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Self Determination

Self Determination Author Michael L. Wehmeyer
ISBN-10 9781452293431
Release 2007-01-05
Pages 208
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This teacher-friendly guide presents research-proven instructional techniques that empower students with disabilities to become their own advocates and use effective choice-making, problem-solving, and goal-setting skills.



A Practical Guide for Teaching Self determination

A Practical Guide for Teaching Self determination Author Sharon Field
ISBN-10 UVA:X004183966
Release 1998
Pages 177
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Targeted at special education teachers/special population instructors, work experience coordinators, vocational assessment personnel, and guidance counselors, this guide examines the relationships among career development, transition, and self-determination for students with disabilities. The guide uses a question-and-answer format to identify and respond to key topics that practitioners need to address to promote student self-determination in their service settings, and provides detailed reviews of over 30 curriculum materials and assessment tools in the area of self-determination. Specific chapters address: (1) the importance of self-determination and school and family-based interventions to support the development of self-determination; (2) student involvement in the Individualized Education Program and transition process and specific strategies to prepare students for participation and to increase student participation; (3) assessment of self-determination; (4) instructional practices that promote self-determination and family and school administrator roles in promoting self-determination in students; (5) self-determination instructional materials review; and (6) key issues and future directions in self-determination. Curriculum and assessment resources available to educators and service providers are described throughout the guide along with appropriate contact information. In addition, an appendix includes an annotated bibliography of recent articles and books written on the topic of self-determination. (Each chapter contains references.) (CR)



Universal Design for Transition

Universal Design for Transition Author Colleen A. Thoma
ISBN-10 UVA:X030468000
Release 2009-01
Pages 238
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Timely and useful resource that guides educators in using UDL in their classrooms while helping students transition to adult life.



Promoting Self determination in Students with Developmental Disabilities

Promoting Self determination in Students with Developmental Disabilities Author Michael L. Wehmeyer
ISBN-10 9781593854607
Release 2007-04-14
Pages 206
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Affordable and complete, this book provides evidence-based strategies to promote self-determination, and is the first volume to combine both theory and practice in this area. Because self-determination is a key issue for students with moderate and severe disabilities, this is an ideal resource for middle and secondary special educators, school psychologists, and other school practitioners.



Self determination

Self determination Author Karrie Ann Shogren
ISBN-10 141641147X
Release 2018
Pages
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"This book offers specific and clearly described strategies for teaching learners with ASD to become more self-determined in their actions regarding their educational program plans and outcomes"--



Self Determination and Transition Planning

Self Determination and Transition Planning Author Karrie A. Shogren
ISBN-10 1598572695
Release 2013
Pages 145
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Self-determination has a powerful positive impact on post-school outcomes for young adults with disabilities—but how can educators teach students the skills they need to make their own choices and achieve their goals as they enter adulthood? This empowering guidebook shows the way. Packed with practical, research-validated guidance on explicitly teaching self-determination skills , this book helps educators support students in communicating their interests and needs, setting and reaching goals, and managing their own lives. Ready-to-use worksheets and activities will help students take an active role in their transition planning, and true case stories highlight the benefits of self-determination instruction: smoother transitions, improved behavior, and fulfilling lives beyond the classroom. DISCOVER HOW TO Assess a student's current level of self-determination Teach essential skills that strengthen self-determination (see sidebar) Embed individualized supports and instructional activities within a student's existing education program Create repeated opportunities for students to practice their self-determination skills Collaborate effectively with students and families Develop strong person-centered support teams with the student taking a lead role in transition planning Build support for self-determination across entire schools and communities Teach essential self-determination skills: Expressing preferences Making choices Self-management skills Goal setting and attainment Self-advocacy skills The book is part of the Brookes Publishing Transition to Adulthood Series



Teaching Self determination to Students with Disabilities

Teaching Self determination to Students with Disabilities Author Michael L. Wehmeyer
ISBN-10 UOM:39015040546288
Release 1998
Pages 354
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This teacher-friendly resource offers a variety of instructional strategies for teaching students the specific skills they need for more satisfactory, self-directed lives--skills like: - assertiveness - goal setting - self-advocacy - self-management - decision making - problem solving - self-awareness Practicing and prospective educators will find objectives and key terms at the beginning of each chapter and vignettes and case studies sprinkled throughout, making the book an ideal text. This is an invaluable resource for meeting IDEA 1997 requirements while motivating high school students with disabilities to prepare for successful transitions to adulthood.



