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1. Learning Disabilities and Related
2. Nonverbal Learning Disabilities
3. The Complete Learning Disabilities
4. Learning Disabilities: A to Z:
5. Learning Disabilities: Characteristics,
6. Nonverbal Learning Disabilities
7. K & W Guide to Colleges for
8. Learning Disabilities: From Identification
9. Essentials of Specific Learning
10. Differentiating Instruction for
11. Poverty Is NOT a Learning Disability:
12. Helping Children with Nonverbal
13. Learning Disabilities: The Interaction
14. Learning Disabilities: A to Z:
15. Learning Disabilities and Challenging
16. Peterson's Colleges With Programs
17. Learning Disabilities and Life
18. Learning Outside The Lines: Two
19. Learning Disabilities and Related
20. Teaching Mathematics to Students

1. Learning Disabilities and Related Mild Disabilities: Characteristics, Teaching Strategies, and New Directions
by Janet W. Lerner, Beverley Johns
Hardcover: 592 Pages (2008-03-10)
list price: US$155.95 -- used & new: US$114.30
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Asin: 0618907211
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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The text that has set the standard for students working toward certification in special education has been substantially revised and updated to meet the needs of a new generation of teachers and students. As reflected in the new title, Learning Disabilities and Related Mild Disabilities now includes a cross-categorical emphasis, making it suitable to a broader number of courses. Specifically, the text now accommodates the increased number of courses aimed at teaching students with mild disabilities that are part of many states' certification requirements. Researchers are finding that many students with learning disabilities exhibit coexisting related disorders such as ADHD, Asperger's Syndrome, and nonverbal learning disabilities. Preservice and in-service classroom teachers, who are increasingly responsible for teaching students with special needs within general education or inclusive classrooms, will find this new edition especially helpful. The text describes the characteristics of various mild disabilities and offers teaching strategies for general education teachers, special education teachers, school psychologists, and other related professionals. All of the text's new coverage and special features were developed to align with the Cengage Learning Education Mission Statement--"Bridging the gap from preservice to practice"--to help new teachers be successful in their future classrooms, and with their future students. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Great book and fast shipping
A book that was order at the last minute for a college class and was syippped and received right away thank you very much

1-0 out of 5 stars Learnind Disabilities and Related Mild Disabilities
I have purchased two copies of this book.
The first copy was exactly what I needed.
The second copy came from SuperMovie Deals.Unfortunately, the order was for a hard copy which they said they sent me....also charged me for; however it was a paperback...NOT TO BE USED IN THE UNITED STATES!!!!
Difficult time with return.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not satisfied
I purposefully asked for Expedited Shipping (and paid extra for it). After waiting almost a week later I still have not received my book. I should have used Standard Shipping. It probably would have taken the same amount of time. I can't respond to the condition of the item......... I'm still waiting!

5-0 out of 5 stars FYI
This is a decent book for anyone taking the LBSI test or the Special Education General Curriculum test. I just took both tests and there is a decent amount of info you will need in this book.Currently I am still in the course. As I progress in my course I am finding additional information related to the above tests.

The book is easy to read and understand. Not too super textual. I purchased my book "new" as well, and it did not come with the passkey. Luckily it was not needed.

Also, FYI, the chapter questions in this book are not the same as the older edition. I tried to be cheap by purchasing the older edition book for my course.But if your syllabus has you doing the review or reflection questions at the end of each chapter- you will need the edition specified by your instructor.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great condition!
This book was in the condition promised, if not better.It arrived before the promised date. ... Read more

2. Nonverbal Learning Disabilities at Home: A Parent's Guide
by Pamela B. Tanguay
Paperback: 267 Pages (2001-03)
list price: US$19.95 -- used & new: US$5.50
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Asin: 1853029408
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Do you know a child who is bright, charming and articulate, but has no friends? A child who showed early signs of intelligence, but is now floundering, academically and emotionally? Children with Nonverbal Learning Disabilities (NLD) are an enigma. They're children with extraordinary gifts and heartbreaking challenges that go far beyond the classroom.Nonverbal Learning Disabilities at Home explores the variety of daily life problems children with NLD may face, and provides practical strategies for parents to help them cope and grow, from preschool age through their challenging adolescent years. The author, herself the parent of a child with NLD, provides solutions to the everyday challenges of the disorder, from early warning signs and self-care issues to social skills and personal safety. User-friendly and highly practical, this book is an essential guide for parents in understanding and living with NLD, and professionals working with these very special children. ... Read more

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2-0 out of 5 stars not for the older NLD child
I returned the book.It was designed for the child diagnosed at a young age.We were diagnosed at 15.Found other books that were more helpful (also from Amazon) Nonverbal Learning Disabilities by Marieke Molenaar-Klumper, which is more clinical, but a very good book and Helping a Child with Nonverbal Learning Disorder or Aspergers Disorder by Kathryn Stewart, this one less clinical, and more practical.Talk about the similarities and differences between NLD and AD.

5-0 out of 5 stars greate book!
ad excellent ad the version for school!very helpful for a parent with a kid with a new diagnosis.

5-0 out of 5 stars Extremely Helpful
I found this book extremely helpful. My 15 year old daughter was recently diagnosed with NLD so I am playing "catch up".For years we thought she had ADD and more recently, mental illness.She was fine socially until middle school and then she just couldn't "keep up" with her friends.
Everything in the book from personal care to academics is so accurate for her.She is however athletic, and, contrary to what the book says, can hit a softball.Just like the author's daughter my daughter is also musical. This is a must read for all parents.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great reference!
I wish I had this book when my child was younger. However, even now it is helpful in understanding more about what he struggles with and how I can help. It's nice to have a book where you don't have to read it cover to cover but rather can turn to a page to answer your current concern.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very Helpful Book
This book has provided me with very needed insight into the issues my son has been experiencing and can't express.It explained alot of what we have been going through for years.What we thought was an attitude & disciplinary issue has actually been a learning disability.

