This second volume provides up-to-date research and discourse on a wide range of topics affecting professionals in the field of special education. Leading authorities address key areas including new qualitative models of research, appropriate and effective educational placement, an examination of terminologies and definitions used for behavioural disorders and associated disabilities, and the identification and teaching of complex skills necessary for people with severe disabilities to live in the community.
Qualitative Research in Special Education - An Illustrative Review, Charles A. Peck and Gail C. Furman; Research Issues in Behavioural Disorders, Frank H. Wood et al; Extending Complex Repertoires of Critical Skills, Thomas G. Haring and Richard Laitinen; Literacy Issues in Persons with Severe Speech and Physical Impairment, David A. Koppenhaver and David E. Yoder; Social Support and Transitional Coping, Phyllis M. Tappe and Robert Gaylord-Ross.
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