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Author(s): Scott Arnett, Michael Fitzpatrick, Nena Raschelle Theoharis, PENNY CRAIG
This textbook introduces preservice and inservice educators to the theories, philosophies, concepts, and ongoing needs of children and adults with exceptionalities. The first two Chapters address the foundation, litigation, and federal policies that helped shape what is now known as special education. Subsequent Chapters provide readers with a thorough analysis of the disability categories covered under IDEIA (2004) including definitions, characteristics, prevalence, and accommodations.
Author(s): Scott Arnett, Susie Lubbers, Susan Burns
The most important challenge facing teachers exists in the human exchange and relationship-building with those he/she works under and works with. Human Relations for the Educator uses an applied approach to give pre-service teachers the essentials skills to promote productive interactions and build on existing relations.
Human Relations for the Educator allows educators to: