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Integration strategies for students with handicaps

Author: Robert Gaylord-Ross
Publisher: Baltimore : P.H. Brookes, ©1989.
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" ... This book, the first integration text focusing on teaching strategies, describes pupils, settings, materials, procedures, evaluation, design, and practical techniques for successfully integrating individuals with handicaps into school, work, and community settings. Special features of this valuable text include study questions for each chapter, illustrative case studies, educational models and specific  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Gaylord-Ross
ISBN: 1557660107 9781557660107
OCLC Number: 19130181
Description: x, 360 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction / Robert Gaylord-Ross --
Part I. Strategies for specific disabilities --
Moving forward with school integration : strategies for involving students with severe handicaps in the life of the school / Alison Ford and Linda Davern --
Students with learning handicaps / Donald H. Doorlag --
Students with physical disabilities / Philippa H. Campbell --
Maximizing social integration for students with visual handicaps / Sharon Zell Sacks and Maureen P. Reardon --
Integrating students with deafness into mainstream public education / John W. Reiman and Michael Bullis --
Integrating students with challenging behaviors / Joy Casey-Black and Peter Knoblock --
Students with handicaps who have cultural and language differences / Maximino Plata and Philip C. Chinn --
Part II. Innovative techinques in integration --
Integration options for the very young child / Marci J. Hanson and Mary Frances Hanline --
Vocational integration for persons with handicaps / Robert Gaylord-Ross --
Social skills training as an integration strategy / Michael P. Brady and Mary A. McEvoy --
Cooperative learning and mainstreaming / Daid W. Johnson and Roger T. Johnson --
Microcomputers and new technologies / Peggy B. Wilson, Vicki R. Casella, William C. Wilson --
Part III. The ecology of service delivery --
An ecological process model for implementing the least restrictive environment mandate in early childhood programs / Charles A. Peck [and others] --
Administrative strategies for integration / William C. Wilson --
Community living and the education of students with severe disabilities / Steven J. Taylor and James A. Knoll --
Integration strategies for parents of students with handicaps / Addie Comegys.
Responsibility: edited by Robert Gaylord-Ross.

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" ... This book, the first integration text focusing on teaching strategies, describes pupils, settings, materials, procedures, evaluation, design, and practical techniques for successfully integrating individuals with handicaps into school, work, and community settings. Special features of this valuable text include study questions for each chapter, illustrative case studies, educational models and specific strategies, integration tools for preschool education through vocational training, individual coverage of specific disabilities, exploration of the controversial regular education initiative (REI) movement, new roles for computers and technology in special education, and a parent's perspective on integration."

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