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The Art in All of Us By Montana Special Education Art Showcase
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This book showcases 90+ pieces created by Montana students in Special Education at six different high schools around the state. From sketches to poems to photography, these young artists strive to... More > make their stories known through creative expression. All profits from the sale of this book will be donated back to the Special Ed departments at the participating schools to provide resources for further artistic ventures. Purchase a copy and support Special Education in Montana!< Less
special education By jennifer Reed
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Special Education By T. Manichander
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The human body is composed of number of organ system. Damage in any one of them may give rise to problem in receiving education and undertaking of social activities, and then the person / child... More > treated as special child / person. The special child can be defined by the accumulation of the resultant effect of Impairment, Disability and Handicap. Now, having a physical disability or impairment, especially one that limits mobility is known as physically challenged children. Special Education is that component of education which employs special instructional methodology (Remedial Instruction), instructional materials, learning-teaching aids and equipment to meet educational needs of children with specific learning disabilities. Remedial instruction or Remediation aims at improving a skill or ability in a student. Techniques for remedial instruction may include providing more practice or more explanation, repeating information, and devoting more time to working on the skill.< Less
Special By Di Gaon
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A story about what learning truly means. Six students, all in the special education program at Spiro Agnew Middle School, prove that their differences can help them even though they can sometimes... More > hinder them.< Less
Special Education in the State of Kuwait By FAwzi Aldoukhi
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This book descriping the special education school in Kuwait.
Special Education in the State of Kuwait By FAwzi Aldoukhi
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This book descriping the special education school in Kuwait.
Assessment in Special Education By Margaret Werts
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This text is designed to accompany SPE 3374: Assessment in Special Education, a course for undergraduates in a licensure program. The book contains lecture notes, outlines, fundamental assessment... More > principles, standards for ethical behavior, formats for reports, several case studies, exercises, and other material for class. In addition, there is a section on disability categories and legal cases.< Less
Assessment in Special Education By Margaret Werts
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A manual to accompany a course in assesment for preservice teachers. The volume contains information about assessment, reading manuals, practice exercises in basic statistics, CBM and data decision... More > rules, and case studies.< Less
The Secret Guide to Special Education By Dawn Lucan
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The Special Education system is not an easy system to navigate for parents. There are so many different terms and things to consider on a daily basis. When things go wrong, it can become even more... More > confusing at best. Dawn Lucan, an educator with 19 years of experience, will share the secrets to Special Education with you.< Less
Memoirs from Special Education By Benjamin Archambault
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After a deadly crash, high-school student Sam Appleton awakens to find everyone treating him as if he has a mental handicap. Even though he didn‘t really have brain damage, he follows along and... More > quickly finds himself in a frightening and appalling place: the world of a mentally handicapped individual. Sam makes friends -- some from his special education class and others from the general population. But his work to unite his classmates is met with significant resistance from students and some parents. Benjamin Archambault writes beautiful characters and keeps things relevant and entertaining with this important work about social justice. This book has been used in college classrooms and read in private collections. It is appropriate for high school aged children through adult.< Less