ERIC Number: ED341213
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1992
Children with Exceptional Needs in Regular Classrooms.
Cohen, Libby G., Ed.
The nine papers in this book attempt to link recent changes in the education of children with exceptional needs with research findings and preferred instructional strategies. Considered are the characteristics of such children, accommodation of these students in regular classrooms, effective instructional strategies, legal requirements, and evaluation methods. Papers have the following titles and authors: "Classroom Management Strategies for Students with Behavior Disorders" (Raymond M. Glass); "Teaching Elementary School Children with Mild Special Needs in the Regular Classroom" (Charles M. Lyons); "Assessing Students with Special Needs: Current and Emerging Perspectives" (Libby G. Cohen); "Students with Mild Handicaps in Secondary Classrooms" (Jo Anna Spruill); "Mainstreaming the Child with a Visual Impairment" (Loraine J. Spenciner); "Students with Hearing Impairments" (Toni Rees); "Teaching Students with Severe Disabilities in the Regular Classroom" (Joanne W. Putnam); "Gifted Students in Regular Classrooms" (Susan B. Tarver and James A. Curry); and "Microcomputer Applications for Teaching Students with Exceptional Needs in the Regular Classroom" (Berttram Chiang). Papers are referenced. (DB)
Descriptors: Behavior Disorders, Classroom Techniques, Compliance (Legal), Computer Uses in Education, Educational Practices, Elementary Secondary Education, Gifted, Hearing Impairments, Instructional Effectiveness, Mainstreaming, Mild Disabilities, Research and Development, Research Utilization, Severe Disabilities, Special Needs Students, Student Characteristics, Student Evaluation, Teaching Methods, Theory Practice Relationship, Visual Impairments
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Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Opinion Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: National Education Association, Washington, DC.