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Readings in identification and evaluation of exceptional children.

Readings in identification and evaluation of exceptional children.

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Published by Special Learning Corp. in Guilford, Conn .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Learning disabled children -- Education -- United States.,
    • Learning disabilities -- United States.,
    • Intelligence tests -- United States.,
    • Educational tests and measurements -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies.

      ContributionsSpecial Learning Corporation.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLC4705 .R43 1980
      The Physical Object
      Pagination202 p. :
      Number of Pages202
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2751178M
      ISBN 100895681137
      LC Control Number86101902

      indicate that children and adolescents with ID can obtain higher levels of reading achievement than previously anticipated (Allor, Mathes, Roberts, Cheatham, & Al Otaiba, ). Recent research also suggests that the historic focus on functional reading (e.g., signs, restaurant words) for this population of learners is likely too limited of a focusFile Size: 2MB. music. All personnel who are developing district identification procedures and trained individuals who will be involved in the screening and identification of gifted children in the area of music should read this handbook. To be effective, the screening and identification process requires participation by .

      4 Introduction Identification of Children Who Are Gifted in the Visual Arts: Implementation Handbook for Educators provides arts specialists and gifted coordinators with procedures for identifying students who are gifted in art. All personnel who are developing district identification procedures and trained. 3 Gifted Identification Guidebook| The Exceptional Children’s Education Act (ECEA) requires all administrative units (AUs) in Colorado to identify and serve students between the ages of five and twenty-one, and age four in administrative units with Early Access, whose aptitude or competence in abilities, talents, and potential for.

      Links to hundreds of special education law and advocacy articles, newsletters, cases, and practical guidance for parents, advocates, and attorneys. Wrightslaw is the most comprehensive special education advocacy site on the Internet. exceptional children division STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION SBE VISION: Every public school student, through access to needed resources and rigor, will graduate ready for post-secondaryFile Size: 1MB.


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