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Exceptional Children: An Introduction to Special Education (9th Edition)
by:William L. Heward
Written especially for students taking up special education courses, Exceptional Children: An Introduction to Special Education (9th Edition) – ISBN 9780135144367 by William L. Heward is an innovative approach to this field. It is backed by a strong research base and offers step-by-step instructions for teaching children with unique learning requirements....
Written especially for students taking up special education courses, Exceptional Children: An Introduction to Special Education (9th Edition) – ISBN 9780135144367 by William L. Heward is an innovative approach to this field. It is backed by a strong research base and offers step-by-step instructions for teaching children with unique learning requirements. It discusses the foundations for understanding special education, the educational needs of exceptional students, and how special education evolves across the lifespan. The purpose and promise of special education, special education services, collaborating with parents and families in a culturally and linguistically diverse society, intellectual disabilities, learning disabilities, and emotional and behavioral disorders are covered in the book. Heward also focuses on autism spectrum disorders, communication disorders, deafness and hard of hearing, blindness and low vision, physical disabilities, health impairments, and ADHD, as well as low-incidence disabilities such as severe and multiple disabilities, deaf-blindness, and traumatic brain injury. Other topics in the textbook include giftedness and talent, early childhood special education, and transitioning to adulthood. Each chapter of the book features essays and tips written by master teachers that present realities, challenges, and the joy of teaching children with exceptionalities. Exceptional Children: An Introduction to Special Education (9th Edition) focuses on learning and teaching features that are supported by research and classroom-tested. The videos and online supplement are especially useful. The website offers exercises and homework as well as articles about current strategies in special education. To help prepare students for teacher certification, the appendix offers helpful materials for the Praxis II test and CEC-performance-based standards.
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