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ERIC Number: ED037834
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Jul
Pages: 171
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Special Education in the Regular Classroom. John Day Books in Special Education.
Siegel, Ernest
Designed for regular classroom teachers, the book concerns the minimally handicapped child. Concepts discussed are an introduction to special education and the problems of the mildly handicapped child who is mentally retarded, brain injured, or emotionally disturbed, and techniques to aid the teacher with student problems of self-concept, anxiety, attention, organizing, copying written material, coordination, abstract thinking, behavioral problems, and social immaturity. Also included are some additional aspects of the teacher's role such as assisting in identification, gathering information, using supportive services, participating in training programs, lesson planning, and consulting with parents. The role of the school administrator in supporting the teacher, the child, and the program itself and in working with the community is also presented along with the obligations of teacher-training institutions in teacher preparation and cooperation with the community. References follow each chapter. (LE/JM)
John Day Company, Inc., Publishers, 200 Madison Avenue, New York, New York 10016 ($5.50)
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