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Schools & Teaching
  • Author:
    Sue S. Spencer,Rebecca B. Evers
  • ISBN:
    0205543197
  • ISBN13:
    978-0205543199
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  • Publisher:
    Pearson; 1 edition (January 18, 2010)
  • Pages:
    384 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Schools & Teaching
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is Associate Professor of Special Education at Winthrop University.

is Associate Professor of Special Education at Winthrop University.

Rebecca B. Evers, Sue S. Spencer.

Personal Name: Evers, Rebecca B. Publication, Distribution, et. Upper Saddle River, . Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Personal Name: Spencer, Sue S. Rubrics: Learning disabled children Education United States Problem children Curriculum planning Remedial teaching.

Planning Effective Instruction for Students with Learning and Behavior Problems. More by Rebecca B. Evers. Working With Students With Disabilities in Settings (Pro-ed Series on Transition). Rebecca B. Evers, Nick Elksnin.

Planning Effective Instruction for Students with Learning and Behavior Problems. by Sue S. Spencer and Rebecca B.

Published 2011 by Prentice Hall in Boston. Education, Remedial teaching, Learning disabled children, Problem children, Curriculum planning.

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Positive behavior supports (Carr, 2007; Crimmins, Farrell, Smith, & Bailey, 2007; Durand & Hieneman, 2008) are an integral component of the ASD Nest program. The needs of students with ASD who are in inclusive settings are often not planned for or met appropriately, resulting in continuing problems and movement to increasingly restrictive environments or private placements. Download PDF book format. Learning disabled children Education United States Problem children Curriculum planning Remedial teaching. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. Planning effective instruction for students with learning and behavior problems Rebecca B. Download now Planning effective instruction for students with learning and behavior problems Rebecca B. Download DOC book format.

3 Definitions Problem Behavior Classified as: Externalizing: directed outward, toward the social environment, easily .

3 Definitions Problem Behavior Classified as: Externalizing: directed outward, toward the social environment, easily observable Internalizing: directed inward, toward the individual, not easily observable (Achenbach, 1982, 1991). 15 Participants Student Male 3rd grade Hispanic 2 parent home Learning disability Low SES Peer Male 3rd grade Pacific Islander 2 parent (foster) No disability Low SES Comparison Group 21 students 3rd grade 7 classrooms 3 schools.

Written for the pre-service teacher and practitioner, this new book is devoted to teaching you how to utilize the principles of universal design for learning, metacognitive and cognitive strategies, and project-based learning to identify potential barriers to learning and show how to simplify instructional decision-making in order to boost confidence and skill at delivering effective instruction to all students. Ultimately what emerges is more than just a new book, but a resource and guide for to use everyday on the job, as you work toward deepening your understanding of how individuals learn, how and why learning occurs or does not occur, and how both students and teachers can utilize research-based methods to facilitate the learning process.

The authors are right to include a core summary of theoretical, conceptual, psychological, methodological, and instructional issues associated with the often-complex task of teaching students with diverse learning needs in inclusive settings. They further identify metacognitive ability as the learner characteristic most commonly associated with student success and/or failure, additional lists and charts of student characteristics and educational implications by area of exceptionality, learner characteristics by groups, and a comparison of typical academic and social-emotional classroom demands, noting problems common across groups that may place individual students at-risk for academic failure. There are even special chapters on using the aforementioned to teach the basic skills of reading, writing, and mathematics.

More than the typical resource on students with disabilities and exceptional needs, Planning Effective Instruction for Students with Learning and Behavior Problems serves as an ongoing reference for pre-service teachers and practitioners interested in improving their ability to deliver effective instruction to all students with and without disabilities in general and special education settings.


Falya
Got the wrong item and had to go through the ridiculous return process which ticked me off because I needed it for class. And it took a few weeks to get my money back but finally did so all was well. I was leery in the first place because this was the first edition just printed in 2010 and it was a wonder that it was even available online and at $50 cheaper than in my school's bookstore. So it was probably a scam or wrong listing from the beginning and I take partial blame for taking a risky chance.
Gaxaisvem
Excellent.