Evidence-Based Practices for Children with Special Needs and Disabilities
2014, XIX, 185 p. 5 illus., 4 illus. in color.
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Presents an integrated model of inclusive and special education based on scientifically sound theory and research
Offers strategies for implementing inclusive special education at the whole-school, classroom, and teacher levels
Focuses on international issues, providing examples from several countries
Features practical implications for psychologists, teachers, and other professionals who work in schools
Although much has been written about both special education and inclusive education, the two concepts and approaches have rarely been addressed within a single volume. Inclusive Special Education: Evidence-Based Practices for Children with Special Needs and Disabilities provides a unique synthesis, setting special education within the context of inclusive education. It posits that to include all children with special educational needs effectively in schools requires an integration of both concepts, approaches, and techniques.
Key topics featured in the book include:
• Effective teaching strategies for inclusive special education
• Teaching children with a wide range of special needs and disabilities
• Organization of schools for inclusive special education
• Skills for collaborating with professionals and parents
• Developing a comprehensive system of inclusive special education
Inclusive Special Education is essential reading for scientist-practitioners, researchers, and graduate students in school psychology and counseling, educational psychology, and social work who are concerned with identifying and implementing effective practices and guidelines for children with special needs.
Content Level »Professional/practitioner
Keywords »Academic achievement - Academic and functional curricula - Academic, social, and vocational goals - Childhood education - Children with behavioral problems - Children’s Plan, The - Consultation and collaboration - Curriculum strategies and special education - Educational competencies - Effective teaching strategies for special needs - Evidence-based educational research - Home visits - Home-school - IEPs in special education - Inclusive special education - Individualized education plans - Learning, behavioral, and sensory difficulties - NCLD - Parent-child interaction - Parent-school collaboration - Parent-teacher collaboration - Parental involvement in schools - Positive behavior supports - Positive youth development - RTI and special needs - Response to intervention and special needs - Schooling Strategy, The - Social behavior in schools - Students with learning disabilities
1. Inclusive Special Education: The Need for a New Theory.- 2. From Inclusion and Special Education to Inclusive Special Education.- 3. Teaching Children with a Wide Range of Special Needs and Disabilities.- 4. Effective Teaching Strategies for Inclusive Special Education.- 5. Organization of Schools for Inclusive Special Education.- 6. Working with Parents of Children in Inclusive Special Education.- 7. Skills for Collaborating with Professionals and Parents.- 8. Advanced Skills for Professional Practice in Inclusive Special Education.- 9. Developing a Comprehensive System of Inclusive Special Education.