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Nuts & Bolts of Inclusive Education
Nuts & Bolts of Inclusive Education, Written by Barbara J. Newman, Published by CLC Network
Is your school ready to refine or design an inclusive education program? This how-to guide will show you the way to effectively welcome and educate children with Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disability and more within the context of a general education setting. Using techniques designed over many years of experience in a variety of Christian schools, this book will give you the needed pieces to make your school more closely resemble the picture of the body of Christ painted for us in Scripture.
The Out-of-Sync Child. Written by Carol Kranowitz, Published by Penguin Group
The Out-of-Sync Child broke new ground by identifying Sensory Processing Disorder, a common but frequently misdiagnosed problem in which the central nervous system misinterprets messages from the senses. This newly revised edition features additional information from recent research on vision and hearing deficits, motor skill problems, nutrition and picky eaters, ADHD, autism, and other related disorders
Parents of Children with Disabilities
Parents of Children with Disabilities, Written by PressBarnhill D.B.A. & Gena P. Barnhill, Ph.D., Published by Liberty University Books
"As a parent of a child with a disability, I find this book to be an immensely valuable resource. The Barnhills offer practical help for navigating the emotional and relational pitfalls common to those in our situation. Their advice is concrete, realistic, and encouraging."
Reaching For a New Potential
Reaching For a New Potential: A Life Guide for Adults with ADD From a Fellow Traveler , Written and Published by Oren Mason M.D.
Dr. Mason combines his own experience living with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) with the most recent evidence for effective treatment for both himself and other family members.
"The treatment of ADD has changed my life and my families as well. If ADD has brought you discouragement, I invite you to begin again, to reach for and discover your new, full potential." Oren Mason M.D.
If you or anyone you know and care for is wondering about ADD, or already knows they are living with ADD, this book is the place to begin.
Rethinking Homework, Written by Cathy Vatterott, Published by ASCD
This expose examines the role homework has played in the culture of schooling over the years, providing us with research data as well as educators’ common sense that tells us about the effects of homework, both positive and negative, on student learning.
RTI - A Practitioner's Guide to Implementing Response to Intervention
RTI: A Practitioner's Guide to Implementing Response to Intervention, Written by Daryl F. Mellard and Evelyn Johnson, Published by Corwin Press
This book is an invaluable resource that helps administrators and teachers increase the likelihood of success for students at risk, meet the requirements of MCLB, Reading First, and the reauthorization of IDEA 2004.
RTI - The Classroom Connection for Literacy
RTI - The Classroom Connection for Literacy, Written by Karen A. Kemp and Mary Ann Eaton, Published by National Professional Resources, Inc.
Based upon the five main precepts of literacy development, this book provides you with a wealth of information about the process of reading and intervention that can be used to assist children in their journey towards literacy.
Same Lake Different Boat
Same Lake Different Boat, Written by Stephanie O. Hubach. Publishd by P&R Publishing
When the Church attempts to function without all of its parts, the body of Christ becomes disabled. Same Lake Different Boat is a transformational work – designed to renew our minds to think biblically about disability in order that our lives, our relationships, and our congregations might wholly reflect Christ.
School Welcome Story
School Welcome Story, Written by Barbara Newman, Published by CLC Network
Some children need a chance to visit their new classroom before school starts. They need to know the routine, names of teachers, where and how to line up, what to do with a backpack, and many more details. While actually visiting the new room can be helpful, this story allows you to write a personalized description of the new classroom and then gives the child a chance to practice it many times by reading about the new room. This technique is helpful for younger children as well as children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and those with limited language skills. After purchasing the School Welcome Story, the material is completely available on the website for your continued use and individualization.
Teacher's Toolbox for Differentiating Instruction
The Teacher's Toolbox for Differentiating Instruction - 700 Strategies, Tips, Tools and Techniques, Written by Linda Tilton, Published by Covington Cove Publications
The author and her colleagues have used all 700 strategies successfully with their own students. Every idea suggested in this volume comes from real classroom experiences and was shown to work in the general education setting.
Teaching Reading at Home
Best Practices for Teaching Reading at Home, Written by Sandra Vroon and Susan Harrell, Published by CLC Network
Is your child struggling with reading or writing? Whether you are homeschooling or supporting your child’s work at school, this guide gives the best practices for literacy instruction in an easy to understand format.
Each chapter highlights an area of literacy with a description of its purpose and easy to follow lessons to support your child’s particular difficulty. The authors have included stories of how it may look for a child to struggle in certain areas. This enables parents to pinpoint their child’s need so they can respond effectively and help their child become a better reader and writer.
Time Timer 8" Audible
Struggling to help someone better understand the passage of time? This invaluable timer allows a person to visually watch time disappear. When the red is gone, time is up. This timer is particularly effective for young children, those with sensory sensitivity to the ring of a more traditional timer, and those who do not have an internal understanding of the passage of time. Many individuals on the Autism Spectrum appreciate this timer.
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