Teaching the Emotionally Handicapped Child: A Practical Guide for Teachers ePub download
by Christopher G. Collins
- ISBN: 0813422574
- ISBN13: 978-0813422572
- ePub: 1497 kb | FB2: 1551 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Schools & Teaching
- Publisher: Vero Media Inc (April 1, 1983)
- Pages: 185
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different from mainstream education) of special education and the experiences of teachers with regard to the challenges they face in teaching the mentally handicapped child. In Phase two, guidelines were derived from the results of Phase one, to assist teachers in teaching the mentally handicapped child, and to approach the challenges they experience more confidently and competently.
Appendixes contain definitions of educable mentally handicapped, emotionally disturbed, and learning disabled pupils; information on screening and evaluation procedures; and forms for initial pupil referral and program evaluation. ark:/13960/t2f79tf0z.
Mainstreaming handicapped children into classrooms with non-handicapped children has become a major activity for Head Start. However, teachers and other staff are continually asking for assistance in mainstreaming a child with a specific handicapping condition. This series of eight manuals, Mainstreaming Preto help meet this need. schoolers, was prepared by. ACYF.
This book introduces children and adults to their disabled peers with short stories, facts . Detailed book describing family life with a cerebral palsied child. Physically Handicapped Children: A Medical Atlas for teachers. New York: Grune & Stratton, 1975.
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a practical guide for teachers. Bibliography: p. 181-185. Includes the text of the Education for All Handicapped Children Act of 1975. Published 1983 by Interstate Printers & Publishers in Danville, Ill. Education, Mentally ill children.
Handicapped children are also known as children with disabilities. Disabilities are defined as a physical or mental impairment and include conditions such as Down Syndrome, autism, epilepsy and cerebral palsy. Developmental disabilities are defined as mild, moderate, severe, or profound depending upon the amount of support the child needs.