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Special Education: Best Practices in Focus

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The objective of this book is to provide educators a comprehensive yet concise collection of best practices for special education. Albeit there is seemingly no end to the amount of information available, it can seem a daunting task to finding material distilled and ready for practical application. In this work, the reader will find sixteen short chapters detailing some of The objective of this book is to provide educators a comprehensive yet concise collection of best practices for special education. Albeit there is seemingly no end to the amount of information available, it can seem a daunting task to finding material distilled and ready for practical application. In this work, the reader will find sixteen short chapters detailing some of the most essential methodologies to employ in the classroom.


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The objective of this book is to provide educators a comprehensive yet concise collection of best practices for special education. Albeit there is seemingly no end to the amount of information available, it can seem a daunting task to finding material distilled and ready for practical application. In this work, the reader will find sixteen short chapters detailing some of The objective of this book is to provide educators a comprehensive yet concise collection of best practices for special education. Albeit there is seemingly no end to the amount of information available, it can seem a daunting task to finding material distilled and ready for practical application. In this work, the reader will find sixteen short chapters detailing some of the most essential methodologies to employ in the classroom.

35 review for Special Education: Best Practices in Focus

  1. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    While I agree that this book provides an overview, it lacks the detail and specificity I was hoping for. There isn’t any novel information shared and it seem like simply a summary of information an experienced educator would already understand. The writing is is so repetitive it almost feels insulting.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Yael

    I found this book very informative, yet easy to read. It covered hot topics in special education with scholarly references. Even though the chapters were short, it really covered everything and will be a handy reference source in the future.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Judy Greenstein

    Very readable. Practical info and insights for the professional and lay person alike. A comfortable resource guide.

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