Special Education PB

Special Education PB
This text is about exceptional learners and Special Education. The term exceptional refers to Physical, Social and Intellectual uniqueness; the term learners refers to individuals who are waiting to be taught; and the term Special Education refers to adaptations of typical teaching approaches made to accommodate the uniqueness of the exceptional learner. In the chapters that follow, exceptional learners and their unique learning characteristics are discussed in detail. Also policies and practices in education of disabled children are dealt with and educational approaches and strategies to educate exceptional children and tips for teachers in remediating their problems are also discussed. Exceptional children are those who require Special Education and related services if they are to realize their full human potential. Disabled children must have access to regular schools which is a declaration of UNESCO and UN to provide inclusive education to all children with or without disabilities. This text was written with a commitment to educate teachers, students and parents associated with the education of exceptional children. Its intention was to realize the mission of “education for all” in the regular schools. Thus achieving the goal of universlization of elementary education. For the convenience of the readers the text has been divided into two parts. Part I F the foundations of Special Education, so that the reader can gain insight about the concept of exceptionality, comprehend the process of Special Educ J( m, be aware of the various approaches to Special education and assessment procedures adopted in Special Education. Part II presents the characteristics and education of the different categories of exceptional children, such as; gifted, mentally retarded, learning disabled, visually impaired, hearing impaired, communication disorders, behavior disorders, autistic, ADHD, and physically impaired.
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Special Education PB

Special Education PB
This text is about exceptional learners and Special Education. The term exceptional refers to Physical, Social and Intellectual uniqueness; the term learners refers to individuals who are waiting to be taught; and the term Special Education refers to adaptations of typical teaching approaches made to accommodate the uniqueness of the exceptional learner. In the chapters that follow, exceptional learners and their unique learning characteristics are discussed in detail. Also policies and practices in education of disabled children are dealt with and educational approaches and strategies to educate exceptional children and tips for teachers in remediating their problems are also discussed. Exceptional children are those who require Special Education and related services if they are to realize their full human potential. Disabled children must have access to regular schools which is a declaration of UNESCO and UN to provide inclusive education to all children with or without disabilities. This text was written with a commitment to educate teachers, students and parents associated with the education of exceptional children. Its intention was to realize the mission of “education for all” in the regular schools. Thus achieving the goal of universlization of elementary education. For the convenience of the readers the text has been divided into two parts. Part I F the foundations of Special Education, so that the reader can gain insight about the concept of exceptionality, comprehend the process of Special Educ J( m, be aware of the various approaches to Special education and assessment procedures adopted in Special Education. Part II presents the characteristics and education of the different categories of exceptional children, such as; gifted, mentally retarded, learning disabled, visually impaired, hearing impaired, communication disorders, behavior disorders, autistic, ADHD, and physically impaired.
You can buy the book from Ideakart.com.