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Book cover: Advances in Special Education

Advances in Special Education

ISSN: 0270-4013
Series editor(s): Dr. Festus E. Obiakor and Dr. Jeffrey P. Bakken

Subject Area: Education

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Volume 19 - Current Issues and Trends in Special Education: Identification, Assessment and Instruction


ISBN: 978-1-84855-668-3
eISBN: 978-1-84855-669-0
Edited by: Festus E. Obiakor, Jeffrey P. Bakken, Anthony F. Rotatori
Published: 2009

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1834287 Preface
(pp. xiii - xiv)
Article type: Editorial
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1834302 Advances in special education
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1834303 Current Issues and Trends in Special Education: Identification, Assessment and Instruction
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1834286 List of contributors
(pp. ix - xi)
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1834304 Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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1834288

Part I: Identification of Students

Chapter 1 Early identification/intervention: The Earlier the better for students with disabilities
Yi-Juin Liu (pp. 3 - 16)
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1834289 Chapter 2 Early identification/intervention: Can misidentification/misintervention impact students, teachers, and families?
Barbara Metzger, Cynthia G. Simpson, Jeffrey P. Bakken (pp. 17 - 34)
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1834290

Part II: Under-Identification and Over-Identification in Special Education

Chapter 3 Can underidentification affect exceptional learners?
Rhonda S. Black (pp. 37 - 51)
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1834291 Chapter 4 Disproportionate representation in special education: Overrepresentation of selected subgroups
Tina Taylor Dyches, Mary Anne Prater (pp. 53 - 71)
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1834292

Part III: Assessment and Accountability In Education

Chapter 5 Standardized testing/accountability: Is NCLB fair for students with disabilities?
Tes Mehring (pp. 75 - 85)
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1834293 Chapter 6 Curriculum-based assessment: The most effective way to assess students with disabilities
Sunday Obi (pp. 87 - 97)
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1834294

Part IV: Labeling and Categorization

Chapter 7 Labeling of students with disabilities: Needed for students to get their needs met
Gathogo M. Mukuria, Jeffrey P. Bakken (pp. 101 - 114)
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1834295 Chapter 8 Labeling of students with disabilities: Unwanted and not needed
Craig Blum, Jeffrey P. Bakken (pp. 115 - 125)
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1834296

Part V: Placement and Inclusion of Students

Chapter 9 The general education classroom: This is not where students with disabilities should be placed
Jeffrey P. Bakken (pp. 129 - 139)
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1834297 Chapter 10 Beyond traditional placement: Making inclusion work in the general education classroom
Festus E. Obiakor, Mateba K. Harris, Anthony F. Rotatori, Bob Algozzine (pp. 141 - 153)
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1834298

Part VI: Instructional Methods for Students with Disabilities

Chapter 11 Behaviorism works in special education
Darlene H. Anderson, Michelle Marchant, Nancy Y. Somarriba (pp. 157 - 173)
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1834299 Chapter 12 Other innovative techniques: Positive behavior supports and response to intervention
John J. Wheeler, Michael R. Mayton (pp. 175 - 195)
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1834300

Part VII: Intervention Methods

Chapter 13 Scientifically supported interventions
Martha L. Thurlow, Courtney Foster, Christopher M. Rogers (pp. 199 - 212)
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1834301 Chapter 14 Scientifically unsupported treatments for students with special needs
Julie A. Deisinger (pp. 213 - 236)
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