ERIC Number: ED319204
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1989
Perceptions: Volume 24, Numbers 1-4, Fall 1988-Summer 1989.
Kelley, Everett F., Ed.; Michael, Robert J., Ed.
Perceptions, v24 n1-4 Fall 1988-Sum 1989
The four issues of "Perceptions" published by the New York State Educators of the Emotionally Disturbed (ANYSEED) contain the following major articles: "Changes Required to Implement Social Skills Instruction in Schools" (Richard S. Neel); "Critical Issues Related to Social Skills Training" (Ellen McGinnis); "Facilitating the Integration of Children and Youth with Emotional Disturbances and Behavioral Disorders Through Prosocial Skills Training (Howard S. Muscott); "A Conversation with Dr. Arnold P. Goldstein Concerning Prosocial Skills Training" (Herbert L. Foster); "PREPARE: A Prosocial Curriculum for Aggressive Youth" (Arnold Goldstein); "Practical Strategies for Promoting Social Interaction of Students with Behavioral Disorders Through Creative Drama" (Cynthia L. Warger);"Palliative Coping and Social Skills Training: Guidelines and Recommendations (John W. Maag); "A Very Special Place" (Susan Kosberg and Bernie Kosberg); "RISC--Raising Individual Self Concept" (Susan Shove); "The Herbert G. Birch School for Exceptional Children" (Morton Bortner and Phyllis Susser); "A Holistic Approach to Special Education Within a Psychiatric Setting" (Phyllis March and Dianna Dantuono); "The Clarkstown Alternative (Joel Klein et al.); "The Last Stop on the Public School Express" (Lynne M. Gang); "Bring Mental Health Services to Public School Programs" (Richard Brennan et al.); "Times are Changing: Is ANYSEED Changing With Them?" (Ted Kurtz); "The Similarities and Differences Among States with Regard to the Definition of Emotional Disturbance" (Cathy Mastrocola);"Attitudes vs. Practices Regarding 'Stay In' and 'Pull Out' Delivery Models in Speech/Language Services" (Linda Payne et al.); "An Approach for Managing and Preventing Disruptions in the Classroom" (Neal Schneider); "You Are Special: An Open Letter to Students" (Joseph V. Burger); "Study Skills and the Learning Disabled Student" (Barbara Heilbronn); "Transitional School-to-Work Programs for the Handicapped Secondary Student: A Model" (Barbara St. Onge); "Components and Perspectives of an Exemplary Special Education Elementary School" (Steve Throne); "Working Together" (Marcia Saran); "Writing Skills for the Mildly Handicapped Student" (Karen Ungerer); "Living with David: Excerpts from the Parents Diary" (Connie Flood and Ralph Flood). (DB)
Descriptors: Attitudes, Behavior Disorders, Classroom Techniques, Curriculum, Definitions, Delivery Systems, Elementary Secondary Education, Emotional Disturbances, Interpersonal Competence, Intervention, Program Descriptions, Self Concept, Teaching Methods
Association of New York State Educators of the Emotionally Disturbed, OMB 112, SUNY College at New Paltz, New Paltz, NY 12561 ($8.00 single copy, $30.00 per year).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Association of New York State Educators of the Emotionally Disturbed.
Note: For related documents, see ED 302 976 and ED 312 858.