My son was diagnosed in August '07 with high functioning Asperger's & NLD.He is 11 years old.I have had so much difficulty finding support & knowledge.This book was a good start! ... Read more

3. The Complete Learning Disabilities Handbook: Ready-to-Use Strategies and Activities for Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities (Jossey-Bass Teacher)
by Joan M. Harwell, Rebecca Williams Jackson
Paperback: 416 Pages (2008-10-20)
list price: US$32.95 -- used & new: US$20.09
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Asin: 0787997552
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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The third edition of this classic resource is a comprehensive source of information, strategies, and activities for working with learning disabled students. The book offers special educators, classroom teachers, and parents a wealth of new and proven suggestions and ready-to-use materials for helping LD students of all ages learn and perform at their fullest potential. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Wish I had this as a new teacher!
This is a thick handbook, packed with useful resources. The overview of learning disabilities includes information and graphics simple enough for me to use it when explaining their disabilities to my students. The research section is comprehensive and offers ten different graphic organizers that teachers could use ready-made. The law section may become outdated in the future unless they print new editions (though, since this edition has a publication date of 2008, it should be fine for a while, plus it's brief so it doesn't make a big difference for the text). The early child ed chapter provides solid information on developmental milestones and age-appropriate activities. While the student study team (SST) chapter is helpful, each district has their own ways of handling this, so it may have limited usefulness depending on your district strategies. The chapters on assessment (for identification purposes) and planning (for eligibility and IEP processes) are clear yet general enough to apply to different states. The classroom management chapter offered good advice for all teachers, including real-life scenarios to conisder and ideas for utilizing classroom assistants/paraprofessionals. The academic management chapter was a good overview, but the book blew me away in the chapter "Interventions for Specific Problems" with plenty of student work examples, tough scenarios, and clear and simple solutions that could be used the next day. The content-specific chapters (reading, writing, math) were detailed with a plethora of practical strategies and tools to use in the classroom. The final two chapters, about working with adolescents/adults with LDs and about working with the family as a whole, provide great guidance in two areas that are often overlooked by teachers.

All in all, this is a fantastic resource. The weak spots, the law chapter and SST one, didn't detract from the usefulness of the rest, so it deserves 5 stars. Also, the book isn't text-heavy; it has lots of tables, charts, sample forms, and graphics that present the information in varied ways.

I think general education teachers need this for any struggling student, not just those with LDs, and a special educator could use it for students with a variety of exceptionalities. It may be LD-specific, but it certainly isn't limited to LD in its usefulness.

5-0 out of 5 stars Studying for GACE
I bought this to study for a teacher certification test after reading that the official GACE study guides weren't preparing other educators to do well on the SpEds test. (I took the general test for 6-12 grade). This book was great; it did exactly what I intended it to do--help me rock the GACE SpEd exam! My scores were excellent. This book has what you need to get the SpEds perspective as an educator.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent resource for special education teachers
I've been teaching special education for 10 years. This is the book I wish I would have had my first year of teaching. I flagged almost every page while I was searching through for great ideas to use with my students. I definitely recommend this book for any new or seasoned special education teacher/regular education teacher. This book is full of excellent resources. This is a must have and you'll be happy with your purchase! =)

5-0 out of 5 stars A great reference
This is a book that would be great for the busy teacher, as it offers a clear, relevant guide to special needs issues. Excellent! ... Read more

4. Learning Disabilities: A to Z: A Complete Guide to Learning Disabilities from Preschool to Adulthood
by Corinne Smith, Lisa Strick
Paperback: 528 Pages (2010-09-07)
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The world of learning disabilities is undeniably complicated and challenging. Shining a bright light into this territory, Learning Disabilities: A to Z has long been the trusted resource for parents, helping them navigate the tough issues and arming them with the knowledge necessary to advocate for their children at school. Covering every stage of development from the first day of preschool to the first day on the job, this updated edition also addresses current topics:

• Important new discoveries in brain function and information processing

• Education reforms made under the No Child Left Behind Act

• Significant advances in educational technology, information on testing, medication, improving behavior and motivation, and more . . .

Corinne Smith, a leading expert in the field of learning disabilities, and Lisa Strick, a writer who knows firsthand the challenges of raising a child with learning problems, have brilliantly updated their essential guide for parents and teaching professionals. Compassionate and encouraging, Learning Disabilities: A to Z will continue to be the book parents reach for again and again as their children grow. ... Read more

5. Learning Disabilities: Characteristics, Identification, and Teaching Strategies (6th Edition)
by William N. Bender
Hardcover: 464 Pages (2007-06-11)
list price: US$128.00 -- used & new: US$74.18
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Asin: 0205515533
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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<>This edition presents guidelines for using Response to Intervention (RTI) as an eligibility tool as well as differentiated instruction for the general education class.  Detailed coverage of the most up-to-date classroom practices, the latest research, and critical issues are also presented.


Using the author's more than 27 years of experience in working with children and adolescents who have learning disabilities, the Sixth Edition of Learning Disabilities presents the latest research and information on LD in each developmental area. It focuses on identification and eligibility issues, incorporating the newly released rules and regulations on RTI, IDEA 2004, and the No Child Left Behind legislation.  The text also stresses both the characteristics of students with learning disabilities as well as classroom-tested instructional strategies. With up-to-date content, this practical guide also offers insight into practical educational concerns from a teacher's perspective, as well as the relevant scholarship.

