch. Eloquent and honest, the voices in this collection will provide solace and support for the millions of parents whose kids struggle with ADD, ADHD, sensory disorders, childhood depression, Asperger's syndrome, and autism--as well as the many kids who fall between diagnoses. The Everyday Guide to Special Education Law - A Handbook for Parents, Teachers and Other Professionals (152 pages) By Randy Chapman Product Description The Everyday Guide to Special Education Law features additional information from the IDEA regulations and court decisions including resolving disputes using the state education Agency complaint process including obtaining compensatory services; timelines for dispute resolution and due process hearings; burden of proof in due process hearings; what constitutes a pattern of removal of a student in the disciplinary process triggering the need to conduct a manifestation determination; and services for children with disabilities placed by their parents in private schools. The Flight from Intimacy: Healing Your Relationship of Counterdependence - The Other Side of Co-dependency (276 pages) By Janae B. Weinhold, Ph.D. and Barry K. Weinhold, Ph.D. Product Description The Flight from Intimacy shows readers how to recognize and cope with counter-dependent people. And if you recognize yourself in the description above, this book will help you learn how to change. It teaches readers how to use committed relationships to heal childhood wounds and provides proven ways to use conflicts as opportunities for creating intimate, partnership relationships.
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act as Amended in 2004 (Student Enrichment Series) (112 pages) By Rud Turnbull, Nancy Huerta, and Matthew Stowe Product Description Do your students need to learn the basics of the IDEA 2004 Amendment? This brief guide, written by the leading experts in special education law, outlines the history of IDEA; the major purposes of the 2004 Law; specific definitions to terms in the 2004 Amendment; and a discussion of IDEA's principles: IEPs, learning disabilities, transition, over-identification, early intervening services, and discipline. The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act as Amended in 2004 (What Every Teacher Should Know About) (112 pages) By Rud Turnbull, Nancy Huerta, and Matthew Stowe Product Description Do your students need to learn the basics of the IDEA 2004 Amendment? This brief guide, written by the leading experts in special education law, outlines the history of IDEA; the major purposes of the 2004 Law; specific definitions to terms in the 2004 Amendment; and a discussion of IDEA's principles: IEPs, learning disabilities, transition, over-identification, early intervening services, and discipline. The Lost Boy: A Foster Child's Search for the Love of a Family (250 pages) By Dave Pelzer Product Description Imagine a young boy who has never had a loving home. His only possessions are the old, torn clothes he carries in a paper bag. The only world he knows is one of isolation and fear. Although others had rescued this boy from his abusive alcoholic mother, his real hurt is just beginning -- he has no place to call home. Tears, laughter, devastation and hope create the journey of this little lost boy who searches desperately for just one thing -- the love of a family.
The Myth of Laziness (288 pages) By Mel Levine Product Description In The Myth of Laziness Dr. Levine shows how we can spot the neurodevelopmental dysfunctions that may cause "output failure," as he calls it, whether in school or in the workplace. Dr. Levine identifies seven forms of dysfunction that obstruct output. Drawing on his years of clinical experience he describes eight people -- children, adolescents, and adults -- he has worked with who exhibited one or another of these problems. He shows how identifying the problem can make all the difference, leading to a course of corrective action rather than to accusations of laziness and moral failure. The New Social story book: Illustrated Edition (120 pages) By Carol Gray, Bvm Product Description Carol Gray offers a full 100 of her famous Social Stories, explaining what to do in everyday situations that spectrum children may find confusing. These simple, illustrated stories help them understand particular situations, what a child might do in that situation, and what the outcome might be. Sample stories include, "Can I hold the baby?"; "How to give a hug"; and "What am I supposed to do at recess?" Carol details how to write a Social Story, so you can tailor-make stories to fit your child's needs. Included are directions for reviewing a Social Story with others, which encourages generalization. The Out-of-Sync Child: Recognizing and Coping with Sensory Processing Disorder, Revised Edition (384 pages) By Carol Kranowitz Product Description The Out-of-Sync Child broke new ground by identifying Sensory Processing Disorder, a common but frequently misdiagnosed problem in which the central nervous system misinterprets messages from the senses. This newly revised edition features additional information from recent research on vision and hearing deficits, motor skill problems, nutrition and picky eaters, ADHA, autism, and other related disorders.
