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         Special Needs Teacher General:     more books (103)
  1. Drama for People with Special Needs (Teacher's books) by Ann Cattanach, 1992-10-29
  2. Become a Computer Literate Special Needs Teacher (Desktop) by Steve Laws, 1996-11
  3. A Special Professionalism: Report of the Fe Special Needs Teacher Training Working Group by D.V. Stafford, 1987-07-20
  4. Special People: Recollections of a Special Needs Teacher by Pam Young, 2009-06-20
  5. Emergent and Developing Reading: Messages for Teachers (Vol 1)
  6. Fundamentals of Special Education: What Every Teacher Needs to Know (3rd Edition) by Margaret G. Werts, Richard A. Culatta, et all 2006-07-20
  7. Including Students With Special Needs: A Practical Guide for Classroom Teachers (with MyEducationLab) (5th Edition) by Marilyn Friend, William D. Bursuck, 2008-04-21
  8. Getting Special Needs Kids Ready for the Real World: Special Education from a Love and Logic Perspective by David Funk, 2010-01-01
  9. Effective Assessment for Students With Special Needs: A Practical Guide for Every Teacher by Dr. James E. Ysseldyke, Robert (Bob) F. Algozzine, 2006-03-21
  10. The New Language of Toys: Teaching Communication Skills to Children With Special Needs : A Guide for Parents and Teachers by Sue, Ph.D. Schwartz, Joan E. Heller Miller, 1996-02
  11. Special Needs and the Beginning Teacher (Special Needs in Ordinary Schools) by Peter Benton, Tim O'Brien, 2000-06-01
  12. Special Educational Needs for Newly Qualified Teachers and Teaching Assistants: A Practical Guide (David Fulton Books) by Rita Cheminais, 2009-09-24
  13. Understanding Special Educational Needs: A Teacher's Guide to Effective School Based Research by Ruth Kershner, Roland Chaplain, 2001-05-11
  14. Steps to Independence: A Skills Training Guide for Parents and Teachers of Children With Special Needs by Bruce L. Baker, 1988-10

1. Special Needs ProjectBrowse Through A Catalog Of Books For People With Disabilit
During the year, I will be adding resources for teachers to this site. These resources will be teaching tools and topics that will cover many facets of education. This web site has numerous special and general Education Links. special needs Education Network This is the Foreign Language teacher's Guide to Learning Disabilities.

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  • 4. Teacher's Guide To Special-Needs Students
    Center for Behavioral Studies contains autism and general behavioral therapy topromote independence in individuals with special learning needs.
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    Resource Guide for Teaching Special-Needs Students
    This collection of resources will help teachers manage classrooms with special needs students and create positive, inclusive environments for all students. The small globe icon indicates the Editor's Pick(s) for this category and the small apple icon indicates links to exclusive teachers articles and resource guides.
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    At-risk students COMING NEXT!
    Attention deficit disorder / attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

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    (ESL) Epilepsy and seizure disorders Getting girls interested in science, engineering, math and technology Gifted and talented Inclusion / inclusive classrooms ... Vision, speech and hearing impairments
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    5. Vocational Special Needs Teacher
    How to become a licensed teacher in Vermont. general Requirements Vocational special. needs teacher 544087

    120 State Street - Montpelier, VT 05620-2501 E-mail the Licensing Office Call the Licensing Office: 802-828-2445
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    Applicants for a Vermont teacher's license must fulfill the requirements for all applicants
    The holder is authorized to serve as teacher of students with special needs, including students with disabilities and students who are disadvantaged, who are enrolled in vocational education.

    6. Special Needs Teacher (47), SPED Summer ProgramPosition 135 Special Needs Teache
    identification of a child with special needs is an important part of a special education teacher's job. and often the student's general education teacher. teachers work closely with

    7. ED409317 1997-07-00 Collaboration Between General And Special Education Teachers
    The primary responsibility of general education teachers learning styles, strengths,and special needs of each be incorporated into all teacher preparation and
    ERIC Identifier:
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    Ripley, Suzanne
    Source: ERIC Clearinghouse on Teaching and Teacher Education Washington DC.
    Collaboration between General and Special Education Teachers. ERIC Digest.
    THIS DIGEST WAS CREATED BY ERIC, THE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES INFORMATION CENTER. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ERIC, CONTACT ACCESS ERIC 1-800-LET-ERIC INTRODUCTION Historically, teachers have worked in isolationone teacher to a classroom. As children with disabilities entered the public schools in the 1970s, they were taught in separate classrooms with their own teachers. Over the past 25 years, these students have slowly moved into the flow of the regular classroom, thus the use of the term "mainstreaming." However, students were mainstreamed for selected subjects or parts of the day; they were not considered part of the typical class. Now the philosophy is to include all students in the same class, which has brought about teams of general education and special education teachers working collaboratively or cooperatively to combine their professional knowledge, perspectives, and skills. The biggest change for educators is in deciding to share the role that has traditionally been individual: to share the goals, decisions, classroom instruction, responsibility for students, assessment of student learning, problem solving, and classroom management. The teachers must begin to think of it as "our" class. This Digest explores the facets of this new collaboration between general and special education teachers.

