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This book explains almost all disabilities on an introductory level. This book is a great asset to anyone who is interested in children with special needs. I shop for books for school and for my personal self. There is always a great deal. It has great information and strategies on how to work with each of these students that will not only benefit them, but all the children in your classroom. There are biographies of teachers working in the field with their personal take on working with exceptional children and articles on current trends or hot topics for each disability.
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A Special Educator in Every Way. About the Authors William L. Heward . Heward, E. BCBA-D, is Professor Emeritus in the College of Edu- cation and Human Ecology at The Ohio State University, where he helped train special education teachers for 30 years. A F oc u s on Exceptional TeachersThe story of special education is written every day by teachers serving the needs ofe xceptional children in a variety of settings.
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Recent publications include Applied Behavior Analysis (3rd e. 2020, with John Cooper & Timothy Heron), Exceptional Children: An Introduction to Special Education (11th e. 2017, with Sheila Alber-Morgan & Moira Konrad), Sign Here: A Contracting Book for Children and Their Parents (2016, with Jill Dardig), and How to Improve Student Learning in Every Classroom Now (2018, with Janet Twyman). William L. Heward is Professor Emeritus in the College of Education and Human Ecology at The Ohio State University. Exceptional children : an introductory survey of special education /.
William L. Heward, Professor Emeritus, The Ohio State University . The book is for those teachers who will be professionals in the area of special education or those who are working with students that have exceptionalities. Strengths in all chapters include the focus questions, content, teaching and learning sections, and summary at the end of each chapter. In an introductory text, it is difficult to include too many instructional strategies, but Heward has chosen some of the best and energizing strategies to stir the interest of novice special educators. Lee Sherry, University of North Carolina, Charlotte.
uses behavioral principles such as positive reinforcement to teach children skills in a planned, systematic manner. Introduction to Education Chapter 4. 24 terms. provides scientific approach to designing, conducting, and evaluating instruction based on empirically verified principles describing functional relationships between events in the environment and behavior change. Asperger Syndrome (AS). teller16092 Chapter 8 Exceptional Children Terms. Introduction to special education final exam study guide.
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