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Deaf Epistemologies, Identity, and Learning : A Comparative Perspective. by De Clerck, Goedele A. M.;
Cover -- Title page -- Copyright page -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- 1. Deaf Flourishing: A Framework for Developing Deaf People's Identity and Empowerment -- 2. Contributing to an Era of Epistemological Equity: A Critique and an Alternative to the Practice of Science -- 3. Deaf Ways of Education Leading to Empowerment: An Exploratory Case Study -- 4. Translated Deaf People Moving toward Emancipation: A Case Study of International Deaf People at Gallaudet University -- 5. The Challenge of "Serious" Scholarship: A Case Study of the Cameroonian Deaf Community -- 6. Deaf Identity Revisited: 21st-Century Pathways of Nomadic Deaf Citizenship -- 7. Reflections of a Deaf Scholar: Toward an Anthropology of Deaf Flourishing -- 8. Nurturing Deaf Flourishing Sustainably in Times of Diversity -- References -- Index.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.; EDUCATION / Special Education / General.;
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Sign Language, Sustainable Development, and Equal Opportunities : Envisioning the Future for Deaf Students. by De Clerck, Goedele A. M.; Paul, Peter V.(DLC)1752894;
Cover -- Deaf Education Series -- Title page -- Copyright page -- Contents -- Foreword -- Chapter 1: Introduction: Sign Language, Sustainable Development, and Equal Opportunities -- Chapter 2: A Dialogue on the Multiple Facets of Sustainability -- Chapter 3: Deaf Children and Their Families: Sustainability, Sign Language, and Equality -- Chapter 4: Debating Futures in Flemish Deaf Parliament: Deaf Epistemologies, Participatory Citizinship, and Sustainable Development -- Chapter 5: Quality Education and Sustainable Learing Trajectories for Deaf Learners -- Chapter 6: Enabling Pedagogy and Andragogy for 21st-Century Sign Language Users and Learners -- Chapter 7: Inclusive Education--A Sustainable Approach -- Chapter 8: Literacy, Literature Though, and Deafness -- Chapter 9: Perspectives on the Sign Language Factor in Sub-Saharan Africa: Challenges of Sustainability -- Chapter 10: Sign Language Legislation as a Tool for Sustainability -- Chapter 11: What's It Like to Be Deaf? Reflections on Signed Language, Sustainable Development, and Equal Opportunities -- Chapter 12: A Sustainability Perspecive on the Potentialities of Being Deaf: Toward Further Reflexivity in Deaf Studies and Deaf Education -- Contributors -- Index.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.; EDUCATION / Special Education / General.;
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b by O'Meara, Jodi.(DLC)1605266;
Cover Page -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- About the Author -- Introduction -- PART I -- 1. Principles of RTI and Implications in the Classroom -- 2. Principles of DI and Implications in the Classroom -- 3. The Merging of DI and RTI -- PART II -- 4. Tier 1-Curriculum and Instruction -- 5. Tier 1-Assessment -- 6. Tier 1-The Environment -- PART III -- 7. Tier 2-Instruction and Differentiation -- 8. Tier 2-Assessment and Problem Solving -- 9. Tier 3-Instruction, Assessment, and Problem Solving -- 10. The Problem-Solving Team -- Resources -- References -- Index.An efficient way to merge differentiated instruction and RTI This hands-on guide brings together the two leading approaches to teaching students of varying abilities: Response to Instruction and Intervention (RTI) and differentiated instruction (DI). Written in a practical, "how-to" format with lesson plans and case studies, this book gives middle school teachers strategies for adapting assessments, curriculum, and instruction to student abilities. Key topics include: Differences and similarities between RTI and DI Data analysis for effective instructional decision making Strategies for applying RTI and DI to all students, including English learners and children with special needs.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; EDUCATION / Special Education / General.;
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Meeting SEN in the Curriculum : Art. by Earle, Kim.; Curry, Gill.;