Assessment and Intervention

Assessment and Intervention Author Thomas E. Scruggs
ISBN-10 9780857248305
Release 2011-03-31
Pages 375
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Includes chapters on curriculum based measurement and response to intervention, dynamic assessment and working memory, diagnostic accuracy and functional diagnosis, assessment of social behavior, assessment and intervention in reading and writing, and assessment and intervention in social and emotional competence and self-determination.



Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder Author Nicholas W. Gelbar
ISBN-10 9780190624828
Release 2017-12-22
Pages 352
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"Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder synthesizes current science on adolescents and young adults with ASD in order to inform mental health practitioners and education professionals who work directly with these individuals"--



Including Everyone

Including Everyone Author Judith Jellison
ISBN-10 9780190266554
Release 2015-02-03
Pages 272
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Many practical books for music educators who work with special needs students focus on students' disabilities, rather than on the inclusive classroom more generally. In Including Everyone: Creating Music Classrooms Where All Children Learn, veteran teacher and pedagogue Judith Jellison offers a new approach that identifies broader principles of inclusive music instruction writ large. As she demonstrates in this aptly-titled book, the perceived impediments to successfully including the wide diversity of children in schools in meaningful music instruction often stem not from insurmountable obstacles but from a lack of imagination. How do teachers and parents create diverse musical communities in which all children develop skills, deepen understanding, and cultivate independence in a culture of accomplishment and joy? Including Everyone equips music teachers with five principles of effective instruction for mixed special needs / traditional settings that are applicable in both classroom and rehearsal rooms alike. These five guidelines lay out Jellison's argument for a new way to teach music that shifts attention away from thinking of children in terms of symptoms. The effective teacher, argues Jellison, will strive to offer a curriculum that will not only allow the child with a disability to be more successful, but will also apply to and improve instruction for typically developing students. In this compelling new book, Judith Jellison illustrates what it takes to imagine, create, and realize possibilities for all children in ways that inspire parents, teachers, and the children themselves to take part in collaborative music making. Her book helps readers recognize how this most central component of human culture is one that allows everyone to participate, learn, and grow. Jellison is a leader in her field, and the wealth of knowledge she makes available in this book is extensive and valuable. It should aid her peers and inspire a new generation of student teachers.



Systematic Instruction of Functional Skills for Students and Adults with Disabilities

Systematic Instruction of Functional Skills for Students and Adults with Disabilities Author Keith Storey
ISBN-10 9780398091576
Release 2017-02-27
Pages 272
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This book provides an overview of systematic instructional strategies and is written in a format so that teachers and other service providers can immediately put the information to use. It specifically focuses upon systematic instruction for individuals with disabilities (school age and adults) and is generic across age groups as well as disability labels. The book focuses on improving instructional practices for students and adults with disabilities. Practitioners may understand the importance of placing individuals in different settings (e.g., inclusive classrooms, supported employment sites) but not understand how to improve their skills once they are in that setting. This book is intended to give teachers and other service providers the instructional skills for improving the skills of the individuals that they are serving. The most unique feature of the text is that it is written specifically for practitioners in the field (teachers and adult service providers) as well as those in training rather than being written for other academics. An advantage of this book is that those preparing teachers and others can easily use it in methods courses as it covers instructional methodology that is seldom covered in detail in most texts. College instructors will find the book a good choice for their classes based upon: the consistent format throughout the book; the “readability” of the book for students; the comprehensive coverage of systematic instruction; and the direct applicability to applied settings. Others providing instruction, supervision, and training to direct service providers will find this book useful, such as those working in schools as well as those in transition and adult service settings.



