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ISBN:0313333777
Author: Diane Schwartz
ISBN13: 978-0313333774
Title: Including Children with Special Needs: A Handbook for Educators and Parents (Handbooks for Educators and Parents)
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Language: English
Category: Education
Publisher: Greenwood (August 30, 2005)
Pages: 356

Including Children with Special Needs: A Handbook for Educators and Parents (Handbooks for Educators and Parents) by Diane Schwartz



This handbook will help to guide educators, parents, and librarians by assisting them in the selection and evaluation of print and media resources. The first chapter explains the need to understand the complex relationship between gender and literacy.

Sexual bullying, homophobic bullying, and special needs and bullying are some areas discussed. rovides an exploration of the bullying within public schools. It offers insights into the immediate and long-term impact bullying can have on the lives of students, their families, and their teachers. He is the author of over 70 articles and book chapters on bullying and homophobia in schools. Neil Duncan is senior lecturer in education at the University of Wolverhampton in the United Kingdom. He is the author of Sexual Bullying (1999), considered by practitioners and academics alike to be one of the most significant texts on the nature and expression of verbal bullying among boys and girls.

Working together : a handbook for parents of children with special needs in school. 1. Special education-Parent participation- Manitoba-Handbooks, manuals, etc. 2. Children with s, manuals, etc. I. Manitoba. Manitoba Education, Citizenship and Youth. In Manitoba, we are committed to the following philosophy of inclusion as our guiding principle

Addressing the issue from three perspectives: the student, the teacher, and also the parent or family member, this work provides background information, advice and resources about the causes and nature of school bullying along with strategies to address the behavior successfully.

Series Statement: Handbooks for educators and parents, 1554-6039. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index

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A handbook for parents of children who are gifted and talented. Inside you’ll find practical information about:, Signs of giftedness, Assessment and identification of giftedness, Making the most of the school experience, How giftedness can affect family experiences, Community opportunities and support, Coping with underachievement, perfectionism, heightened. It also complements The Learning Team: A Handbook for Parents of Children with Special Needs (2003).

This handbook is a practical guide for parents/families and a standard reference resource for educators and libraries. It also gives straightforward recommendations for evaluating curriculum and advocating for children in schools. An overview of the topic, in the first part, provides a framework for understanding the topic in terms.

Designed to meet the needs of parents and general educators, this work is based on the many questions heard from teachers, families, and school administrators who are working with special needs children in regular classrooms. A general section reviews the situation overall, including an explanation of the Individualized Education Plan (IEP), which serves as the blueprint for educating the special needs student. A second section is specifically for teachers, which includes information on instruction for linguistically and culturally diverse students. In addition, there are specific Tips for Teachers that provide practical advice. A third section is for parents and includes ways for families to advocate for their child. Tips for Parents provides practical information for working with children, teachers, and schools. This handbook gives a school or family the basics and more for successfully integrating a special needs child into all facets of school life.

In 1997 the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) was passed, which ensured that all children with special needs have a right to education in the least restrictive environment. Designed to meet the needs of parents and general educators, this work is based on the many questions heard by teachers, families and school administrators who are working with special needs children in regular classrooms. A general section reviews the situation overall including an explanation of the Individualized Education Plan (IEP), which is the blueprint for educating special needs students. A second section is specifically for teachers, which includes information and instruction for linguistically and culturally diverse students. Additionally. there are Tips for Teachers that provide practical advice. A third section for parents includes ways for families to advocate for their child. Tips for Parents includes practical ways to work with children, teachers, and schools. This handbook gives families and schools the basics and more for successfully integrating the special needs child into all facets of school life.