    8. ED458735 2001-10-00 Access To The General Education Curriculum For Students With
    the classroom teacher and the special education teacher reach them; (3) the classroomteacher should be each student's strengths and needs; (4) administrators
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    Beckman, Pat
    Source: ERIC Clearinghouse on Disabilities and Gifted Education Arlington VA.
    Access to the General Education Curriculum for Students with Disabilities. ERIC Digest.
    THIS DIGEST WAS CREATED BY ERIC, THE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES INFORMATION CENTER. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ERIC, CONTACT ACCESS ERIC 1-800-LET-ERIC A new goal is challenging teachers: All students, with or without disabilities, including English language learners and students who are "falling between the cracks," are to achieve in the general education curriculum. For students with disabilities, access to the general education curriculum is mandated by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Amendments of 1997 (IDEA '97).
    Improved student learning requires teachers, schools, and districts to give up unproductive traditions and beliefs, replacing them with validated practices and a full understanding of the intent of the law. Successful student access to the general education curriculum is most likely when there is general acceptance of the following principles: * Responsibility for the learning outcomes of special education students is equally shared by the classroom teacher and the special education teacher.

    9. Teachers-Special Education
    special education teachers help general educators adapt curriculum techniques to meetthe needs of students with the work of teachers, teacher assistants, and
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    Nature of the Work Working Conditions Employment Training, Other Qualifications, and Advancement ... Sources of Additional Information
    Significant Points
    • A bachelor's degree, completion of an approved teacher preparation program, and a license are required to qualify; many States require a master's degree.
    • Many States offer alternative licensure programs to attract people into these jobs.
    • Excellent job prospects are expected due to rising enrollments of special education students and reported shortages of qualified teachers.

    Nature of the Work About this section Back to Top Special education teachers work with children and youths who have a variety of disabilities. A small number of special education teachers work with severely mentally retarded or autistic children, primarily teaching them life skills and basic literacy. However, the majority of special education teachers work with children with mild to moderate disabilities, using the general education curriculum, or modifying it, to meet the child's individual needs. Most special education teachers instruct students at the elementary, middle, and secondary school level, although some teachers work with infants and toddlers. The various types of disabilities qualifying for special education programs include specific learning disabilities, speech or language impairments, mental retardation, emotional disturbance, multiple disabilities, hearing impairments, orthopedic impairments, visual impairments, autism, deaf-blindness, traumatic brain injury, and other health impairments. Students are classified under one of the categories, and special education teachers are prepared to work with specific groups. Early identification of a child with special needs is an important part of a special education teacher's job. Early intervention is essential in educating children with disabilities.

    10. Teacher Assistants
    assistants in general education and special education classrooms teacher assistantsattend to a disabled student's physical needs, including feeding
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    • Approximately 4 in 10 teacher assistants work part time. Educational requirements range from a high school diploma to some college training. A growing special education population, among other factors, is expected to cause faster than average employment growth.

    Nature of the Work About this section Back to Top Teacher assistants provide instructional and clerical support for classroom teachers, allowing teachers more time for lesson planning and teaching. Teacher assistants tutor and assist children in learning class material using the teacher's lesson plans, providing students with individualized attention. Teacher assistants also supervise students in the cafeteria, schoolyard, school discipline center, or on field trips. They record grades, set up equipment, and help prepare materials for instruction. Teacher assistants are also called teacher aides or instructional aides. Some refer to themselves as paraeducators. In addition to instructing, assisting, and supervising students, teacher assistants grade tests and papers, check homework, keep health and attendance records, type, file, and duplicate materials. They also stock supplies, operate audiovisual equipment, and keep classroom equipment in order.

    11. Models Of Special Needs Education In Austria
    Classroom 3. Supportive Class ( Förderklasse ) 4. Support teacher. not meet the requirementsof a general school and try to meet their special needs at the
    Home Tasks General situation Paradigm change ... References Models of Special Needs Education in Austria In the years after World War II special needs education more and more specialised and turned into something detached from mainstream teaching. In many ways special needs education was reduced to special needs schools with all the given social implications. However, discontent with this situation was growing, and it was especially parents associations in the late seventies and early eighties that effected a sharp change in thinking. New legislation was considered and later introduced, research was initiated, and experimenting with various models was encouraged (and paid for) by the government. Gruber and Petri (1989) give an account of the most successful models that were being tested throughout the country.
    1. The Integrative Classroom 2. The Co-operative Classroom 3. Supportive Class ("Förderklasse") 4. Support Teacher
    The Integrative Classroom The central idea is very simple: children with disabilities are educated together with the other children in the same classroom. This model would avoid segregating children who do not meet the requirements of a general school and try to meet their special needs at the same time. The children will go to a school close to their homes, beside cognitive learning there will be emphasis on social learning, and the new class situation will be a challenge and, hopefully, encourage teachers to experiment with new forms of teaching and learning. It seems appropriate to have two class teachers and a reduced number of pupils (around 20).

