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Book
xvi, 177 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
  • Introduction Part One: Context 1. The Construct of Learning Differences A Fundamental Question A Paradigm Shift to a Strengths-Based Model Historical Perspectives Definitions of Learning Disabilities: How Much do They Matter? Differences, Not Disabilities Moving Forward 2. Adult Developmental Theory and Learning Differences Theories of Adult Development Implications of Theories of Adult Development for Individuals with Learning Differences 3. Keys to Success Abraham Maslow Steven Covey Dale Carnegie Deepak Chopra Summary and Synthesis of Models of Success What is Success in Adulthood? 4. Success of Adults with Learning Differences New Perspectives Accentuate the Positive Focusing on Success Stories of Success Parto Two: Good Teaching 5. Building a Better Classroom Facing New Challenges A Multifaceted Approach to School Success (MASSive) Two Examples of the MASSive Approach The Most Critical Variable: Praise, Praise, Praise 6. The Common Core: Teaching for a Lifetime or Teaching for One Way of Life? Good Intentions, Change, and Confusion The Good The Meh The Ugly 7. Self-Understanding Building a Sense of Self Implications for Adulthood Skills for Building Relationships Social Skills and Teachable Moments The IEP as Relationship Builder A Systematic Approach to Building Self-Awareness, Self-Efficacy, and Agency 8. Breaking the Failure Cycle The Winning Picture Skills and Game Success Acquiring Social Skills Meditation not Medication Stress, Anxiety, and Other Realities of Adulthood Don't Forget the Arts Life Skills Outside the Box Inclusion It's not the Program. - It's You 9. Teaching the Attributes of Successful Adults with Learning Differences Seven Attributes of Successful Adults with Learning Differences It Comes Down to This Self-Advocacy Goal Planning and Goodness of Fit Learned Creativity.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781483373843 20160619
Transition from high school to career or college is an area of critical importance and need in the field of special education. Although the concept of inclusion is embraced by most educators, the reality is that transition planning remains difficult, and, to be frank, it is often unsuccessful. This book will make the process understandable, relatable, functional, and successful. Because it focuses not only on college and career readiness but also on social and interpersonal skills, success is much more likely to be attained.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781483373843 20160619
Education Library (Cubberley)
EDUC-285-02, EDUC-285-02
Book
234 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), color map ; 26 cm
  • 1. Re-Envisioming Education through UDL
  • 2. Expert Learning
  • 3. The Variability of Learners
  • 4. Universal Design for Learning
  • 5. The UDL Guidelines : A Framework for Implementation
  • 6. Designing for All: What Is a UDL Curriculum?
  • 7. Learning through Practice: Voices from the Field.
Education Library (Cubberley)
EDUC-285-02, EDUC-285-02