Discipline in Special Education

  • Filename: discipline-in-special-education.
  • ISBN: 9781412955102
  • Release Date: 2009-05-13
  • Number of pages: 167
  • Author: Allan G. Osborne, Jr.
  • Publisher: Corwin Press



Provides educators with legal guidelines for appropriate disciplinary action that will not violate the rights of students with disabilities.

Discipline of Special Education Students Legal Implications for Policy and Procedure

  • Filename: discipline-of-special-education-students-legal-implications-for-policy-and-procedure.
  • ISBN: 9781109185850
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Number of pages: 109
  • Author:
  • Publisher: ProQuest



This study will provide school personnel recommendations to follow within the framework of the federal laws that govern special education discipline. These procedures will help administrators avoid making illegal and/or critical mistakes in assigning consequences for inappropriate behaviors.

Positive Discipline for Children with Special Needs

  • Filename: positive-discipline-for-children-with-special-needs.
  • ISBN: 9780307589835
  • Release Date: 2011-03-08
  • Number of pages: 258
  • Author: Jane Nelsen
  • Publisher: Harmony



Over 2 Million Positive Discipline Books Sold! A Positive Approach To Helping Children With Special Needs Realize Their Potential Every child deserves to lead a happy and fulfilling life. For parents and teachers of children with special needs, helping their child to not only negotiate daily challenges, but to live fulfilling, meaningful lives, can be the most difficult challenge they will face. Over the years, millions of parents and teachers have come to trust Jane Nelsen’s classic Positive Discipline series for its consistent, commonsense approach to childrearing. Now, the bestselling series addresses the specific challenges that parents and teachers of children with special needs face, and offers them straightforward advice for supporting them in positive ways. In these pages are practical solutions to challenges such as: Learning to look beyond diagnostic labels ● Believing in each child's potential regardless of his/her stage of development ● Helping children integrate socially and interact with their peers ● Coping with the frustration that inevitably occurs when a child is being difficult ● Strengthening a child’s sense of belonging and significance ● And Many More! Use this book to answer such questions as: • How do you accommodate a disability, while still teaching a child to try their best? • How do you help a child cope with anger they may have trouble expressing, especially when that anger may on some level be justified? • How do you teach a child who may struggle with seemingly straight forward tasks to contribute to the world around them in a way that will be meaningful to them? “If you are raising or teaching a child with special needs, this book is a must-read. As the mother of a child with autism, my hopes and dreams for my son were no different than those of other parents. I wanted a parenting approach that helped my child grow up to be self confident, happy, and prepared for success in relationships, work, and life. I also needed practical, effective methods for addressing the significant, challenging behaviors I faced on a daily basis. Finally, in this amazing book, I found both….Thank you, thank you, thank you to the authors of this groundbreaking book.” - Rachel Fink Parks, MS, PCC From the Trade Paperback edition.

Special Education Law

  • Filename: special-education-law.
  • ISBN: 9781483322230
  • Release Date: 2013-04-17
  • Number of pages: 392
  • Author: Laura Rothstein
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications



Special Education Law, Fifth Edition provides a comprehensive, and student-friendly overview of the major federal laws—and judicial interpretations of those laws—that apply to the education of children with special needs. Laura Rothstein and Scott F. Johnson thoroughly present the most up-to-date information on special education statutes, regulations, and judicial interpretations, including substantial changes in the interpretation of the legistlation. The text helps students understand what the law requires so that they can develop policies and make decisions that comply with these laws.

Discipline of Special Education Students

  • Filename: discipline-of-special-education-students.
  • ISBN: 1244030139
  • Release Date: 2011-09
  • Number of pages: 120
  • Author: Mickael R Thomason
  • Publisher: Proquest, UMI Dissertation Publishing



Enjoy a wide range of dissertations and theses published from graduate schools and universities from around the world. Covering a wide range of academic topics, we are happy to increase overall global access to these works and make them available outside of traditional academic databases. These works are packaged and produced by BiblioLabs under license by ProQuest UMI. The description for these dissertations was produced by BiblioLabs and is in no way affiliated with, in connection with, or representative of the abstract meta-data associated with the dissertations published by ProQuest UMI. If you have any questions relating to this particular dissertation, you may contact BiblioLabs directly.

Special Education Law

  • Filename: special-education-law.
  • ISBN: 9781461592457
  • Release Date: 2012-12-06
  • Number of pages: 240
  • Author: Steven S. Goldberg
  • Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media



To any professional concerned with exceptional children, it would be the greatest understatement to say that the courts and legislatures have had a tremendous impact on the field of speeial education. Especially in the last decade, a flood of litigation filed to develop and define the right to education of previously unserved handicapped children has left no special education teacher, school adminis trator, nurse, educational psychologist, or pediatrician unaffected-either be cause these professionals are daily called upon to help children, or because they may come forward as witnesses on behalf of children who are the subjects of special education meetings, individualized education programs, placement hear ings, or judicial proceedings. Thus, for these people, questions regarding a student's legal rights are immediate and pervasive. This book developed out of the need to provide nonlegal professionals with a lawyer's view of the huge body of court cases and federal laws and regulations that affect their practice as well as their students and clients. An introductory chapter provides the historical basis of the current interface between law and special education. The Education for All Handicapped Children Act of 1975 and Sec tion 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and their regulations promulgated in 1977, are the major national laws in the field ~nd are therefore described in Chapters 2 and 3.