Demystifying Transition Assessment

Demystifying Transition Assessment Author Colleen A. Thoma
ISBN-10 1598572148
Release 2013
Pages 150
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This practical guide demystifies the what, when, why, and how of collecting transition assessment data-and using the results to help students with disabilities prepare for adulthood. Includes ready-to-use sample forms and a quick-reference guide to mor



Never Work Harder Than Your Students and Other Principles of Great Teaching

Never Work Harder Than Your Students and Other Principles of Great Teaching Author Robyn R. Jackson
ISBN-10 9781416612261
Release 2010-08-13
Pages 249
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Is great teaching a gift that only a few of us are born with, or is it a skill that can be learned? In Never Work Harder Than Your Students, Robyn Jackson makes a radical assertion: Any teacher can become a master teacher by developing a master teacher mindset. The master teacher mindset can be achieved by rigorously applying seven principles to your teaching until they become your automatic response to students in the classroom. The more you practice these seven principles, the more you begin to think like a master teacher: 1. Start where your students are. 2. Know where your students are going. 3. Expect to get your students to their goal. 4. Support your students along the way. 5. Use feedback to help you and your students get better. 6. Focus on quality rather than quantity. 7. Never work harder than your students. Using these principles, Jackson shows you how to become a master teacher no matter where you are in your practice. Each chapter provides a detailed explanation of one of the mastery principles, the steps you need to take to apply them to your own practice, and suggestions for how you can begin practicing the principle in your classroom right away. Jackson offers stories from her own teaching practice, as well as from other teachers she has helped, to show you how each principle works. Teaching is a hard job, but using Jackson's principles will help you and your students reap the rich rewards of that hard work.



Educating Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Educating Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders Author Dianne Berkell Zager
ISBN-10 9780415877572
Release 2012
Pages 337
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Similar to a handbook in its comprehensive description of the theory and research supporting current practices in the treatment of autism spectrum disorders, this interdisciplinary text shows how the existing knowledge base can be used to explore promising new possibilities related to the fieldâe(tm)s many unanswered questions. Key features include the following: Comprehensive âe" This is the first book to consider the history and current state of autism as a field in transition, to cover its varied approaches and philosophies, and to describe the interventions used throughout the developmental cycle. Cross Disciplinary âe" Serving students with autism necessitates communication and collaboration among professionals from several disciplines as well as family members. The editors have, therefore, brought together divergent perspectives, theories and philosophies in order to demonstrate that scientific evidence, rather than educational orientation, must determine which practices should be selected for use in particular situations. Research Based âe" Whereas many existing texts advocate a particular type of treatment, this one recognizes that interventions must be selected and evaluated based on the scientific evidence of their effectiveness. Integrated Methodology âe"Chapter authors consider findings from studies that employed single-subject designs, experimental large-scale studies, and qualitative methodology. The inter-relatedness of therapies and disciplines will be highlighted throughout. Expertise âe" The volume editors are all highly visible researchers in autism and developmental disabilities. Likewise, each chapter is directed by a senior, highly accomplished author who is nationally recognized for his/her work in the topic being addressed. This book is appropriate for practicing professionals in education and psychology and for speech/language therapists and other clinicians. It is also suitable as a graduate level text in these fields.



Transition Planning for Secondary Students with Disabilities

Transition Planning for Secondary Students with Disabilities Author Robert W Flexer
ISBN-10 9780133123326
Release 2012-08-13
Pages 400
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This is the eBook of the printed book and may not include any media, website access codes, or print supplements that may come packaged with the bound book. Transition Planning for Secondary Students with Disabilities, 4/e is a comprehensive and practical resource for anyone involved in dealing with and meeting the transition needs of students with disabilities. The authors describe the varied transition needs readers are likely to encounter in their work and provide a succinct look at the options and career paths potentially available. They cover implementing transition systems, creating a transition perspective of education, and promoting movement to postschool environments.



Evidence Based Instructional Strategies for Transition

Evidence Based Instructional Strategies for Transition Author David W. Test
ISBN-10 1598571923
Release 2011-09-21
Pages 146
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Meet the critical requirements of IDEA's Indicator 13 and prepare students with significant disabilities for a smooth transition to adulthood. This how-to guide is packed with practical strategies, tools, checklists, and lesson plans for teaching key skil



Engaging and Empowering Families in Secondary Transition

Engaging and Empowering Families in Secondary Transition Author Donna L. Wandry, PHD
ISBN-10 9780865864450
Release 2009-01-01
Pages 160
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An expanded follow-up to a CEC bestseller, this guide includes tools for assessing families’ and practitioners’ engagement in practices that promote positive post-school outcomes for youth with disabilities. Engaging and Empowering Families in Secondary Transition: A Practitioner’s Guide gives schools and agencies planning tools and practical strategies to foster family partnerships in five dimensions: collaborators in the IEP process; instructors in their youth’s emergent independence; peer mentors; evaluators and decision-makers; and systems-change agents.