New Arrivals

Four-Book Set on Educating Students With Intellectual Disability and Autism Spectrum Disorder

CEC, in partnership with the CEC Division on Autism and Developmental Disabilities (DADD), published a four-book set titled Educating Students With Intellectual Disability and Autism Disorder. The set is a comprehensive resource, providing educators with the most up-to-date information on what works in real classrooms with real students. The books in the series describe day-to-day strategies and practices based on ...

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Educating Students with Intellectual Disability and Autism Spectrum Disorder Book 4

Educating Students with Intellectual Disability and Autism Disorder is a comprehensive resource, providing educators with the most up-to-date information on what works in real classrooms with real students. Academic, Life Skills, and Transition, the fourth and final book in the series, takes up the controversial topic of what to teach—should the focus be on academics or on functional or life ...

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Educating Students with Intellectual Disability and Autism Spectrum Disorder Book 3

Educating Students with Intellectual Disability and Autism Disorder is a comprehensive resource, providing educators with the most up-to-date information on what works in real classrooms with real students. Essential Skills and Frameworks, the third book in the series, addresses the prerequisites for beginning to develop, assess, and teach curriculum and skills, and focuses on how a personally relevant curriculum can ...

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Educating Students with Intellectual Disability and Autism Spectrum Disorder Book 2

Educating Students with Intellectual Disability and Autism Disorder is a comprehensive resource, providing educators with the most up-to-date information on what works in real classrooms with real students. Foundational Concepts for Leadership and Collaboration, the second book in the series, addresses activities that steer the profession of special education: teacher leadership and advocacy, collaborating with colleagues, and working with diverse ...

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Educating Students with Intellectual Disability and Autism Spectrum Disorder Book 1

Educating Students with Intellectual Disability and Autism Disorder is a comprehensive resource, providing educators with the most up-to-date information on what works in real classrooms with real students. This first book in the four part series, provides a comprehensive explanation of the four learning stages–acquisition, fluency, maintenance, and generalization–and how understanding this process can help educators plan instruction. The authors ...

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The New Special Education Teachers Induction Toolkit

Strong induction programs help new special education teachers manage their classrooms and improve morale, self-efficacy, and student outcomes. We have curated our most popular and comprehensive on-boarding resources to help you effectively prepare your team of new teachers. Use this multimedia toolkit for individual or group professional development, coaching, and/or continuing education throughout the school year. Each toolkit includes resources ...

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TEACHING Exceptional Children 51.3 – Special Issue on Dyslexia

This special issue provides an in-depth examination of dyslexia. Articles address current research on dyslexia, unique considerations related to eligibility for special education services, strategies and approaches to instruction, and assistive technology. It includes a quiz entitled, What Do You Know About Dyslexia? Editor, Kristin L. Sayeski | ISSN: 0040-0599 | Published: January-February 2019 | Item #P6306

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HLPs in Special Education Collaboration Laminated Guide (#1)

Effective special education teachers collaborate with a wide range of professionals, families and caregivers to assure that educational programs and related services are effectively designed and implemented to meet the needs of each student with a disability. This laminated guide, the first in a series of laminated guides about High-Leverage Practices, provides a practical tool for teachers to implement the ...

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High-Leverage Practices Special Collection

High-Leverage Practices Special Collection This special collection provides guidance on developing and implementing the high-leverage practices that every special educator must know to help their students succeed. Get these four essential resources for one low price ($115 if purchased separately): High-Leverage Practices in Special Education (HLPs) This special report, produced by CEC and the CEEDAR center, defines the activities that all ...

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Dyslexia: Strategies, Supports and Interventions, 2nd Edition

Intense, explicit and systematic instruction in reading and writing is essential to helping students with dyslexia and related learning disabilities succeed in their academic careers and beyond. This updated and expanded second edition of the laminated reference guide Dyslexia: Strategies, Supports and Interventions by Sandra Rief offers teachers practical classroom strategies and proven accommodations for addressing the language and literacy ...

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Cultivating a Growth Mindset in Students

Why do some highly capable students not excel in school while others achieve great success? Why do some individuals consistently exert effort when faced with challenges while others give up? And what can teachers do to help ensure all learners work hard and meet their full potential? The answer comes down to mindset. This quick-reference laminated guide looks at the ...

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Transition to Adulthood for Students with Disabilities

The transition to adulthood after high school graduation is a critical juncture for students with disabilities. Educators need to help parents and students start preparing for this transition long before high school, when a formal transition plan is legally required in a student’s IEP. Effective transition planning is a long-term, ongoing process that can greatly influence the lifelong outcomes of ...

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Social Skills: Effective Instruction for Exceptional Learners

In every category of exceptional learners, there are some learners who struggle with social skills. This guide provides PreK – 5th grade teachers with evidence-based, practical, teacher-friendly, strategies for helping children with special needs build social skills. Written by experienced classroom teachers, this guide recommends interventions for strengthening important social skills, including communication, conflict resolution, and team building skills. It ...

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Inclusion Succeeds with Effective Strategies and Collaboration, Grades 6-12

Inclusion succeeds when teachers use diverse instructional strategies, scaffolding, multiple types of instructional supports, and ongoing formal and informal assessments to deliver curriculum standards. At the middle school and high school level, successful inclusion also entails promoting the development of social and emotional skills, self-efficacy, self-esteem, and personal identity in adolescent students. This newly updated and expanded laminated reference guides ...

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Differentiated Instruction: Creating Inclusive Classrooms

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