Friday, October 21, 2016
Teaching a child with special needs at home and at school: Strategies and tools that really work!
Teaching a Child with Special Needs at Home and at School: Strategies and Tools That Really Work! is a 296-page guide for parents and teachers of children specifically with learning disabilities, high-functioning autism, or Asperger's syndrome. Written by a special educator with over 30 years of experience teaching those with special needs, this book offers instructional strategies and advice about what works for teachers and parents who may homeschool their children.
This book is divided into five sections plus an appendix. In the first section, the author discusses the basic principles of effective instruction and offers a framework of the four key skills for learning. Section two delves into specific areas of deficits that children with special needs often display, while section three offers teaching strategies organized by academic topics. Section four covers evaluation and assessment and section five offers advice on when to seek professional help or evaluation for your student. The appendix at the end of the book contains a list of online and print resources to help further the parent or teacher's own education on the subject of children with special needs.
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