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Educating exceptional children

Author: Karen L Freiberg
Publisher: Guilford, Conn. : Dushkin Publishing Group, 1990.
Series: Annual editions.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 5th editionView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Karen L Freiberg
ISBN: 0879678240 9780879678241
OCLC Number: 21369045
Description: 241 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Contents: 1. The necessary restructuring of special and regular education / Maynard C. Reynolds --
2. The regular education initiative debate: its promises and problems / William E. Davis --
3. A social observation checklist for preschoolers / Ruth Johnson and Colleen Mandell --
4. The individualized family service plan and the early intervention team: team and family issues and recommended practices / Mary J. McGonigel and Corinne W. Garland --
5. Parent participation by ethnicity: a comparison of Hispanic, Black, and Anglo families / Eleanor W. Lynch and Robert C. Stein --
6. Special class placements as labels: effects on children's attitudes toward learning handicapped peers / John J. Bak, Edith M. Cooper, Kathryn M. Dobroth, and Gary N. Siperstein --
7. Promoting handicap awareness in preschool children / Dale Baum and Carol Wells --
8. Classwide peer tutoring with mildly handicapped high school students / Larry Maheady, M. Katherine Sacca, and Gregory F. Harper ---
9. Educating students with severe disabilities / Susan Stainback and William Stainback --
10. Learning disabilities: a new horizon of perception / Evelyn B. Kelly --
11. The learning disabled preschool child / Samuel A. Kirk --
12. The masks students wear / Sally L. Smith --
13. Teaching organizational skills to students with learning disabilities / John M. Shields and Timothy E. Heron --
14. Helping disabled readers in the regular classroom / Michael P. Ford and Marilyn M. Ohlhausen --
15. Learning disabled students make the transition / Debra A. Neubert and Jennifer Foster --
16. Changes in Mild Mental Retardation: Population, Programs, and Perspectives / Edward A. Polloway and J. David Smith --
17. Special Talents / Carol Turkington --
18. Autism: The Child Within / Mary B. Jones --
19. Using task Variation to Motivate Handicapped Students / Lee Kern Dunlap and Glen Dunlap --
20. Increasing Independence Through Community Learning / Suzanne B. Wiggins and Michael M. Behrmann --
21. Sexuality and Students With Mental Retardation / Sandra McClennen --
22. Our Most Neglected Natural Resource / Harold C. Lyon --
23. Meeting the Needs of Gifted Preschoolers / Ann E. Lupkowski and Elizabeth A. Lupkowski --
24. Training for Staff, Parents, and Volunteers Working with Gifted young Children, Especially Those With Disabilities and From Low-Income Homes / Merle B. Karnes and Lawrence J. Johnson --
25. Gifted/Learning Disabled Students: Their Potential May Be Buried Treasure / Marcia Peterson Weill --
26. Creative Underachievers: Marching to the Beat of a Different Drummer / Sylvia B. Rimm --
27. Educator Perceptions of Behavior Problems of Mainstreamed Students / N. Jo Campbell, Judith E. Dobson, and Jane M. Bost --
28. Suicide and Depression: Special Education's Responsibility / Elanor Guetzloe --
29. Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Severely Emotionally Disturbed Minority Children and Adolescents: A National Perspective / Judith Katz-Leavy, Ira S. Lourie, and Roxane Kaufmann --
30. Human Rights Review of Intrusive Behavioral Treatments for Students with Severe Handicaps / George S. Singer and Larry K. Irvin --
31. Principles for a System of Care / Beth A. Stroul and Robert M. Friedman --
32. See Me, Help Me, / Edward G. Carr and V. Mark Durand --
33. Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Children / Bruce A. Ramirez --
34. Some Ways to Help the Language-Deficient Child in the Classroom / Thelma Zirkelbach and Kathryn Blakesley --
35. A Model for Training and Using Communication Assistants / Beatrice C. Jimenez and Dee Ann Iseyama --
36. Functional Aphonia in the Child and Adolescent: Therapeutic Management / Sharon L. Murray, Mary E. Carr, and Virginia Jabobs
Series Title: Annual editions.
Responsibility: editor, Karen L. Freiberg.

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