Teaching Exceptional Children

Author: Mojdeh Bayat
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317623851
Format: PDF, Docs
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Teaching Exceptional Children is an ideal textbook for introductory graduate and undergraduate courses on early childhood special education and teaching in inclusive classrooms. Bayat’s clear and accessible writing, a visually appealing design, and focused pedagogy in each chapter help make it possible to cover a significant amount of material. This powerful text identifies specific behavioral characteristics and presents theoretical information grounded in neuroscience and child development research for a wide range of disabilities. Research-based best practices for effectively working with children with various disabilities in inclusive classrooms are provided in each chapter. The second edition has been fully updated based on the DSM-5, and includes new sections on contemporary issues in inclusion of children with disabilities in early childhood classrooms, such as challenging behaviors, using technology, at-risk children, promoting mental health, and family issues. A robust pedagogical program, along with online resources for instructors and students, provides full support. Chapter Objectives and Key Terms help frame each chapter. Discussion, Critical Thinking, Essay, Short Answer, and Review Questions throughout each chapter prompt students to fully engage with the material. Homework/Field Assignments provide opportunities for students to apply their knowledge to real-world situations. Real-Life Vignettes illustrate concepts in action. Color Photos, Figures, and Tables clarify concepts in a visually engaging way. Recommended Resources and References offer guidance for further study. www.routledge.com/cw/bayat provides additional resources for students and instructors to support learning and teaching.

Methods Of Teaching Exceptional Children

Author: J.Madhu Bala
Publisher: Discovery Publishing House
ISBN: 9788171418022
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Teacher education is quantitatively marching ahead towards quality education. The central and state governments through the NCTE and the Directorates of School/Higher Education are rendering their legitimate service in improving the quality of teacher education by formulating and implementing various academic policies and educational programmes. Along with these policies and programmes, the teacher educators and the prospective teachers teaching and studying in teacher education institutions need good curriculum and quality books. Contents: Introduction, Basic Issues, Fundamental Elements, The Disadvantaged, Mentally Disabled Children, Socially Backward Children, Slow Learning, Specific Provisions, New Experiments, Integrated Streams, Training the Teachers, Talented Children, Research Work, Assessment of Research, Official Policies, Programme of Action, Young Criminals, Conclusion.

Teaching Exceptional Children and Adolescents

Author: Nancy Lynn Hutchinson
Publisher: Prentice Hall, c2004 [i.e. 2003]
ISBN: 9780131216679
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Appropriate for courses in Teaching Educational Learners, The Psychology of Exceptional Children, Mainstreaming, Inclusion, and Inclusive Education at colleges and universities. Teaching Exceptional Children and Adolescents: A Canadian Casebook, Second Edition, brings to teacher education challenging dilemmas based on the experiences of beginning and experienced teachers in Canadian classrooms. Twenty-two cases focus on teaching exceptional learners in inclusive classrooms in elementary and secondary schools. These Dilemma cases pose challenging, realistic situations without obvious right answers. Teacher candidates are stimulated to think like teachers. For candidates without practicum experience, case discussions serve as preparation to meet these challenges in a classroom. Issues of equity, cultural diversity, and child abuse arise in some cases.

Teaching Exceptional Children in All America s Schools

Author: Maynard Clinton Reynolds
Publisher:
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The introductory text focuses on special education in the mainstream with two major themes: (1) the central and joint responsibility of teacher, parent, and principal; and (2) the primary need to limit the occurrence and magnitude of educational problems in handicapped children. The book's approach includes emphasizing processes that blend special and regular education, highlighting the teamwork concept, relating assessment directly to program planning, using findings from research studies or operating programs to support significant points, contrasting prevaling versus preferred practices, noting educational and financial cost/benefit information, and maintaining an international perspective through comprehensive information on both Canada and the United States plus illustrative references from other countries. Individual chapters have the following titles: "Psychoeducational and Historical Foundations;""Socio-Legal and Organizational Foundations;""Assessment:""Parent-Teacher Instructional Planning;""Slowed Cognitive Development;""Advanced Cognitive Development;""Learning Disabilities;""Emotional Disturbance;""Physical and Health Impairments;""Speech and Language Impairments;""Hearing Impairments;""Visual Impairments;" and "Severe/Profound Impairments." (DB)