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Special needs and the beginning teacher / edited by Peter Benton and Tim O'Brien.

Contributor(s): Benton, Peter [edt, aut] | O'Brien, Tim, 1946- [edt, aut] | Hackney, Ann [aut] | Guiney, Dennis [aut] | Bhatti, Ghazala [aut] | Howarth, Roy [aut] | Eyre, Deborah [aut] | Fitzpatrick, Mary [aut] | Moore, Ted [aut] | Auchterlonie, Annette [aut] | Glenny, Georgina [au t] | Robinson, Olive [aut] | Stevens, Brenda [aut] | Bradley, Christopher [aut] | Roaf, Caroline [aut].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Special needs in ordinary schools.Publisher: London ; New York : Continuum, 2001Description: X, 213 str. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 0826448895 (pbk).Subject(s): specijalna pedagogija | obrazovanje posebnih skupina | organizacija specijalnih škola | obrazovanje djece s posebnim potrebamaDDC classification: 371.9046
Contents:
1. An introduction to special educational needs -- 2. Providing inclusive differentiation -- 3. The individual education plan (IEP) -- 4. Teaching all students in multi-ethic, multilingual Britain -- 5. Managing emotional and behavioral difficulties -- 6. Able children with additional special needs -- 7. Understanding the hearing-impaired child in your class -- 8. Meeting the needs of visually impaired pupils -- 9. Approaches to reading difficulties -- 10. Approaches to spelling -- 11 Developing writing skills -- 12. Numeracy: problems and strategies -- 13 Working effectively with Learning Support Assistants LSAs -- 14 Special needs and the beginning teacher
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1st published 2000. Reprinted 2001.

Kazalo.

Bibliografija. str. [204]-210.

1. An introduction to special educational needs -- 2. Providing inclusive differentiation -- 3. The individual education plan (IEP) -- 4. Teaching all students in multi-ethic, multilingual Britain -- 5. Managing emotional and behavioral difficulties -- 6. Able children with additional special needs -- 7. Understanding the hearing-impaired child in your class -- 8. Meeting the needs of visually impaired pupils -- 9. Approaches to reading difficulties -- 10. Approaches to spelling -- 11 Developing writing skills -- 12. Numeracy: problems and strategies -- 13 Working effectively with Learning Support Assistants LSAs -- 14 Special needs and the beginning teacher

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