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Functional Curriculum for Elementary and Secondary Students With Special Needs:

ISBN-10: 1416404929
ISBN-13: 9781416404927
Edition: 3rd 2012
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Book details

List price: $100.85
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Pro Ed
Binding: Paperback
Weight: 3.212
Language: English

The third edition of Functional Curriculum for Elementary and Secondary Students with Special Needs outlines a broad conceptual framework of functionality for children and adolescents with disabilities. This book describes how to build a functional curriculum for studentsthat is, a curriculum with everyday usefulness and value in making the student more competent and independent. This new edition also shows teachers how to tie the curriculum from the elementary school to the curricula of middle and secondary schools, and ultimately to tasks common in adult life. to this end, response to intervention is an important concept and a new chapter on RTI is included. New chapters: * Response to Intervention * Social Security, Work Incentives, and Benefits Planning * Positive Behavior Support * Adult Services * Going to Work This new material reflects recent advances in the field and will greatly enhance the teachers ability to integrate functional curriculum into transition planning for adulthood.

Preface
Functional Curriculum Design
Major Principles of Curriculum Design
Critical Curriculum Areas
Transition Planning
Student-Centered Transition Planning
Interagency Planning and Service Delivery Efforts
The Role of Schools in Implementing Transition
Summary
Life-Skills Studies Reviewed
References
Designing Instructional Programs
Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis
Deciding Whether to Teach a Specific Skill
Developing Instructional Programs
Summary
References
Response to Intervention: What Are the Challenges?
Common Features of RtI
Implementing RtI
Concerns and Issues
Functional Curriculum and RtI
Summary
References
Self-Determination
Description of Curriculum
Curriculum Design
Summary
References
Accessing the General Curriculum Within a Functional-Curriculum Framework
What Has Changed Regarding Access to the General Curriculum?
How Is Access to the General Education Curriculum Achieved?
Examples of Access to the General Curriculum
Summary
References
Functional Academics
Functional Curricula
Legislation Affecting Functional Curricula
Functional Academic Curricula
Assessment of Functional Academic Skills
Instructional Methods for Teaching Functional Academics
Implementing Functional Academic Curricula
Functional Academics in IEPs and Transition Planning
Summary
Commercially Available Curricula in the Domain Areas of Language Arts (Reading and Writing) and Math
Curriculum Strategies in Domain Areas
References
Financial Planning and Money Management
Description of Curriculum
General Approaches to Assessment
Curriculum Design
Assistive Technology
Summary
References
Social Security, Work Incentives, and Benefits Planning: Navigating the Future
Why Special Educators Need Familiarity with SSA Disability Benefits
SSA Benefits Available to Children and Adolescents
Questions About Eligibility for Social Security Disability Benefits
Questions About How Employment Affects Social Security Disability Benefits
Summary
Student Earned Income Exclusion
References
Positive Behavior Support
The Principles of Behavior: Applied Behavior Analysis
Functional Behavior Assessment
Positive Behavior Support Plan
Summary
References
Social Skills
Description of Social Skills Curricula
Approaches to Assessment of Social Skills
Curriculum Design
Summary
Annotated Reference List of Social Skills Curricula
Social Skills Assessments
Internet Resources for Teaching Social Skills
References
Travel and Mobility Training
Description of Curriculum
General Approaches to Assessment
Curriculum Design
Sample Individualized Transition Plan
Using Global Positioning in Travel Training
Summary
References
Community Participation
Description of Functional Community Skills
General Approaches to Assessment
Curriculum Design
Summary
Ecological Inventory Form for Community Settings
References
Living at Home: Skills for Independence
General Description of Curriculum Content
Considerations for Assessment of Home Living Skills
Curriculum Design
Summary
References
Personal Care and Hygiene Skills
Personal Care and Hygiene Skills
Persons Needing Assistance with Personal Care and Hygiene
Decreased Focus on Functional Skills and Curriculum-Related Research
Curriculum Based on Competent Peers in Future Environments
Instructional Strategies
Summary
References
Health and Safety Skills
Need for Safety Skills Instruction
Overview of Curriculum
Curriculum Design
Summary
Select Individualized Education Program (IEP) Objectives
References
Adult Services
What Educators Need to Know About Adult Services
The Adult Service System
The Role of the Schools and Adult Services
Working Together
Summary
References
Preparing Students for Employment
Career Development
Assessment
Organizing Content
Curricula Across the School Ages
Summary
Sample IEP for Case Study 563 References
Going to Work
Integrated Work Models
Quality Indicators of Integrated Employment
Employee and Business Relationships
Summary
Select Online Resources
References
About the Editors and Authors
Index

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