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5-0 out of 5 stars Required Text
I needed this book for a class. It is written in an easy to understand format. It is also a bit smaller than a standard textbook, making it easier to carry. A pretty good first chapter on the history of learning disabilities. ... Read more

6. Nonverbal Learning Disabilities at School: Educating Students With Nld, Asperger Syndrome and Related Conditions
by Pamela B. Tanguay
Paperback: 285 Pages (2002-03)
list price: US$24.95 -- used & new: US$17.00
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Asin: 1853029416
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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In this companion book to her successful Nonverbal Learning Disabilities at Home, Pamela Tanguay addresses issues related to the academic education of the child with NLD and related conditions. Topics such as school placement, program modifications, and social/emotional issues are covered, as well as specific teaching strategies, from how to deal with essay questions, to tips on helping the student master long division, and ideas for improving reading comprehension. The author defines and discusses concepts such as frontloading and a cooperative learning environment, and explains how they benefit the student with NLD and related conditions. ... Read more

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2-0 out of 5 stars not for the older NLD child

I returned the book. It was designed for the child diagnosed at a young age. We were diagnosed at 15. Found other books that were more helpful (also from Amazon) Nonverbal Learning Disabilities by Marieke Molenaar-Klumper, which is more clinical, but a very good book and Helping a Child with Nonverbal Learning Disorder or Aspergers Disorder by Kathryn Stewart, this one less clinical, and more practical. Talk about the similarities and differences between NLD and AD.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great book for someone getting a diagnosis
just found out my son has Asperger's and the dr. gave us this book.I have read it twice.I have highlighted and tabbed.I have recomended it to every person on the IEP team and every friend with a child on the spectrum.I have also told my family to read it so they can better understand what we are dealing with.This book made me step out of my denial and realize the diagnosis is real but it isn't a death sentence - it is something that you can and will deal with. I have had many people thank me for recomending the book.Eveyrone with a kid on the spectrum should read it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Non-verbal learning disabilities
What an outstanding book!This is the first one that provided significant, carefully thought out suggestions on how to teach a child with this disability in school.

5-0 out of 5 stars good clear resource guide to share with school
My son is 11 with NLD and this book will clearly help me in explaining to the middle school guidance department what exactly he needs to receive in order to succeed.Well-written and concise.

5-0 out of 5 stars Helpful for Parents
This book is so helpful!I can't believe how much this book described our son.We were able to help ourselves become better, more understanding parents - and we helped the school with ideas to help him there as well. ... Read more

7. K & W Guide to Colleges for Students with Learning Disabilities, 9th Edition (College Admissions Guides)
by Princeton Review, Marybeth Kravets, Imy Wax
Paperback: 848 Pages (2007-09-04)
list price: US$29.95 -- used & new: US$19.77
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Asin: 0375766332
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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A comprehensive resource for selecting the right college for students with learning disabilities, the K&W Guide to Colleges for Students with Learning Disabilities includes profiles of over 300 schools, advice from specialists in the field of learning disabilities, and strategies to help students find the best match for their needs.

Each school profile includes:
·Services available at each college—from tutors to special testing arrangements
·Admissions requirements for each program
·Policies and procedures about course waivers and substitutions
·Contact information for program administrators

This guide also provides a reference list with essential program information for an additional 1,000 schools. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Parent of children with learning disabilities
As a parent of children with learning disabilities I am acutely aware of the fact that not all learning disabilities are the same and they can not all be overcome without some very specific interventions. Claiming all colleges can supply the needed aid to LD students implies that there are a much greater population of trained special needs teacher in the world than there is. This book is a wonderful resourse for finding those teachers and the schools with the greatest assortment of learning aids for LD students.Perhaps it is possible for some LD students to succeed in any school if they self advocate enough and are fortunate to find the right consulor and teacher. But there are schools available which make the college process less painful and more successful for LD students so what parent wouldn't want to know about them. This book provides a wonderful resourse for families of LD students with well presented school information and how it is designed to help specific LDs

5-0 out of 5 stars Thorough catalog of college services is appreciated
As an often frustrated parent of a bright, talented ADHD boy, I appreciate this source of information regarding colleges' ability to serve students with LD/ADHD. It is a great time saver - last week my husband and I visited a small college and asked one of their very experienced special ed professors if she would recommend her college for my son, and she said no - look for one that is geared for the ADHD student. We will be using the K&W Guide for our next step with our older son. My son's ability to advocate for himself is evolving - he is not organized enough (yet) to think through what he has to do in college. He still needs external structure. Finally, I have used one of the authors as an educational consultant for both my sons, and I have been absolutely amazed at how quickly she developed an accurate assessment of their essential issues. Her recommendations have been right-on and it's easy to tell how deep her experience is.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't limit yourself with outdated application advice
This book is full of blatant lies! It insists disability accomodations are only available at certain campuses--when the Americans with Disabilities Act requires them made available at ALL colleges and universities throughout America. Don't limit your opportunities and potential because the author/publisher of this guide is illiterate!

As a person with a learning disability, who HAS successfully completed her college degrees, I honestly vouch that self-advocacy IS required at any college you are accepted to and enroll at.

In addition to falsely implying that people with disabilities can only enroll at a limited number of campuses, these guides also 'forget' that students are legally required toself-advocate for their accomodations at any college campus which they are ultimately accepted to and then enroll at. No campus, unlike K-12 special education,just gives accomodations to you!

It has nothing to do with intended major or extra curricular hobbies. The self-advocacy is what ultimately allows us to receive the same accommodations which we need to successfully complete class assignments and then graduate. The advocacy also provides us with the accomodations (where also required) for on-campus living/student life...etc. College students MUST understand that their campus is legally covered by a different set of disability laws than had existed in the k-12 environment.

