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What Really Works with Exceptional Learners (Paperback) (Wendy W. Murawski)

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This book is based on practical experience from both the editors and the authors, as well as updated research and information on best teaching practices, evidence-based practices, high-leverage practices and current literature. It addresses a breadth of topics related to special education such as forms of pedagogy, culturally responsive practices, class management, accommodations and other critical areas. Each chapter is presented in a practical and easy-to-access format for busy, working professionals. The book is designed as a useful introductory text for practitioners and professionals who do not have a lot of experience with special education but could also be useful to more experienced teachers as a reference for practical applications in the field. 
What Really Works for Special Education Students is based on practical experience from both editors and the authors (all of whom are teacher educators and well known in the field), as well as updated research & information on best teaching practices, evidence-based practices, high-leverage practices, and current literature. It addresses a breadth of topics related to Special Education, from content areas (e.g., literacy, math), disability areas (e.g., deaf, learning disabilities, ELL), pedagogical areas (e.g., use of technology, culturally responsive practices, class management, accommodations), and other critical areas (e.g., legal issues, home to school collaboration). Each chapter is presented in a practical and easy-to-access format for busy, working professionals. The book is designed so that it is useful as a “101” reference for practitioners and professionals who have no experience with special education and are working with students with disabilities for the first time, while at the same time, the very nature of its practical application will ensure that faculty who have been teaching for years will want this book as a reference to help improve their current practice.
What Really Works for Special Education Students is based on practical experience from both editors and the authors (all of whom are teacher educators and well known in the field), as well as updated research & information on best teaching practices, evidence-based practices, high-leverage practices, and current literature. It addresses a breadth of topics related to Special Education, from content areas (e.g., literacy, math), disability areas (e.g., deaf, learning disabilities, ELL), pedagogical areas (e.g., use of techn
Number of Pages: 376.0
Genre: Education
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Corwin Pr
Author: Wendy W. Murawski
Language: English
Street Date: February 15, 2017
TCIN: 51633834
UPC: 9781506363479
Item Number (DPCI): 248-28-0606

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