The Out-of-Sync Child Has Fun: Activities for Kids with Sensory Processing Disorder (352 pages) By Carol Kranowitz Product Description This edition of the companion volume to The Out-of-Sync Child includes new activities that parents of kids with Sensory Processing Disorder can do at home with their child, along with updated information on which activities are most appropriate for children with coexisting conditions such as Asperger's, autism, and more. The Resilient Family: Living With Your Child's Illness or Disability (192 pages) By Paul W. Power and Arthur E. Dell, Ph.D. Product Description The Resilient Family: Living With Your Child's Illness Or Disability by rehabilitation counseling experts Paul W. Power & Arthur Dell Orto, is a practical, "reader friendly" instructional guide for families in crisis, addressing immediate and long-term problems, including the means to work with and overcome them. The Resilient Family expertly and accessibly addresses such issues as how to handle stress, the process of working with professionals, successful means of coping with crises, and more. The Resilient Family is a general yet highly useful resource for balancing both emotional and physical difficulties and especially recommended reading for families having children with long-term special needs. The Silent Garden: Raising Your Deaf Child (313 pages) By Paul Ogden Product Description The Silent Garden: Raising Your Deaf Child presents parents of deaf children with crucial information on the greater possibilities afforded deaf children today. The Silent Garden helps parents to overcome their initial, natural sense of shock of learning that their child is deaf. It explains the broad range of hearing loss types, from minor to profound. Parents also are helped in their considerations as to what type of school their child should attend and what kinds of professional help will be best for the entire family.
The Special Educator's Comprehensive Guide to 301 Diagnostic Tests (504 pages) By Roger Pierangelo, Ph.D. and George Giuliani, J.D., Psy.D. Product Description This important resource is an update of the best-selling book The Special Educator's Resource Guide to 109 Diagnostic Tests. The greatly expanded second edition contains 301 new and enhanced tests, which are vital to understanding assessment in special education. Designed as an easy-to-use, handson resource, the book is filled with practical tools, information, and suggestions. Step-by-step, this practical guide explores the various stages of evaluation, interpretation, diagnosis, prescription, and remediation. The Survival Guide for Kids with ADD or ADHD (128 pages) By John F. Taylor, Ph.D. Product Description What are ADD and ADHD? What does it mean to have ADD and ADHD? How can kids diagnosed with ADD and ADHD help themselves succeed in school, get along better at home, and form healthy, enjoyable relationships with peers? In kid-friendly language and a format that welcomes reluctant and easily distracted readers, Free Spirit's newest survival guide helps kids know they're not alone and offers practical strategies for taking care of oneself, modifying behavior, enjoying school, having fun, and dealing (when needed) with doctors, counselors, and medication. Includes real-life scenarios, quizzes, and a special message for parents. The Ultimate Gift (160 pages) By Jim Stovall Product Description Red Stevens has died, and the older members of his family receive their millions with greedy anticipation. But a different fate awaits young Jason, whom Stevens, his great-uncle, believes may be the last vestige of hope in the family. Young and old will take this timeless tale to heart.
The Way I See It: A Personal Look at Autism and Asperger's (260 pages) By Temple Grandin Product Description In this innovative book, Dr. Temple Grandin gets down to the REAL issues of autism, the ones parents, teachers, and individuals on the spectrum face every day. Temple offers helpful do's and don'ts, practical strategies, and try-it-now tips, all based on her "insider" perspective and a great deal of research. Thinking In Pictures: and Other Reports from My Life with Autism (240 pages) By Temple Grandin Product Description In this unprecedented book, Grandin writes from the dual perspectives of a scientist and an autistic person. She tells us how she managed to breach the boundaries of autism to function in the outside world. What emerges is the document of an extraordinary human being, one who gracefully bridges the gulf between her condition and our own while shedding light on our common identity. Tic Talk: Living with Tourette Syndrome: A 9-Year-Old Boy's Story in His Own Words (50 pages) By Dylan Peters Product Description Dylan Peters has lived with Tourette Syndrome more than half of his young life. Only four years old when he was first diagnosed with TS, Dylan is now nine and ready to enter the fourth grade. What he's learned about tolerance and acceptance during those five years, most of us fail to learn in an entire lifetime. In his own words--often humorous, always insightful--Dylan helps others, young and old, understand Tourette Syndrome and the enormous pressures this little, mysterious affliction places on those who have it and on those who love them
