SLACK Incorporated’s Evidence-Based Instruction in Special Education is a new series of concise, practical textbooks that translate cutting-edge theory into practice. Books in this series will be designed to be required textbooks for university special education teacher education programs and can be used by bachelor’s and master’s level students.
Given the practical and accessible quality of the texts, the potential market also includes practicing general education teachers in inclusive classrooms, administrators, and multi-disciplinary team members. Books in the series would also be ideal for in-services, continuing education, professional development programs, or as reference or resource books for educators and informed parents.
The texts will be created with accessibility in mind, and minimal prerequisite knowledge will be required for their use. The solid, practical content provided will serve as foundational knowledge for novices and provide supplemental advice for veteran special education teachers.
A Collaborative Approach to Transition Planning for Students with Disabilities is designed to inform aspiring special education teachers, special education teams, transition planning specialists and school administrators about the complex process of transition planning and to meet the transition requirements of special education legislation.
Research Methods in Special Education equips readers with the knowledge needed to make a difference with data. Authors Drs. Brittany L. Hott, Frederick J. Brigham, and Corey Peltier provide access to cutting edge methodologies and related skills researchers need to successfully carry out projects in applied settings. Dedicated chapters focusing on quantitative research synthesis (e.g., meta-analysis, meta-synthesis), single case design, and program evaluation methods allow readers deeply invested in the field of special education to develop a firm foundation, enabling them to ask and answer their socially significant research questions.
Perfect for special education teacher preparation faculty, coordinators, and administrators, GET Feedback provides examples, activities, and support for integrating and aligning feedback instruction, demonstrating the importance of putting the adult learner, as the feedback recipient, at the center of every feedback opportunity. Written in an approachable, easy-to-read format, this text is the first book to specifically examine feedback for adult learners.
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