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by Thomas N Fairchild

eBook Counseling exceptional children: The teacher's role (Mainstreaming series) epub
  • ISBN: 089384022X
  • Author: Thomas N Fairchild
  • Genre: No category
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Learning Concepts (1977)
  • ePUB size: 1827 kb
  • FB2 size 1631 kb
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Series: Mainstreaming series. Unknown Binding: 128 pages. Publisher: Learning Concepts (1976). ISBN-13: 978-0893840105. Back to top. Get to Know Us. Careers.

Counseling Exceptional Children : The Teacher's Role. by Thomas N. Fairchild. More by Thomas N. Mainstreaming children with learning disabilities (Mainstreaming series). Thomas N. Fairchild, Ferris O Henson. Mainstreaming Exceptional Children. Mainstreaming the mentally retarded child (Mainstreaming series). Managing the hyperactive child in the classroom.

The exceptional child is defined as "that child who deviates from the .

The present article therefore investigated teachers' and students' perceptions of math ept and two aspects of self-regulated learning (preactional and actional strategies), using a sample of 73 teachers and their fifth-grade students (N 1289).

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This concept of "mainstreaming" exceptional children has received considerable support from within and outside the educational community. Although self-contained special classes will always be a meaningful alternative for some children, the personal and educational needs of many exceptional children can better be served in the regular class program with the supportive services of ancillary personnel and/or resource room help. The books in the SERIES are categorized-not the children.

Presentation on theme: "Chapter 7 Counseling with Exceptional Children. 6 Culture and Special Education  Federal law prohibits disproportionate representation of exceptional children by race and ethnicity  Despite these laws, African American, American Indian, and Latino students are over-represented in special education  There are numerous causes for culture inequities  Prevention of inequalities: pre-service teacher training, culturally sensitive screening, culture fair identification and assessment measures: early, effective educational supports; involvement of family.

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Evaluation methods, Mainstreaming, Focus on Exceptional Children. Children start elementary school with variable mathematics skills. The Role of Assessment in Qualifying Students as Eligible for Special Education: What Is and What's Supposed To Be. ABSTRACT. The Efficacy of Special Education Interventions and Practices: A Compendium of Meta-Analysis Findings.

Teachers who wish to use cooperative learning effectively will wish to base their classroom practices on. Terwel J. (eds) The Teacher’s Role in Implementing Cooperative Learning in the Classroom.

Terwel J. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, vol 8. Springer, Boston, MA.

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