Transition Assessment: Planning Transition and IEP Development for Youth with Mild to Moderate Disabilities (320 pages) By Robert J. Miller, Richard C. Lombard, and Stephanie A. Corbey Product Description Extremely practical and comprehensive, this new text demonstrates how to use transition assessment information to plan and design IEP goals and objectives. Theory, practice and application are tied together to develop the readers knowledge and skill in transition assessment. As such, the reader is provided with what to assess as well as how to assess. Finally, the book is structured to allow the reader to practice and demonstrate their understanding of transition assessment. Transition Planning For Students With Disabilities: What Educators and Service Providers Can Do (199 pages) By Jeffrey P. Bakken and Festus E. Obiakor Product Description This book focuses on all aspects of that transition planning from school to post-school levels. The text provides the reader with a foundation of transition services and a historical overview of models and practices and offers a critical look at transition with students from culturally and ethnically diverse backgrounds. In addition, it presents an in-depth look at assistive technology to assist students in fully participating in the planning for their future and also describes the process for planning and the importance of family collaboration. It offers an extensive discussion of career development and the importance of work experiences and also reviews key social skills and leisure options. Understanding Nonverbal Learning Disabilities: A Common-Sense Guide for Parents and Professionals (JKP Essentials Series) (176 pages) By Maggie Mamen Product Description This easy-to-read guide offers a complete overview of Nonverbal Learning Disabilities (NLDs) and the wide variety of symptoms that different types of NLDs present. Maggie Mamen enables readers to select the most relevant strategies for coping with and managing their particular symptoms. She provides a wealth of practical advice on key skills such as developing written and verbal communication, understanding social clues, managing behavior, self-regulation and improving organization. She also covers relevant teaching methods for the classroom.
Understanding Sensory Dysfunction: Learning, Development and Sensory Dysfunction in Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, Learning Disabilities and Bipolar Disorder (176 pages) By Liz McKendry Anderson and Polly Godwin Emmons Product Description Understanding Sensory Dysfunction is a clear and comprehensive resource to identifying and addressing sensory dysfunction in children, using a range of practical strategies to help them reach their full potential at home, at school and in the community. The authors explain the causes, contributing factors, symptoms and associated behaviors of sensory dysfunction, particularly when found in conditions such as autism spectrum disorders (ASDs), ADHD and bipolar disorder. Understanding the Mind of Your Bipolar Child: The Complete Guide to the Development, Treatment, and Parenting of Children with Bipolar Disorder (384 pages) By Gregory T. Lombardo Product Description Help and hope for parents of children who suffer from this prevalent and puzzling disorder. Bipolar disorder has an impact not only on children's mood and behavior but on the way they experience the world, and consequently on the way they think. The intensity with which a bipolar child perceives things can be the source of creativity and talent, but it can also be a source of confusion and disorganization. If parents can understand the effects of bipolar disorder on their child, they can help him or her to better navigate school, friendships, and family relationships. Unequal Justice?: What Can Happen When People With Retardation or Other Developmental Disabilities Encounter the Criminal Justice System (122 pages) By Robert Perske Product Description Presenting actual crime issues and cases, Perske casts fresh light on all the ways these persons can be misunderstood by criminal justice officials. This book is a must read for these who work with or care about persons with disabilities. Incidents demonstrate how people with retardation and similar disabilities - whether they are guilty or innocent of - can often be shockingly defenseless when questioned under pressure in America's criminal justice system.
The Unwritten Rules of Social Relationships: Decoding Social Mysteries Through the Unique Perspectives of Autism (383 pages) By Temple Grandin and Sean Barron Product Description Born with autism, both authors now famously live successful social lives. But their paths were very different. Temple's logical mind controlled her social behavior. She interacted with many adults and other children, experiencing varied social situations. Logic informed her decision to obey social rules and avoid unpleasant consequences. Sean's emotions controlled his social behavior. Baffled by social rules, isolated and friendless, he made up his own, and applied them to others. When they inevitably broke his rules, he felt worthless and unloved. Both Temple and Sean ultimately came to terms with the social world and found their places in it What Every Teacher Should Know About: Transition and IDEA 2004 (128 pages) By Carol A. Kochhar-Bryant and Stan Shaw Product Description This brief book advances a new vision of transition as a unifying framework for post-secondary planning for youth. Using side-by-side frameworks, it explains the connections between transition services and standards-based education, as well as the connections between IDEA 2004 and the No Child Left Behind Act. The book provides an introduction to the new Summary of Performance (SOP) that is required by every school district for all youth with disabilities who have IEPs, and presents a first of its kind template for a nationally ratified SOP available to state and local educational agencies. What to Do When You Worry Too Much: A Kid's Guide to Overcoming Anxiety (80 pages) By Dawn Huebner Product Description Guides children and parents through the cognitive-behavioral techniques most often used in the treatment of anxiety. This interactive self-help book is the complete resource for educating, motivating, and empowering kids to overcome their overgrown worries.