    12. Establishing General Directions
    Establishing general Directions. attendance, extracurricular participation awards,and special needs, can be A teacher will no longer waste valuable time
    Establishing General Directions Written by Gilbert Valdez, PhD, Director of the Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum Center at the North Central Regional Educational Laboratory
    Exemplary Vision Research
    There is universal agreement that planning committees, when creating a learning and technology plan, need to spend time creating a vision that all people involved can support. Howard D. Mehninger in School Reform In The Information Age noted that vision is a "mental image of a desirable state of setting direction, a vision statement helps set priorities and guides public policy." Mehninger indicated that vision statement should:
    • Set forth a description of a desirable future that would be better than the present or the past. Be achievable in a reasonable amount of time. Take advantage of opportunities the future will afford.
    Several of the ISBE demonstration sites, specifically Waukegan School District 60 Lincoln School in District 186, Harlem Unit District 122 , and Scott-Morgan C.U. School District 2

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    Please choose the general science resource review you would Getting Started on GNVQScience (teacher and 1618). The Science special needs Supplement (teachers).
    Home Primary: General Primary: Living things Primary: Materials ... Secondary General Science Index Page Please choose the general science resource review you would like to see from the list below Clean Science (11-14) Activity pack looking at the effectiveness of detergents, soap etc.
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    GlaxoSmithKline/Millgate Publishers Concept Cartons : thinking about science (7-14) Posters with "cartoons" depicting science situations to promote discussion.
    GlaxoSmithKline/Millgate Publishers Getting Started on GNVQ Science (teacher and 16-18) 16 sample assignments to give ideas on teaching science in work related contexts.
    ASE On Site (teachers of 11-16) Book to help arrange a visit to an industrial site-good to help with attitudes to science.
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    Information on teaching in the state of Vermont, including requirments, license information, and the Category Regional North America Education Educator Resources...... Administrators general competencies for School District Administrators; Adult arts;Cosmetology. Vocational Guidance Coordinator; Vocational special needs teacher;

    120 State Street - Montpelier, VT 05620-2501 E-mail the Licensing Office Call the Licensing Office: 802-828-2445
    How to become a licensed teacher in Vermont General Requirements
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    Other links Welcome to the Vermont Educator Licensing Web Site Welcome to the Vermont Department of Education's Educator Licensing Web site. Please know this site is still "under construction" and may not yet have all the services we hope to post, but we trust it will provide you with useful information.

    16. Special Education Resources For K-12
    ERIC) The foreign language teacher's guide to on the Internet (SERI) general disabilities,disability disorder, speech impairment, special needs technology

    17. The General Educator's Role
    willing to try new approaches in working with students with special needs. This providesan opportunity for the general education teacher to describe
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    Provided in partnership with The Council for Exceptional Children A general educator must be included if the student is or may be participating in the regular education environment.  Without the general education teacher's participation, it would be harder for the IEP (Individualized Education Program) team to take on its new responsibilities for looking at a student's progress in the general education curriculum, standards, and assessments. The general education teacher also brings to the IEP team process a knowledge of:
    • The general education context.
    • How the student with disabilities performs in a general education context.
    • How the student interacts with her peers.

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    20. Catalog Online
    Best Teaching Practices for general and special Educators. belongs on the desk ofevery teacher of students research has found effective in meeting their needs.
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    Strategies for Teacher Collaboration Loviah E. Aldinger, Cynthia L. Warger, and Paul W. Eavy A resource to help school-based teams bring collaborative teaching into practice. Provides 18 specific inservice activities to help teachers understand the dynamics of collaboration. These professional development activities apply the Problem-Solving Model to teacher consultation and help teachers work through any resistance they may have to form the kinds of teaching relationships that are essential in inclusive school settings. 1991, 200 pages. Ordering Information
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    The teacher's desk reference is designed to assist the general education teachers and special education teachers in teaching an increasingly diverse group of learners. The adaptation process and the strategies and examples provided are appropriate for students at all grade levels and may be applied to all subject areas of the curriculum. 2000. 2nd edition. 91pp. Ordering Information
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    The staff development kit covers the adaptation process and strategies and is designed for those responsible for planning and implementing staff development programs. This kit is a companion to the Teacher's Desk Reference. The kit comes in a binder with a complete set of materials and directions for a staff development training. 2000. 2nd edition.

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