Now, ANY college campus only has to provide 'reasonable accommodation' to a student with disabilities. It is not under any circumstances obligated to retain every one of us wanting to earn a degree no matter how 'nice' or `hard-working' we are. We must instead prove that we can do the `regular' work at a `regular' speed' compared against people without disabilities.

Nor is it required to deal with the concerns of our parents, irrespective of how concerned they are that we be able to complete that desired degree.

If they haven't already, the last years of high school are a prime opportunity for a person with disabilities to develop our own self advocacy skills, especially in exercise at our own annual IEP meetings. We need to be the ones ourselves who are meeting with college officials. If we do not advocate for accommodations, nobody else legally can at the college environment.

College administrators simply do not have to meet with--let alone listen to parents/guardians--even while taking the tuition money!

Instead of these books, I strongly recommend "Self-Advocacy Skills for Students With Learning Disabilities: Making It Happen in College and Beyond". Henry B. Reiff explains in depth the points which I have briefly covered above, instead advocating that colleges are picked based on the institutions nationally-recognized academic credentials and your degree focus/intended degree focus so that college education will actually be worth something when you do graduate. Wanting people with disabilities ourselves knowing how to properly perform the college application and enrollment processes which will be expected, his book provides a much more realistic perspective than this so-called guide and similar con-jobs.

Their books are about as helpful as encouraging somebody to narrow down and then pick a college based on 'Is it located on a round earth?'.
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8. Learning Disabilities: From Identification to Intervention
by Jack M. Fletcher Phd, G. Reid Lyon PhD, PhD Lynn S. Fuchs, PhD Marcia A. Barnes
Hardcover: 324 Pages (2006-11-15)
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Asin: 159385370X
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Evidence based and comprehensive, this important work offers a new approach to understanding and intervening with students with learning disabilities. The authors--leading experts in neuropsychology and special education--present a unique model of learning disabilities that integrates the cognitive, neural, genetic, and contextual factors associated with these disorders. The volume addresses classification, assessment, and intervention for a range of disabilities involved in reading, mathematics, and written expression. With a focus on exploring the evolving scientific base of the field, as well as establishing effective educational practices, this book will serve as an essential text and an indispensable resource for school psychologists, neuropsychologists, special educators, and others who work with struggling learners.
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1-0 out of 5 stars Too Academic
I was very disappointed with this book. I was looking for some practical things I could do to help children who have severe reading problems. This is not the book. The chapter on Word Recognition is nothing more than a summary of programs that work well and statistical analysis. Not good for teachers!

5-0 out of 5 stars Very Pleased
As a CSD major with an Exceptional Education minor, this book has helped me become more aware of the various subtypes of SLI, including Specific learning disability. It also helps to make identification for each of these disabilities a little easier. Great book, I highly recommend it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Director of a learning disabilities center
This is a professionally written text with excellent information about learning disabilities. It is appropriate for professionals in the field, as well as parents with a background knowledge of learning disabilities.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great resource!!
Having taught reading disabled children and subscribing to the MSL and VAKT methodology as well as Linda Mood Bell I LOVE being able to refer to asuccinct well written resource.
The book to own ...if you are just starting out or have been in Reading a long time. Great resource!!

5-0 out of 5 stars A logical-minded, information-packed compendium.
Written by the expert team of Jack M. Fletcher, G. Reid Lyon, Lynn S. Fuchs & Marcia A. Barnes, Learning Disabilities: From Identification to Intervention is an evidence-based presentation of cutting-edge information about assessing and dealing with learning disabilities, with especial focus upon reading disabilities (word recognition, fluency, or comprehension-related), mathematics disabilities, and written expression disabilites. Though more of a scholarly assessment and description of the latest findings than a "how-to" manual per se, Learning Disabilities is sure to prove an invaluable, up-to-date resource especially for educators with responsibility for learning disabled-children, as well as anyone recognizing the "unexpected underachievement" that often signifies LDs and staging an appropriate intervention. A logical-minded, information-packed compendium. ... Read more

9. Essentials of Specific Learning Disability Identification (Essentials of Psychological Assessment)
by Dawn P. Flanagan, Vincent C. Alfonso
Paperback: 432 Pages (2010-11-30)
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Asin: 0470587601
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  • Complete coverage on how SLD manifests in academic performance
  • Expert advice on theory- and research-based approaches to SLD identification
  • Conveniently formatted for rapid reference

Quickly acquire the knowledge and skills you need to accurately identify specific learning disabilities

Essentials of Specific Learning Disability Identification provides a brief overview examining the definitions and classification systems of—and methods for—identification of specific learning disabilities (SLDs). Focusing on descriptive efforts of the manifestations of SLDs in the academically critical areas of reading, writing, math, oral expression, and listening comprehension, this book features contributions by leading experts in the field, including Virginia Berninger, Steven Feifer, Jack Fletcher, Nancy Mather, Jack Naglieri, and more.

Like all the volumes in the Essentials of Psychological Assessment series, each concise chapter features numerous callout boxes highlighting key concepts, bulleted points, and extensive illustrative material, as well as test questions that help you gauge and reinforce your grasp of the information covered.

With multiple perspectives spanning several different theoretical orientations and offering various approaches to SLD identification that can be put into practice right away—from RTI methods to cognitive strengths and weaknesses approaches—this book offers important content for professionals who work with children and youth at risk for learning disabilities. With a Foreword by Cecil Reynolds, Essentials of Specific Learning Disability Identification presents rich and up-to-date information on models and methods of SLD identification. ... Read more

10. Differentiating Instruction for Students With Learning Disabilities (Multimedia Kit): A Multimedia Kit for Professional Development
by William N. (Neil) Bender
Hardcover: 56 Pages (2008-07-22)
list price: US$299.95 -- used & new: US$267.61
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Asin: 141296721X
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This multimedia package helps facilitators lead training on differentiating instruction.

