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Critical Reflections about Students with Special Needs Stories from the Classroom

ISBN-10: 0205496067
ISBN-13: 9780205496068
Edition: 2007
List price: $41.40
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Description: By providing guided discussions, students are able to brainstorm possible solutions to the challenges presented when teachers attempt to apply general best practice standards in particular classroom situations.nbsp; Given their brevity, instructors  More...

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List price: $41.40
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/31/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 128
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.836
Language: English

By providing guided discussions, students are able to brainstorm possible solutions to the challenges presented when teachers attempt to apply general best practice standards in particular classroom situations.nbsp; Given their brevity, instructors can present these vignettes within a class session and use them to promote active learning.nbsp; This resource also provides ideas for implementing and utilizing these vignettes to promote active learning within the course structure.nbsp; nbsp; 100 vignettes based on real-life classroom challenges are useful for guiding critical reflections on effective teaching and are linked to the CEC Professional Standards for special education teachers.nbsp; nbsp; These vignettes are designed to be used as a teaching tool for pre-service students or beginning teachers.nbsp;

About the Editors
Contributors
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Foundations
What Do I Believe?
The Silent Parents
Too Many Boys
Differing Beliefs
When Federal Mandates Attack
To Evaluate or Not?
Ready or Not...
Resource or Self-Contained Class
Retention and Social Promotion
Baby Steps
Development and Characteristics of Learners
Surgery Will Make It All Better
The "Monster" in My Classroom
What a Label Changes
Elmo
Should He Graduate?
Are They Ready?
He's Not Autistic, Is He?
Is Medication the Right Thing?
Individual Learning Differences
She Can't Read?
Please Try before Referring
Don't Judge a Book by Its Cover
Don't Jump to Conclusions
I Hate My 504 Plan!
Placement Tug-of-War
Who's to Blame?
"What Do We Do Now?
Another Episode
Instructional Strategies
Packaged Programs Are Not "Special"
Josh's Wasting Time
Who Is Right?
Gilbert "Sounds" It Out
Forgetting to Count
Teaching to Read
How Far Can She Stretch?
Finding the Right "Fit"
It Works?
What Was She Thinking?
Learning Environments and Social Interactions
Did Katie Receive a Fair Chance?
What's an Aide to Do?
How Does Ned Fit In?
Now Far Can an Aide Go?
Study Skills or Homework?
Going around in Circles
Michael Deserves a Chance
Stop Teasing Me
Language
Can I Do It?
Whose Language Barrier?
Bridging Language Barriers
What Have I Gotten Myself Into?
Labeling Dilemma
"Toilet, Water Closet, Bano..."
Twin Talk
Who Speaks for Joey?
Lost in Translation
Instructional Planning
No Supplies for Mr. Kennedy
This Could Work
Planning for Mark
I Did It!
How Will I Do It?
Is This Okay?
How Many Grade Levels?
Teaching Addition
Assessment
How to Test?
Are You Sure?
Finding a Way
Going through the Motions
Meaningful Monitoring
How Much Can I Do?
Too Much Already!
Am I Cheating?
Professional and Ethical Practices
What Do I Ask For?
Where Is She?
Why Isn't Your Homework Done?
Setting Limits?
The Loss of a Talented Teacher
A New System
Should I Ask for Help?
Paperwork Overload
Why Are You Teaching?
Collaboration
No Time to Eat
Homework
Get to Work!
Let the Teacher Teach
The Ties that Bind...
What More Can I Do?
Mrs. Who?
Can I Change Mrs. Asper?
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