Front Cover -- Meeting SEN in the Curriculum: Art -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- Contributors to the series -- Contents of the CD -- Introduction -- 1. Meeting Special Educational Needs - Your Responsibility -- The SEN and Disability Act 2001 (SENDA) -- The Revised National Curriculum -- The Code of Practice for Special Educational Needs -- Ofsted -- Policy into practice -- Pupils with disabilities -- The success of art and design -- 2. Departmental Policy -- Where to start when writing a policy -- Useful headings when establishing a working policy -- The content of an SEN departmental policy -- General statement with reference to the school's SEN policy -- Definition of SEN -- Provision for staff within the department -- Provision for pupils with SEN -- Resources and learning materials -- Staff qualifications and Continuing Professional Development needs -- Monitoring and reviewing the policy -- Activity: What do we really think? -- 3. Different Types of SEN -- Asperger's Syndrome -- Attention Deficit Disorder (with or without hyperactivity) (ADD/ADHD) -- Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD) -- Behavioural, emotional, social difficulties (BESD) -- Cerebral palsy (CP) -- Down's Syndrome (DS) -- Fragile X Syndrome -- Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD) -- Physical Disability (PD) -- Semantic Pragmatic Disorder (SPD) -- Sensory impairments -- Hearing impairment (HI) -- Visual impairment (VI) -- Multi-sensory impairment -- Severe learning difficulties (SLD) -- Profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD) -- Specific learning difficulties (SpLD) -- Dyslexia -- Dyscalculia -- Dyspraxia -- Speech, language and communication difficulties (SLCD) -- Tourette's Syndrome (TS) -- 4. What Can Art and Design Offer Pupils with SEN? -- An inclusive environment -- Differentiation -- Planning within art and design.Links with artists -- Using ICT in art and design -- Research work -- Sketchbooks -- 5. Key Stage 3 Art and Design Projects for Use with Pupils with SEN -- The Iron Man -- Forms in a Landscape -- Picasso, Plates and Portraiture -- Identity -- Flight -- Water -- Summary: Progression of Art skills -- 6. Real Pupils in Real Classrooms -- Kuli (Hearing impairment) -- Harry (Dyslexia) -- Megan (Wheelchair user) -- Steven (Emotional, behavioural and social difficulties) -- Matthew (Cognitive and learning difficulties) -- Bhavini (Visual impairment) -- Susan (Complex difficulties, Asperger's Syndrome) -- Jenny (Down's Syndrome) -- 7. Monitoring and Assessment -- Individual Education Plans -- Level descriptors -- Bibliography -- Resources -- Appendices -- References.This book includes: Exciting art projects that will engage and challenge pupils; Making sure that space and materials are accessible to all; Advice on how to resolve behavioural issues.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Special education -- Art.; Special education -- Curricula.;
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Meeting SEN in the Curriculum : Art. by Earle, Kim.; Curry, Gill.;
Front Cover -- Meeting SEN in the Curriculum: Art -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- Contributors to the series -- Contents of the CD -- Introduction -- 1. Meeting Special Educational Needs - Your Responsibility -- The SEN and Disability Act 2001 (SENDA) -- The Revised National Curriculum -- The Code of Practice for Special Educational Needs -- Ofsted -- Policy into practice -- Pupils with disabilities -- The success of art and design -- 2. Departmental Policy -- Where to start when writing a policy -- Useful headings when establishing a working policy -- The content of an SEN departmental policy -- General statement with reference to the school's SEN policy -- Definition of SEN -- Provision for staff within the department -- Provision for pupils with SEN -- Resources and learning materials -- Staff qualifications and Continuing Professional Development needs -- Monitoring and reviewing the policy -- Activity: What do we really think? -- 3. Different Types of SEN -- Asperger's Syndrome -- Attention Deficit Disorder (with or without hyperactivity) (ADD/ADHD) -- Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD) -- Behavioural, emotional, social difficulties (BESD) -- Cerebral palsy (CP) -- Down's Syndrome (DS) -- Fragile X Syndrome -- Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD) -- Physical Disability (PD) -- Semantic Pragmatic Disorder (SPD) -- Sensory impairments -- Hearing impairment (HI) -- Visual impairment (VI) -- Multi-sensory impairment -- Severe learning difficulties (SLD) -- Profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD) -- Specific learning difficulties (SpLD) -- Dyslexia -- Dyscalculia -- Dyspraxia -- Speech, language and communication difficulties (SLCD) -- Tourette's Syndrome (TS) -- 4. What Can Art and Design Offer Pupils with SEN? -- An inclusive environment -- Differentiation -- Planning within art and design.Links with artists -- Using ICT in art and design -- Research work -- Sketchbooks -- 5. Key Stage 3 Art and Design Projects for Use with Pupils with SEN -- The Iron Man -- Forms in a Landscape -- Picasso, Plates and Portraiture -- Identity -- Flight -- Water -- Summary: Progression of Art skills -- 6. Real Pupils in Real Classrooms -- Kuli (Hearing impairment) -- Harry (Dyslexia) -- Megan (Wheelchair user) -- Steven (Emotional, behavioural and social difficulties) -- Matthew (Cognitive and learning difficulties) -- Bhavini (Visual impairment) -- Susan (Complex difficulties, Asperger's Syndrome) -- Jenny (Down's Syndrome) -- 7. Monitoring and Assessment -- Individual Education Plans -- Level descriptors -- Bibliography -- Resources -- Appendices -- References.This book includes: Exciting art projects that will engage and challenge pupils; Making sure that space and materials are accessible to all; Advice on how to resolve behavioural issues.