|Author:||Bill R. Gearheart|
|Title:||APPLICATION OF PUPIL ASSESSMENT INFORMATION FOR THE SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER.Second edition|
|Format:||rtf docx lit mbr|
|ePUB size:||1770 kb|
|FB2 size:||1290 kb|
|DJVU size:||1201 kb|
|Category:||Schools and Teaching|
|Publisher:||Love Publishing Company; 2nd edition (1974)|
Topics Examinations, Slow learning children, Education, Special, Psychological Tests, Examens, Élèves à apprentissage lent. Ocr ABBYY FineReader . Openlibrary work OL3527070W.
by Bill R. Gearheart. Published 1971 by Love Pub. Co. in Denver About the Book. Bibliography: p. 87-89.
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The Exceptional Student in the Regular Classroom by. Bill R. Gearheart, Carol J. Teaching The Learning Disabled: A Combined Task Process Approach.
A special education teacher is someone who works with children and youths who have a variety of disabilities. Children with special needs require unique instruction by specially trained professionals to help them achieve their highest potential and strive to progress beyond their limitations. Special education teachers are patient, understanding educators dedicated to giving each individual student the tools and guidance needed to help them maximize success. A small number of special education teachers work with students with severe cognitive, emotional, or physical disabilities . Would you make a good special education teacher? CareerExplorer's free assessment reveals how compatible you are with a career across 5 dimensions! 80% Match? Take the free career test. What is the workplace of a Special Education Teacher like?
Cathleen G. Spinelli is a professor and chair in the Special Education Department at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where she teaches undergraduate and graduate classes in assessment and teaching techniques. She has extensive experience working in the public school system, evaluating students from preschoolers to adults, as a certified school psychologist and educational diagnostician. She has enjoyed her years as both a special education teacher and a school administrator in the public school system. This text has a lot of information, but can be skimmed through to find specific information. I will use this text in the future.
Assessment in special education is a process that involves collecting information about a student for the purpose of making decisions. Assessment, also known as evaluation, can be seen as a problem-solving process (Swanson & Watson, 1989) that involves many ways of collecting information about the student.
Identification and Assessment. Bill has served as a Senior Fulbright Lecturer in Special Education in Portugal and Visiting Professor of Psychology at Keio University in Tokyo. Among the many honors he has received are Ohio State University’s highest recognition of teaching excellence, the Alumni Association’s Distinguished Teaching Award, and the American Psychological Association’s Division 25 Fred S. Keller Behavioral Education Award for lifetime achievements in education. Bill has also written for the popular market. His book Some Are Called Clowns (Crowell, 1974) chronicled his five summers as a pitcher for the Indianapolis Clowns, the last of the barnstorming baseball teams.