Includes: VHS Videotape (42 min.), DVD, Facilitator’s Guide, Companion Book

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5-0 out of 5 stars Another great book packed with useful information by Dr. Bender.
If you are trying to implement RTI, this book and his other one "Response to Intervention" are clear guides for professionals.

5-0 out of 5 stars Plenty of tested, tried applications
Both general and special education teachers and college-level collections catering to them will find essential the second edition of Differentiating Instruction for Students with Learning Disabilities. This offers standards-based teaching techniques that incorporate the latest brain research studies, and offer new information on universal design strategies for the classroom. From teaching tips to reflective teaching and exercises, DIFFERENTIATING INSTRUCTION holds plenty of tested, tried applications suitable for both specialty teaching and the general classroom alike.

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11. Poverty Is NOT a Learning Disability: Equalizing Opportunities for Low SES Students
Paperback: 160 Pages (2009-07-30)
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These strategies, training resources, and more help improve the performance of students of low socioeconomic status by preventing their misidentification as learning disabled and supporting school-readiness skills. ... Read more

12. Helping Children with Nonverbal Learning Disabilities to Flourish: A Guide for Parents and Professionals
by Marilyn Martin
Paperback: 240 Pages (2007-03-15)
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Asin: 1843108585
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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When you continuously cannot find the bathroom in your best friend's house, or you cannot print the letter 't' when all your friends are writing volumes, you notice and you ask questions. So it was for Marilyn Martin's daughter, Sara, who was diagnosed with Nonverbal Learning Disability (NLD).
This book skilfully combines a comprehensive guide to NLD with the inspiring story of how Sara transformed herself from that young girl whose existence seemed darkened by learning difficulties into the capable young woman she is today.
In Helping Children with Nonverbal Learning Disabilities to Flourish, Marilyn Martin presents a comprehensive developmental profile of children with NLD. She explores the controversies surrounding the disorder so parents and professionals can identify learners with NLD and insure they receive early intervention. Offering practical advice on NLD at home and at school, she describes step-by-step interventions for improving a range of skills from penmanship to social acumen.
This book is essential reading for parents and professionals working with children with NLD. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Helping Children with Nonverbal Learning Diabilities to Flourish: Guide for parents and Profressionals
A must book for parents with Learning Disabilities Children. It has helped me to understand my daughter who is NLD even better. The guides are very useful and practical.

5-0 out of 5 stars eye opening book
This book is a must for parents and professionals in the field of learning disabilities.So little is known about symptoms and remediation for right side brain learning issues.The fact that Ms. Martin has a daughter with this issue makes her insight more credible, insightful and impassioned. Very readable for anyone.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent choice for both professionals and parents

Marilyn Martin has taken much of the mystery out of NLD in this very readable, thorough book.She includes not only the latest findings and strategies for working with children with this disability, but also her own experiences with her daughter, a person with NLD who is now a successful adult.Chapters about Sara are amusing, poignant, and beautifully written.They convey the everyday struggles of childrenwith NLD.Other chapters are very practical and clear, identifying approaches and materials that help children like Sara flourish.The book will be a boon to parents, teachers, and other professionals.
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13. Learning Disabilities: The Interaction of Students and their Environments (5th Edition)
by Corinne Roth Smith
Paperback: 608 Pages (2003-08-21)
list price: US$128.00 -- used & new: US$117.54
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Asin: 0205319521
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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This text's reputation for an impeccable research base and current, relevant references is complemented in this new edition by an easy narrative style that grabs student interest and attention and an increased coverage of practical classroom practice issues and depiction of the personal, human side of learning disabilities. The text helps future teachers access the latest research and theory in an easily understood way, so the "big picture" is clear and they can confidently apply these concepts in their daily clinical teaching decisions.With more than 60 real-life vignettes, numerous LD simulations, and extensive illustrations of student work, the Fifth Edition helps future teachers understand the progression of learning, development, and social skills in the average student, how and why the patterns of the learning disabled differ, and why not all methods work for all children.Sensitized to family and school learning expectations and interaction patterns that can promote learning, future teachers learn how to match their interventions to each student's unique strength and weakness patterns in a way that is culturally affirming, takes advantage of instructional methods and technology that work, and promotes the skill set and social-emotional adjustment that will facilitate a student's transition to adult life. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent service
The product arrived in the condition mentioned. I was very impressed with the speedy service! ... Read more

14. Learning Disabilities: A to Z: A Parent's Complete Guide to Learning Disabilities from Preschool to Adulthood
by Corinne Smith, Lisa Strick
Paperback: 416 Pages (1999-05-25)
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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"This book is about helping youngsters with learning disabilities hold onto their dreams. It is also about helping their mothers and fathers negotiate the maze of challenges that so often leaves parents and students alike feeling overwhelmed and helpless."

Writing with warmth and compassion Corinne Smith and Lisa Strick explain the causes, identification, and treatment of learning disabilities and present a wealth of practical strategies for helping youngsters become successful both in and out of the classroom:

* Recognizing a learning problem that won't be "outgrown"
* Designing an effective educational program that targets a student's strengths (not one that focuses only on weaknesses)
* Negotiating effectively for what your child needs at school
* Avoiding dead-end practices that rob students of motivation and self-esteem
* Managing problem behaviors at home
* Planning ahead for college and career

Enriched throughout with personal stories, case histories, and tips from parents who have "been there," Learning Disabilities: A to Z is an easy-to-use, up-to-the-minute resource for parents and professionals who work with children and adolescents. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Good book for a better understanding of learning disabilities...
I learned a lot from this book. How frustrating must it be for a child or anyone to be thought of as lazy or having a lack of care, when in reality they are struggling to just grasp what is being taught. This book gives clear examples of why a child may seem good in math one day and bad the next... or in any other subject. If you have a child or are helping a child with learning disabilities, I would definitely recommend this book. If you suspect your child has a learning disability, this would be an excellent book to read. One thing that was particularly interesting to me is that the part of the brain that controls speech is closely connected to the part of the brain that controls the fine motor muscles. A child I am working with had speech problems AND is extremely clumsy. This clicked for me. The book is easy to read and gives intermittent short personal stories that clarify the different learning issues children face. It was very helpful to me. I give it an A+++++++++!

