Cases on Service Delivery in Special Education Programs
- By Pam L. Epler.
- Hershey, PA : IGI Global, Information Science Reference, an imprint of IGI Global, 
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- xviii, 431 pages ; 27 cm.
- Advances in early childhood and K-12 education (AECKE) book series.
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- Epler-Brooks, Pam, author.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Providing Services to Students With Special Needs Across Various Settings
- Respecting Federal, State, and Local Approaches to IDEA and Service Delivery Models
- Model Versus Continuum
- Creating a Vision for Special Education Programs
- Spending Options for Service Delivery Models
- Developing Assurances for Service Delivery Models
- Case Study Analysis of a Team/Collaborative Model With Specific Learning Disabled Students
- Case Study Analysis of a Resource Room and Self-Contained Classroom Model With Emotionally Disturbed Students
- Case Study Analysis of a Behavior Intervention Service Delivery Model With Autism Spectrum Disorder Students
- Case Study Analysis of a Consultative Service Delivery Model With Students With Speech or Language Impairments
- Case Study Analysis of a Social Skills Service Delivery Model With Intellectually Disabled Students
- Case Study Analysis of an Adaptive Academic School Service Delivery Model With Multiple Disabilities/Handicapped Students
- Case Study Analysis of a Junior/High School Service Delivery Model
- Postsecondary Service Delivery Models
- Special Education Service Delivery Models Around the Globe.
Educators are continually pressured to create interesting and educational lessons for students of varying learning abilities. While technology steadily improves classroom learning, education systems struggle to develop more innovative teaching methods for students with disabilities. Cases on Service Delivery in Special Education Programs compiles real-world case studies on successful classroom models and practices to provide rewarding learning environments for students with disabilities. Addressing topics such as behavior modification, social development, and teacher collaboration, this publication is an essential reference source for special education teachers, supervisors, directors, administrators, principles, and policymakers, as well as academicians and researchers interested in developing special education programs within school districts and classrooms.
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