Introduction to Special Education: Making A Difference (7th Edition)

September 14, 2019 - Comment

The seventh edition of Introduction to Special Education; Making a Difference, reflects a vision of what all schools should provide to students with special needs:  schooling that is dedicated to making a difference in the lives of individuals with special needs and their families. When educators use proven and best practices, the end-result will be

The seventh edition of Introduction to Special Education; Making a Difference, reflects a vision of what all schools should provide to students with special needs:  schooling that is dedicated to making a difference in the lives of individuals with special needs and their families. When educators use proven and best practices, the end-result will be an accountable and responsive education system where every student succeeds.

 

 

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Anonymous says:

When renting, know it’s not worth it. First off, let’s start off with the quality of the book that came. It was an old text book, with folds at the edges, because the book cover is so thin. Looks like the book itself has been through a rough time.Secondly, it’s outdated. This is probably the more important of the two. As a professor, this book was the assigned to the curriculum. With regards to its chapter on diversity, it is quite outdated. There have been ample studies on how race, class and gender biases live within…

Anonymous says:

Not Thorough Enough This is the textbook for a college course I am taking to obtain teacher certification in the area of special education. Repeatedly in the book certain issues such as autism and learning disabilities is blamed on the mother and says that if she had only sought prenatal care, good medical care for the child, ate good food, then these problems would have been avoided. This is ludicrous. Dyslexia is not covered in the book because some people do not believe it is a learning disability! The book…

Anonymous says:

Reasonably good information, horribly written and copyedited This book is reasonably informative about the subject matter, and if the subject is one that is not incredibly interesting but is instead mostly a repetitive restatement of the obvious, (children with various disabilities are still entitled to a Free And Public Education in the Least Restrictive Environment Possible)that isn’t entirely the fault of the book. The book does give a reasonably good, detailed look at many different types of disabilities, the issues related to each, and some tips on…

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