5-0 out of 5 stars great book
pete english, you spelled facet wrong. hehe. sometimes when i am home alone, i google myself (copyrighted).

5-0 out of 5 stars Incredibly Helpful
For any parent facing the possibility or reality that their child has learning problems this is the book I would recommend. I cannot think of a question it did not answer or a facit of the topic it did not cover. It helped me enormously - I am on my second read and this time I am taking notes.

5-0 out of 5 stars Lifesaver
When my daughter was diagnosed with a learning disability I was lost at how to deal withthe school system.The first time we did her IEP I did not know what to expect.There weren't any parent advocates for us at the time of her IEP.This book prepared me on how to be an advocate for my child.I educated myself about her needs from the book and had alot of confidence when meeting with the school system to plan her education for the following year.Actually I went to the meeting knowing what to ask for and how to ask for it.It worked out that the items I asked for she received.Now we constantly use the book as a reference guide when we are unsure of something.This book is good right up into adulthood when your child is choosinghigher education or out in the workforce.It was a lifesaver for us and a great learning tool!

5-0 out of 5 stars A MUST HAVE for the parents of LD child!
I borrowed this book from the library and then I'm here now to buy it for my own.This book goes through each type of disability, how they are identified and will guide you through the maze of school testing, IEP's,and how to be your child's advocate to make sure they are gettingeverything they should be getting from their education!Great detail onemotional growth, planning for the future and assessment measures! ... Read more

15. Learning Disabilities and Challenging Behaviors: A Guide to Intervention & Classroom Management
by Nancy Mather, Sam Goldstein
Paperback: 467 Pages (2008-04-30)
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Two reasons educators want to implement this book's Building Blocks model in their classroom: They'll have an innovative framework to help them understand the reasons why students in K-12 struggle. They'll have the proven strategies to help students learn. The Building Blocks model is practical, supported by research, and easy to implement. It identifies ten areas important to school success (the building blocks), divided into three levels: the foundational level includes attention and impulse control, emotion and behavior, self-esteem, and learning environment blocks the symbolic processing and memory level contains the visual, auditory, and motor skills blocks the conceptual level comprises using strategies and thinking with language and images A detailed questionnaire for each block helps identify a student's strengths and limitations, cultivate their strengths, address the weaker areas, and develop appropriate accommodations and instructional interventions. Each chapter contains proven teacher strategies to give educators direct information to meet students' individual needs. Once educators understand the causes of students' classroom challenges, educators can design individualized and effective interventions. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars A serious Approach to LD - Not for the Faint of Heart
This is a very dense and comprehensive resource for professionals involved with children who have learning disabilities and challenging behaviors. It is not a light read. If you wish to update your knowledge of current research on a specific topic or gain a thorough understanding of a particular set of challenging behaviors - this book can satisfy that need.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Must Read for Teachers and Parents
Very informative and eye opening.If you are the parent of or work with children with LD I definitely recommend reading this book. ... Read more

16. Peterson's Colleges With Programs for Students With Learning Disabilities or Attention Deficit Disorders (Peterson's Colleges With Programs for Students ... Or Attention Deficit Disorders, 5th ed)
Paperback: 663 Pages (1997-10)
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Isbn: 156079853X
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars very disappointing guide
I received the book and intend to return it as it is not useful. There are many colleges that are missing. For example, I know of one college nearby that has a special program for LD students, and this college is not even mentioned! Like another person stated, the book is dry and does not give personalized information on the colleges.

5-0 out of 5 stars Practical Guidance for LD College Applicants
Lists over 1,000 2 and 4 year colleges that welcome students with learning disabilities.Includes schools that offer services and comprehensive programs.CD-ROM and quick-reference chart provided.Entries for colleges include student support services, number of students with LD and/or ADD, staff information, founding date of LD services, and number of staff members.Special services such as academic advising, counseling services, remediaiton of basic skills, subject area tutoring, special courses, auxilliary aids, and services are described. For colleges with comprehensive programs, the book lists special fees and details of the program.The book states if services are available to graduate students.

Review adapted from Learning A Living; A Guide to Planning Your Career and Finding A Job for People with Learning Disabilities, Attention Deficit Disorder, and Dyslexia

2-0 out of 5 stars not helpful
I guess I ordered this book thinking it would help with a pretty normal ADD kid; instead it focuses on kids who are severely disabled, is very dry reading, and not helpful unless you have a child with a true disability.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good, but too many colleges are not included; none are rated
This is one of very few large directories available which deal with LD programs/services forcollege students.However, it combines 2-year and 4-year colleges so the number of colleges included is misleading.I wantedto see more about 4-year colleges.Additionally, there were no HBCUsincluded at all.Finally, I would have appreciated some kind of rating of"quality."