Special educator s discipline handbook

  • Filename: special-educator-s-discipline-handbook.
  • ISBN: UOM:39015014387545
  • Release Date: 1988-06
  • Number of pages: 213
  • Author: Richard E. Maurer
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall Direct



Now you can quickly & easily correct all types of individual & group behavior problems with hundreds of proven techniques & strategies -- specially designed for the specific problems & challenges encountered by the special education teacher.

DISPROPORTIONALITY IN EDUCATION AND SPECIAL EDUCATION

  • Filename: disproportionality-in-education-and-special-education.
  • ISBN: 9780398088026
  • Release Date: 2012-07-01
  • Number of pages: 288
  • Author: Amity Lynn Noltemeyer
  • Publisher: Charles C Thomas Publisher



Given the burgeoning number of diverse students in our nation’s schools, coupled with the potentially negative outcomes and wasted resources associated with the misidentification of students for special education and excessive use of exclusionary discipline for specific subgroups of students, it is imperative that educational professionals understand and address the implications arising from disproportionality for children both with and without disabilities. This text contributes unique perspectives and up-to-date information, including advances and research that have emerged since the last of the extant books was published. Presented in three sections, the first considers disproportionality in special education identification, with chapters examining overrepresentation by ethnicity, gender, and language. The second section addresses disproportionality in discipline, specifically focusing on inequalities in school disciplinary actions and juvenile justice decisions based on ethnicity and gender. The final section provides readers with approaches for addressing disproportionality and creating more equitable learning environments now and in the future. The text encourages bidirectional and evolving relationships between the topics examined in each chapter with the historical framework presented. Because of the comprehensive nature of the topics covered in the book, it is an ideal “one-stop” reference for readers aiming to acquire a broad understanding of the key issues related to the topic. The book will appeal to a range of potential readers, including university students and practitioners in the fields of education, psychology, sociology, gender studies, ethnic studies, and criminal justice as well as lay-readers interested in issues of equality and/or education.

Special Education Teachers Knowledge of the Discipline Section of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 2004 as it Relates to Functional Behavioral Assessment and Behavior Intervention Plans

  • Filename: special-education-teachers-knowledge-of-the-discipline-section-of-the-individuals-with-disabilities-education-act-of-2004-as-it-relates-to-functional-behavioral-assessment-and-behavior-intervention-plans.
  • ISBN: OCLC:945099625
  • Release Date: 2015
  • Number of pages: 139
  • Author: Tricia Michelle Cox
  • Publisher:



This study explored the overall special education teachers' knowledge of the discipline section of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (2004) as it relates to Functional Behavioral Assessments and Behavior Intervention Plans. The variables associated with this research included the special education teachers' route of certification, level of education, years or experience, and the type, quality, and time of training associated with Functional Behavior Assessments and Behavior Intervention Plans. The participants were special education teachers in the state of Mississippi. The research revealed no significant differences or relationships between any of the variables identified above. However, even though the study showed no significant relationships or differences in the variables, the overall low knowledge score for the special education teachers surveyed indicated exceptionally poor understanding of The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 2004 as it relates to Functional Behavioral Assessments and Behavior Intervention Plans. --Page ii.

Comparative Studies in Special Education

  • Filename: comparative-studies-in-special-education.
  • ISBN: 1563680270
  • Release Date: 1994
  • Number of pages: 477
  • Author: Kas Mazurek
  • Publisher: Gallaudet University Press



Describes how, by opening regular classes to hearing impaired students at the John H. Kinzie Elementary School, new principal James Burke began the efforts that helped the school overcome the racial conflicts and desegregation mandates that threatened its survival.

Closing the School Discipline Gap

  • Filename: closing-the-school-discipline-gap.
  • ISBN: 9780807773499
  • Release Date: 2015
  • Number of pages: 275
  • Author: Daniel J. Losen
  • Publisher: Teachers College Press



Educators remove over 3.45 million students from school annually for disciplinary reasons, despite strong evidence that school suspension policies are harmful to students. The research presented in this volume demonstrates that disciplinary policies and practices that schools control directly exacerbate today's profound inequities in educational opportunity and outcomes. Part I explores how suspensions flow along the lines of race, gender, and disability status. Part II examines potential remedies that show great promise, including a district-wide approach in Cleveland, Ohio, aimed at social and emotional learning strategies. Closing the School Discipline Gap is a call for action that focuses on an area in which public schools can and should make powerful improvements, in a relatively short period of time. Contributors include Robert Balfanz, Jamilia Blake, Dewey Cornell, Jeremy D. Finn, Thalia González, Anne Gregory, Daniel J. Losen, David M. Osher, Russell J. Skiba, Ivory A. Toldson “Closing the School Discipline Gap can make an enormous difference in reducing disciplinary exclusions across the country. This book not only exposes unsound practices and their disparate impact on the historically disadvantaged, but provides educators, policymakers, and community advocates with an array of remedies that are proven effective or hold great promise. Educators, communities, and students alike can benefit from the promising interventions and well-grounded recommendations.” —Linda Darling-Hammond, Charles E. Ducommun Professor of Education, Stanford University “For over four decades school discipline policies and practices in too many places have pushed children out of school, especially children of color. Closing the School Discipline Gap shows that adults have the power—and responsibility—to change school climates to better meet the needs of children. This volume is a call to action for policymakers, educators, parents, and students.” —Marian Wright Edelman, president, Children’s Defense Fund

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