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Teaching Exceptional Children 55-1
Articles include: Is There a "Psychology of the Deaf" The Regular Education Initiative: Patent Medicine for Behavioral Disorders Direct Observation: Factors Affecting the Accuracy of Observers...
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Teaching Exceptional Children 54-6
Articles include: Involving Key Community Partners in the Implementation of Effective Practices Increasing Secondary Students' Comprehension Through Explicit Attention to Narrative Text Structures...
 
Teaching Exceptional Children 54-5
Articles in this edition include: Teaching Social Scripts to Improve Social Communication for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Accessibility Planning for Postsecondary Entrance and Placement...
 
TEACHING Exceptional Children Journal (Volume 54, Issue 4)
Topics include Strategies for Improving Implementation of Effective Practices Through Peer Engagement, Interdependent Group-Oriented Contingencies: Randomly Selected Components to the Rescue, Using...
 
TEACHING Exceptional Children Journal (Volume 54, Issue 3)
This edition focuses on Steps for Success: Making Instructional Decisions for Students’ Essay Writing, Intensifying Instruction to Meet Students’ Early Writing Needs, and A Tiered Approach for...
 
TEACHING Exceptional Children Journal (Volume 54, Issue 2)
This edition has articles on Improving the Behavior of Children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, Interactive Read-Aloud Instrcution with Narratives, Incidental Teaching of Conversational Skills...
 
TEACHING Exceptional Children Journal on Adaptive Physical Education (Volume 54, Issue 1)
This issue is focused on adaptive physical education. Articles cover promoting social acceptance and inclusion in physical education, teaching self-protection to students with disabilities, using 3D...
 
TEACHING Exceptional Children Journal (Volume 53, Issue 6)
This issue focuses on topics such as ensuring effective implementation of evidence-based practices, ensuring equitable and accessible technology, curriculum programming for students with Autism...
 
TEACHING Exceptional Children Journal (Volume 53, Issue 2)
This issue includes articles about Self-Regulated Strategy Development in Writing, Reading, and Mathematics for Students with Specific Learning Disabilities, Quick Collaborative Meetings, Using MTSS...
 
TEACHING Exceptional Children Journal Transitioning Students Issue (Volume 53, Issue 5)
This issue is focused on transitioning students. Articles cover using project-based learning to build college and career readiness, goal setting, strengthening transition partnerships through...
 
TEACHING Exceptional Children Journal Teaming for Success Issue (Volume 53, Issue 4)
This issue is focused on teamwork. Articles cover Incorporating Evidence-Based Literacy Practices, Shared Reading and Guided Play for Vocabulary Instruction, Involving Students With Significant...
 
TEACHING Exceptional Children Journal Teachers as Self-Advocates Issue (Volume 53, Issue 3)
This issue is focused on special educator self-advocacy. Teachers who possess the ability to confront and resolve professional obstacles through self-advocacy are better equipped to focus on the...

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