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by Nancy Mather Ph.D.,Sam Goldstein Ph.D.,Robert Brooks Ph.D.,Ann Richards Ph.D.,Gretchen Schoenfield Ph.D.

ePub Learning Disabilites and Challenging Behaviors: A Guide to Intervention  Classroom Management, Second Edition download
Author:
Nancy Mather Ph.D.,Sam Goldstein Ph.D.,Robert Brooks Ph.D.,Ann Richards Ph.D.,Gretchen Schoenfield Ph.D.
ISBN13:
978-1557669353
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155766935X
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Brookes Publishing; 2 edition (March 25, 2008)
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4 About the Authors Nancy Mather, P. Dr. Mather has also coauthored two books on interpretation and . University of Arizona, College of Education, Department of Disability and Psychoeducational Studies, Education Building 409, Tucson, Arizona Dr. Mather is a professor at the University of Arizona in the Department of Disability and Psychoeducational Studies. Mather has also coauthored two books on interpretation and application of the WJ IV: Woodcock- Johnson IV: Recommendations, Reports, and Strategies with Dr. Lynne E Jaffe (Wiley, in press) and Essentials of WJ IV Tests of Achievement Assessment with Barbara J. Wendling (Wiley, in press).

by Nancy Mather, P. University of Arizona. Tucson Sam Goldstein, P. Neurology, Learning and Behavior Center and University of Utah School of Medicine. Salt Lake City and. Katie Eklund, P. Brookes Publishing ww. rookespublishing. Elaine Cheesman, P. You'll also get fresh contributions from experts on learning disabilities and behavior challenges, plus lists of helpful apps and other online resources.

Nancy Mather, P. A prolific author, Dr. Goldstein has written or co-written guides for parents an.

Professor, Department of Special Education, Rehabilitation, and School Psychology, University of Arizona. SAM GOLDSTEIN, PhD, is a licensed psychologist and is certified as a developmental disabilities evaluator in the State of Utah.

Nancy Mather, Sam Goldstein, Katie Eklund. Why do students in Grades K-12 struggle with social and academic skills, and how can teachers help them develop the competence and confidence they need to succeed?

Nancy Mather, Sam Goldstein, Katie Eklund.

and Sam Goldstein, P. 2008) Raul H. Brookes Publishing C. Inc. Paperback.

by Katie Eklund, Sam Goldstein, Nancy Mather.

Why do children in grades K–12 struggle, and how can teachers help students develop the competence and confidence they need to succeed? This book had all the answers in 2001–and now the fully revised new edition shows teachers how to support children with learning disabilities and behavioral challenges in today's era of high-stakes testing and accountability. They'll have an innovative framework to help them understand the reasons why students in K-12 struggle.

Even more comprehensive and user-friendly than the popular previous edition, this text follows the same basic format: a detailed questionnaire pinpoints student strengths and needs, and the Building Blocks model targets 10 factors and abilities related to school success and gives teachers practical strategies for helping students succeed. With timely new material infused throughout the whole book, pre- and in-service educators will

Keep up with the very latest knowledge on learning disabilities. Every chapter has been revised to reflect the tremendous amount of new research. Address a broader age range with more on the early childhood and elementary yearsIncrease their understanding of how to help students with behavior challenges. An expanded chapter on behavior includes more on preventive approaches to discipline so teachers can address problems before they become severe.Help students with emotional difficulties. Examining emotions as separate from behavior, the authors give readers updated research on a wider range of emotional disorders and difficulties and more information on how to intervene.Teach more effectively in today's diverse classrooms with new information on English language learners and students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds

The reliable, up-to-date research makes this an essential textbook for any course focused on learning disabilities and behavior problems, and the practical advice and guidelines will be a lifeline to in-service teachers year after year. Sure to be a bestseller, this new edition will help educators effectively address variations in children's environments, abilities, needs, and learning styles—and ensure better outcomes for students who struggle.

  • Great book with great information, not really new information for a seasoned teacher, but tons of strategies and a great way to understand the connections of the building blocks. This book was bought for a college course and I found it to be one of my most useful books that I will be using again more in the future. I was able to apply it to my teaching now and years to come.

  • Bought this for my online class. Direct to the and is very informative. Did address many vital issues in special education.

  • This book is great for special education teachers, general ed. teachers and parents. It has great tools for assessing a students strengths and weaknesses and offers specific strategies. As a special education teacher who works with mostly students with specific learning disabilities, ADHD and Autism, this book is one of the most valuable that I have purchased. A must have if you work with this population.

  • Useful book. Lots of good info.

  • This book is incredible. I use it as a framework for report writing as an educational diagnostician. It's written for teachers, so it's packed with great ideas for recommendations.

  • 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.

  • Very informative and eye opening. If you are the parent of or work with children with LD I definitely recommend reading this book.