4-0 out of 5 stars a great guide to colleges for students with special needs
a terrific resource for finding the right schools for students who are challenged and in need of special programs ... Read more

17. Learning Disabilities and Life Stories
by Pano Rodis, Andrew Garrod, Mary Lynn Boscardin
Paperback: 247 Pages (2000-06-19)
list price: US$54.60 -- used & new: US$21.17
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Asin: 0205320104
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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This anthology is comprised of two major components: thirteen full-length, autobiographical essays written by persons with learning disabilities and five analytical chapters written by education and psychology scholars. Speaking in terms alternately intimate and analytical, the autobiographical essays each tell of a sustained personal encounter with the challenges and mysteries of living with a learning disability. But these autobiographies are not merely personal, concerned solely with their writers' private lives.Rather, they are also in various ways consciously analytical, offering astute critical readings of culture and society.The scholarly essays are written by such noted educators and psychologists as Lisa Delpit, Robert Kegan, and Janet Lerner. For any educator or parent of students with learning disabilities. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Walk a mile in my shoes.....
If you are contemplating a career in special education or have a child or friend with learning disabilities I highly recommend you read this book. You have first hand accounts of what it is like dealing with the day to day difficulties, frustrations and emotions faced by individuals with various types of disabilities. These are their own personal stories told with their unique insight.Very good read.

5-0 out of 5 stars Touching!
This book was recommended by an instructor for a class this semester. What a book! The editors present a series of essays from individuals who have various learning disabilities and how they have approached a hostile world, and how they have handled their journey. If you want to know how a child feels this is the book to read. You will walk away with a different viewpoint of people who are differently abled.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good experience
This seller delivered exactly what they promised: a great quality book that arrived quickly.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Landmark Work
Learning Disabilities and Life Stories is a landmark work. It is one of the few books that provides the 'insider's' perspective on the complex, controversial problem of learning disabilities. Thirteen college students vividly recount how LD affected their academic, social and emotional lives, and how they overcame these problems. Some of the students also suffered from ADHD, emotional problems (i.e. anxiety), and social problems (i.e. stigma). Although these students are probably not representative of the entire population of LD students, their stories make a wonderful contribution to the understanding of LD.

This is a must-read book for educators, parents, and LD students. It is especially helpful for LD students. They will likely find a particular author that they relate to. The 13 authors have a variety of life experiences, learning problems (i.e. dyslexia, auditory processing difficulties, etc.), and perspectives on LD. Each story is inspirational in its own way. As each author attended college, the book is especially suited to inspired other LD students to consider pursuing higher education.

Also read: The Pretenders by Barbara Guyer. She is a teacher who vividly describes the lives of adults with LD.

New Ways of Looking at Learning Disabilities is an excellent book for educators.

2-0 out of 5 stars Slow Delivery
I didn't even need it by the time I received it.It took that long... ... Read more

18. Learning Outside The Lines: Two Ivy League Students With Learning Disabilities And ADHD Give You The Tools
by Jonathan Mooney, David Cole
Paperback: 288 Pages (2000-09-05)
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Learning with YOUR purpose in mind -- not your parents', not your teacher's, not your school's

Every day, your school, your teachers, and even your peers draw lines to
measure and standardize intelligence. They decide what criteria make one person smart and another person stupid. They decide who will succeed and who will just get by. Perhaps you find yourself outside the norm, because you learn differently -- but, unlike your classmates, you have no system in place that consistently supports your ability and desire to learn. Simply put, you are considered lazy and stupid. You are expected to fail.

Learning Outside the Lines is written by two such "academic failures" -- that is, two academic failures who graduated from Brown University at the top of their class. Jonathan Mooney and David Cole teach you how to take control of your education and find true success -- and they offer all the reasons why you should persevere. Witty, bold, and disarmingly honest, Learning Outside the Lines takes you on a journey toward personal empowerment and profound educational change, proving once again that rules sometimes need to be broken.Amazon.com Review
Criticism for the public school system in the United States is nothing new; kids of all skill levels are slipping through the cracks at every age and in every city. Rather than attempting to change the system or point out it's failures, Jonathon Mooney and David Cole have created a practical guide to help kids jump through the necessary hoops to achieve whatever larger, postschool goals they may have. While much of the material is written for kids who've received the label LD or ADHD, many of the suggestions can be just as helpful for those who've been labeled "gifted," or any other student who feels frustrated with the daily routine of standard education.

The introduction (personal histories of the authors) is great reading for parents of LD or ADHD kids, and much of it has a humorous tone that makes it equally appropriate (and approachable) for discouraged adolescents. From the terror of weekly spelling tests to the few inspiring teachers and tutors the two encountered, the tales are equal parts entertaining, poignant, and encouraging to others who may well be experiencing quite similar events. There's little discussion of what methods are right or wrong--ultimately, both authors take a fundamentally pragmatic view, and it's "right" if it worked. A steady focus on study skills fills the majority of the book, and Mooney and Cole take what are generally pretty familiar stands on note-taking and test preparation and break them down into easily digestible concepts. With different methods for different types of learners (visual thinkers are encouraged to use maps and brightly colored markers), students will find plenty of help in creating notebooks, focusing their attention, and even appropriate ways of conducting the infamous all-nighter. Including information on how to recover lost class notebooks, how to make the most of a syllabus, and "The Seven Habits of Highly Disorganized People," Learning Outside the Lines provides students with plenty of tools to further each reader's personal idea of success. --Jill Lightner ... Read more

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2-0 out of 5 stars Kindle Book Review
Have the book in hard copy - excellent value.Rating is for the Kindle version.A book about coping with learning disabilities and the publisher has NOT enbabled Text To Speech?

Kind of ironic if it wasn't so sad.Won't buy any Kindle edition unless Speech is enabled.

1-0 out of 5 stars Unsuitable language
I would have liked to buy this book after reading some of the reviews, but the vulgar language turned me off.It's unnecessary, and makes the book totally unsuitable reading for anyone who prefers to live outside the garbage can.Sorry, folks - your readers deserve to hear your message, but your language puts up a barrier that makes it impossible.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Damn Book About ADHD EVER!!!
I don't care how many F*** the writer put down on this book. This book has life! It reminded me of who I am. A person who are Dyslexic who has ADHD who suffer like hell in school being bullied and treated unfairly. Those years in a grammar school was the worst days of my life, elementary school were no better. Just a number of handful teachers that I remembered that really cared and took me under their wings.Dad went bankrupt several times. We cannot pay for school. I continue school after waiting for three years only to stop again because dad's finance gone under, again!

