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Exceptional Children: An Introduction to Special Education (with MyEducationLab) (9th Edition)
by:William L. Heward
William L. Heward provides an innovative resource to university and college students for purchase or rental in his textbook Exceptional Children: An Introduction to Special Education (with MyEducationLab) (9th Edition), ISBN 9780135035290. A major component of this book is that of the innovative and interactive tool found within MyEducationLab. As...
William L. Heward provides an innovative resource to university and college students for purchase or rental in his textbook Exceptional Children: An Introduction to Special Education (with MyEducationLab) (9th Edition), ISBN 9780135035290. A major component of this book is that of the innovative and interactive tool found within MyEducationLab. As students utilize the textbook they will notice MyEducationLab logos within the margins or text which lead them to a myriad of online resources including effective assignments and tools which integrate real-life teaching situations. These tools include videos, strategies, cases, and artifacts linked to assignments, activities, and learning units, all accessible through MyEducationLab. Another effective resources offered through this online tool includes practice tests which can be taken for each chapter. After completing the practice tests, a study plan is generated that is tailored to student's specific needs and that links the student to text excerpts, activities with feedback, as well as videos and other media that can aid students mastering concepts covered in the text. William L. Heward does a phenomenal job of organizing the concepts of Exceptional Children: An Introduction to Special Education (with MyEducationLab) (9th Edition) across three sections and 15 chapters. Part I introduces students to the 'Foundations for Understanding Special Education' with discussions on topics such as laws governing the education of exceptional children, defining special education, planning and providing special education services, as well as parent involvement. Part II investigates the 'Educational Needs of Exceptional Students' by presenting students with information on various disabilities including intellectual, learning, emotional or behavioral, autism, communication, deafness and hard of hearing, blindness and low vision, as well as physical and health impairments. This section also delves into students noted as gifted and talented. Part III concludes this book with chapters devoted 'Special Education Across the Lifespan' and investigates early childhood special education as well as transitioning to adulthood.
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