What to Do When You're Scared and Worried: A Guide for Kids (128 pages) By James J. Crist Product Description From a dread of spiders to panic attacks, kids have worries and fears, just like adults. This is a book kids can turn to when they need advice, reassurance, and ideas. They'll find out where fears and worries come from, practice Fear Chasers and Worry Erasers, and learn to seek help for hard-to-handle fears they can't manage on their own. What to Do When Your Brain Gets Stuck: A Kid's Guide to Overcoming OCD (95 pages) By Dawn Huebner Product Description What To Do When Your Brain Gets Stuck guides children and their parents through the cognitivebehavioral techniques used to treat Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Revealing OCD in a whole new light, this interactive self-help book turns kids into super-sleuths who can recognize OCD's tricks. Engaging examples, activities, and step-by-step instructions help children master the skills needed to break free from the sticky thoughts and urges of OCD, and live happier lives. This is the complete resource for educating, motivating, and empowering children to work toward change. What's Wrong with Timmy? (48 pages) By Maria Shriver Product Description What is the response when a child points out that a disabled child or adult looks 'different'? Shriver tells the story of Kate, who finds that making friends with a mentally retarded boy helps her learn that the two of them have a lot in common.
When My Worries Get Too Big! A Relaxation Book for Children Who Live with Anxiety (44 pages) By Kari Dunn Buron Product Description The thought of losing control can cause major problems for children who live with anxiety. Now, parents, teachers and children have a helpful tool that gives young children an opportunity to explore their own feelings with parents or teachers as they react to events in their daily lives. Engaging and easy to read, this illustrated children s book is filled with opportunities for children to participate in developing their own self-calming strategies. Why Do You Do That?: A Book About Tourette Syndrome for Children and Young People (96 pages) By Uttom Chowdhury and Mary M. Robertson Product Description Written specifically for siblings of children with Tourette Syndrome (TS), "Why Do You Do That?" is an age-appropriate source of information for children and adolescents aged 8 to 16. Uttom Chowdhury and Mary Robertson describe tics and Tourette's in clear, child-friendly terms and provide a simple explanation of the biological causes. Other chapters focus on living with someone who has TS, associated features such as obsessive-compulsive disorder, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder and aggression, and what siblings can do to help. The authors also offer practical tips on how to deal with issues such as problems at school and bullying. This book will prove invaluable for brothers and sisters of children with TS, as well as parents and other family members. Why Johnny Doesn't Behave: Twenty Tips and Measurable BIPs (122 pages) By Barbara Bateman Product Description Authors Drs. Barbara Bateman and Annemieke Golly focus on twenty concrete tips to help you avoid behavioral problems, including: Making clear classroom expectations; directly teaching expectations; minimizing attention for minor inappropriate behaviors; and paying attention to behavior you want to encourage. The second section is dedicated to Functional Behavior Assessments (FBAs) and Behavioral Intervention Plans (BIPs), beginning with an explanation of each and ending with sample FBAs and BIPs so you can learn how to write your own.
Writing Measurable IEP Goals and Objectives (136 pages) By Barbara D. Bateman and Cynthia M. Herr Product Description A guide to quick and effective writing of accurate and measurable IEP goals and objectives. IEPs are necessary, required by law and when done properly can be extremely helpful in guiding the student's educational trajectory. This book, written by two of the foremost special educators and IEP legal experts is designed to bring you up to speed whether you're just entering the field or have worked in it for years. You Will Dream New Dreams: Inspiring Personal Stories by Parents of Children With Disabilities (278 pages) By Stanley D. Klein and Kim Schive Product Description You Will Dream New Dreams: Inspiring Personal Stories by Parents of Children with Disabilities includes pieces like "Hard Choices," on the painful decision to place a brain-damaged child in a group home, and "Getting to Know My Son," on a mother's struggle to accept and love a child with Down's syndrome. Compiled by clinical psychologist Stanley D. Klein and Kim Schive, a former editor of Exceptional Parent magazine, the book offers emotional support to disabled children's families and should help educators and health-care professionals better understand these parents' perspectives.

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