|Roger Pierangelo||Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY|
|George Giuliani||Hofstra University|
|© 2007||136 pages||7" x 10"|
|Paperback||ISBN:||9781412917902||$27.95||Add to Cart|
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|About the Authors|
|Introduction: Understanding Special Education Jargon|
|Steps in the Special Education Process|
|1. Step I: The Pre-Referral Process|
|2. Step II: Initial Referral for Special Education Services|
|3. Step III: The Individual Evaluation Process for Special Education|
|4. Step IV: Eligibility for Special Education|
|5. Step V: Procedural Safeguards Under IDEA|
|6. Step VI: IEP Development|
|7. Step VII: Annual Review|
|8. Step VIII: The Triennial Evaluation|
|9. Step IX: Transitional Services From School Age to Adult Life|
|References and Suggested Readings|
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"This book will make a great contribution to special education."
—Colleen Winkler, Gifted & Talented Education Teacher
Riverdale High School, Jefferson, LA
"As a general education teacher, I find that this book provides a concrete explanation of complex terms."
—Kaycee Taylor, Social Studies Teacher
Bainbridge Island High School, WA
Special education "nuts and bolts" questions that you always wanted to know but were afraid to ask.
Attempting to understand the complex state and federal laws, regulations, and policies affecting special education programs can be a daunting task for any educator. In this practical, jargon-free text, Roger Pierangelo and George Giuliani use their combined expertise in special education and the law to explain key concepts and present clear answers to commonly asked questions about disabilities and education.
Ideal for K–12 special education teachers, general education teachers, and education stakeholders, 100 Frequently Asked Questions About Special Education makes an often complex subject understandable to novice teachers and veteran teachers who have not taught students with special needs.
Written in a concise question-and-answer format, this practical guide includes an easily accessible glossary of terms and provides basic information about:
Appropriate for both educators and parents, this reader-friendly guidebook gives adults a working knowledge of the special education process and enhances their skills for helping students reach their full potential.
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