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Special education -- Art.; Special education -- Curricula.;
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Special Education Teacher / by Cambridge Educational (Firm)(DLC)1949743; Films Media Groupfilm distributor.(DLC)1996584;
What is it like to be a special education teacher? In this Career Q&A video interview, Caitlin Gosnell talks about her career path, what she does on the job, and the keys to success as a special ed teacher. She also offers candid advice on breaking into the profession as well as insight into the industry's biggest challenges and how the field may change in the next ten years.9 & up.Streaming video file.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description (Films Media Group, Nov. 2, 2015)
Subjects: Internet videos.; Pollution; Special education teachers;
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Montessori and the special child / by Orem, R. C.(Reginald Calvert)(SAGE)1629312;
Includes bibliographies.
Subjects: Montessori method of education; Special education;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
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The law and special education / by Yell, Mitchell L.(SAGE)1897993;
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Subjects: Children with disabilities; Special education;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
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Succeeding as a Student in the STEM Fields with an Invisible Disability [electronic resource] : A College Handbook for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Students with Autism, ADD, Affective Disorders, or Learning Difficulties and Their Families. by Oslund, Christy.(SAGE)1617936;
Succeeding as a Student in the STEM Fields with an Invisible Disability: A College Handbook for Science,Technology, Engineering, and Math Students with Autism, ADD, Affective Disorders, or Learning Difficulties and their Families; Introduction; 1 The Importance of Self-Reliance; Changes in Legal Status and Rights; Real Life Example of the Difference Independence Makes; Practical Considerations for Self-Reliance; College and Regional Universities as a Transition; 2 Necessary Life Skills for University; Medication; Personal Hygiene; Laundry; Meal Preparation; Transportation; Shopping3 What Students Need to Know Before Class StartsAn Appropriate Level of Aid; Finding Textbooks; Note-Taking Supplies and Technology; Service Providers; The Good News; 4 Successful Study; How to Read a Textbook; Learning from Lectures; Study Aids and Preparing for Exams; Taking Tests; 5 Professors' and Students' Classroom Behavior; When is Behavior Beyond Tolerable?; Professors' Expectations; Faculty can be Disabled Too; 6 Work Study Jobs, Resumes, and Class Study Groups; Job Experience for a Resume; Preparing for Work Study Opportunities; Writing a Resume; Class Study GroupsProfessional and Social Groups7 Life isn't Fair and Other Truths; Difficult versus Impossible; How to Choose a Career; The Unfairness-and Reality-of Mandatory Classes; Choosing your School = "More Fairness"; The Difference between Unfair and Potentially Illegal; 8 When a Parent Should be Involved; Reasons for "The Call"; The Importance of Class Attendance; Encouraging Polite, Professional Communication; The Importance of Housing Staff to Families; Glossary; IndexThe STEM fields attract many students with autism and related disabilities who are highly intelligent, but who, upon entering higher education, may find that they struggle with independent living and a different way of learning. Full of practical advice, this is a useful handbook that students and parents can refer to throughout the college years.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Education, Higher; Education; Special education -- United States.;
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CASE STUDIES IN SPECIAL EDUCATION. by Torres, Tera.; Barber, Catherine R.;
Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.;
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