Life was bloody hard . Mom beats me like a dog in order to get those stupidity out of my system but no it never worked.

Whenever there's test at school she would make me study for hours and hours until 3 am or 5 am when she saw me closing my eyes because I was so tired and sleepy she would slapmy face to wake me up. And you may ask "you've work so hard, does it worked" Hell no!I do read, my mouth wasmaking noise , but all those word that I read does not and never register in my mind NEVER.

Home was like Hell to me, School was nothing better.

How can I not rebel ? My system is screaming inside me in order to survive!!

My mom kept on calling me crazy. I went to bed with her voice hovering over my head I can hear her say "you're crazy" and at a time I thought if I did not make a proclamation to myself saying" I am not crazy and will never be " Iknow for sure that I will have a nervous break down. I can't sleep for may nights. My heart felt as if it would leap over my chest.Life was HELL Truly Hell .

When I was 16 I read a book by a pastor in order to criticise him and insult him I want to curse him and tell him how stupid he was and what a liar it is and what a waste of time worshipping the God of Dillusion. Instead I drop on both of my knees and pray the prayer of repentace. I receive Jesus as my Lord and Savior.

I make a pat to myself to read the bible and to read it well. I started with the new testament. Reading was easy. understanding it need time and practice. I read and digest one line per one line slowly...and repeating it again until I really get the meaning of it.

Not to promote on religeon or anything but this is the turning point of change for my mentality. All those years sounding out words without knowing what I was reading suddenly became easy. Used to get grades much lower than D and now beating straight A student became easy.

But it did not happen over night. It takes several years for me to become what I am today.

I am still hyperactive. I can multi task so many things that others has no capability in matching. I however has totally lost the "Deficit Disorder" as I am Hyper Focus.

But Life was hard as an ADHD person . Life was really hard. My son who is 10. Did not start speaking untill he was 6 and that was just a few words.
I was the one who taught him to read and write. Not the school!Definately not the school! He got bullied all the time and he is such a gentle kid and I felt so sorry for him. All those books about helping ADHD had suggest nothing but 'don't forget to take your DAMN medication' but this book inspires me.

This book reminds me of my past with the honesty that the writer himself has poured over his heart and soul into this book and I thank you.

4-0 out of 5 stars Read this ASAP!
Wish I woulda read this in hs or college. Out of all the ADHD books that I have read, this one was the best at providing real suggestions to improve and overcome LDs. The authors both have a good sense of humor too. They make the book easy to read - perfectly targeted for their intended audience. :)

5-0 out of 5 stars A book based in reality
Every book I've ever gotten about A.D.D. focus on diagnosing and medicating the symptoms.Mooney and Cole go into actually living with the pluses and minuses that A.D.D. brings to the table.They cover so many different areas of learning with suggestions on each and multiple suggestions at that.It's very helpful to someone who doesn't want A.D.D. to rule their future academic prospects.
(PS I use A.D.D. instead of A.D.H.D. because not all of us are hyper, some are hypo) ... Read more

19. Learning Disabilities and Related Disorders: Characteristics and Teaching Strategies
by Janet W. Lerner, Frank Kline
Hardcover: 549 Pages (2005-03-23)
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Designed to help pre-service teachers and practicing professionals evaluate and aid students with disabilities, this comprehensive text is guided by three main principles: to aid in the assessment and evaluation of students with learning disabilities, to demonstrate Learning Disabled (LD) theory and its practical applications through the use of case studies, and to provide the most up-to-date information on recent developments and topics of debate in the field. The Tenth Edition continues to stress familiarity with state and national standards, specifically those from the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC). ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars I have not received my order yet.
I am hoping to get my book next week.That is what it said on the order.I live in RSA, so it obviously takes longer.I found it quite easy to buy it through Amazon, though.I hope I receive it this week as I need it for a course I am doing.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Textbook
I bought this book because it was required for a masters class.This is a book I will keep and not resell.It has many strategies for teaching students with learning disabilities.

5-0 out of 5 stars Learning Disabilities and Related Disorders
I think the product was excellent.It came brand new and it was hard cover.I would recommend the book as well as the person who sold it to me.It came very quickly in the mail at a good price.

5-0 out of 5 stars Learning Disabilities:Theories, Diagnosis & Teaching Stra
This is an excellent book.It is very readable and quite informative. I used the book for one of my graduate classes in Learning Disabilities.It was also an excellent review source for Praxis II preparation.Get it if you can, especially if you are planning to be a Special Education teacher.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Special Education Teacher's Bible
I am a teacher of students with mild to moderate specific learning disabilities and I have found this book to be of such a tremendous help, I call it my "special education Bible!"

Professor Lerner has put together a comprehensive book of approaches within the filed of learning disabilities; procedures for assessing and evaluating students; and teaching methods, strategies, and materials. This 8th edition is written with the new IDEA '97 regulations in mind.

Whether you are an undergraduate, or graduate student, pre-service special ed. teacher or an inservice teacher, this text is an invaluable resource that will benefit the novice and the veteran alike. I am in the process of completing my student teaching and I bought this text because I felt that there was so much I still needed to learn about learning disabilities. I am sincere when I say I was not disappointed! ... Read more

20. Teaching Mathematics to Students With Learning Disabilities
by Nancy S. Bley, Carol A. Thornton
 Paperback: 456 Pages (2001-06)
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Asin: 0890798575
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