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ERIC Number: ED191244
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1980
Pages: 205
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
ISBN: ISBN-0-86586-106-4
Under One Cover. Maintaining Momentum: Implementing the Least Restrictive Environment.
Hasazi, Susan E., Ed.
The document provides a collection of 33 previously published articles on implementing special education services in the least restrictive environment. Articles are divided into five sections (models for delivery of special education services in the least restrictive environment, training of professionals, individualized education programs, instructional practices, perceptions and attitudes, and parents as partners) and include the following titles and authors: "Who are All the Children" (W. Lance); "Mainstreaming: Definition, Development, and Characteristics" (J. Birch); "Preventive Mainstreaming: Impact of a Supportive Services Program on Pupils" (R. Cantrell and M. Cantrell); "Development and Evaluation of a Resource Teacher Program" (J. Jenkins and W. Mayhall); "An Evaluation of the Teacher Consultant Model as an Approach to Mainstreaming" (T. Miller and D. Sabatino); "Evaluating Mainstreaming Programs: Models, Caveats, Considerations, and Guidelines" (R. Jones et al.); "Higher Education's Role in Mainstreaming: An Example" (H. McKenzie); "Trends and Priorities in Inservice Training" (C. Rude); "Mainstreaming Competency Specifications for Elementary Teachers" (M. Redden and A. Blackhurst); "Training Teachers for the Severely and Profoundly Handicapped: A New Frontier" (S. Stainback et al.); "Special Education Administration Competencies Required of the General Education Administrator" (A. Nevin); "Legislative Intent and Purpose" (J. Harvey); "Issues Regarding the IEP: Teachers on the Front Line" (J. Hayes and S. Higgins); "Staying Out of Jail" (M. Reynolds);"Developing Individualized Education Programs for Young Handicapped Children" (A. Hayden and E. Edgar); "Individualized Education Programing at the Secondary Level" (P. Cegelka and M. Phillips); "Eleven Steps to Good Teaching" (S. Hasazi and R. York); "Meeting Children's Needs through Materials Modification" (L. Goodman); "Practical Task Analysis for Special Educators" (J. Moyer and J. Dardig); "The Assessment Tool that Meets Your Needs: The One You Construct" (J. McCormack, Jr.); "Circles and Tape: An Easy, Teacher Implemented Way to Teach Fundamental Writing Skills" (M. Mendoza et al.); "Punch Me, I Earned It" (F. Crow et al.); "Group Processes for Behavior Change" (R. Harth and S. Morris); "A Severely Hearing Impaired Child in the Mainstream" (P. Coleman et al.); "Mainstreaming: A Model for Including Elementary Students in the Severely Handicapped Classroom" (P. Almond et al.); "Techer Attitudes and the Labeling Process" (I. Smith and S. Greenberg); "I Wouldn't Have Seen It If I Hadn't Believed It" (G. Foster et al.); "Integrated Settings at the Early Childhood Level: The Role of Nonretarded Peers" (L. Synder et al.); "Parent Groups: Their Role in a Better Life for the Handicapped" (L. Cain); "A Lost Generation of Parents" (K. Gorham); "Communicating with Parents: It Begins with Listening" (P. Lichter); "Parents--Powerful and Necessary Allies" (R. Kroth); and "The Yet to Be Served--A Perspective" (H. Prehm and J. McDonald). (SBH)
The Council for Exceptional Children, Publication Sales Unit, 1920 Association Dr., Reston, VA 22091 ($11.25).
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Guides - Non-Classroom; ERIC Publications
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: National Inst. of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: ERIC Clearinghouse on Handicapped and Gifted Children, Reston, VA.