FREE SHIPPING BOTH WAYSON EVERY ORDER!
Because Knetbooks knows college students. Our rental program is designed to save you time and money. Whether you need a textbook for a semester, quarter or even a summer session, we have an option for you. Simply select a rental period, enter your information and your book will be on its way!
Chapter 1: The Purpose and Promise of Special Education
Chapter 2: Planning and Providing Special Education Services
Chapter 3: Collaborating with Parents and Families in a Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Society
Chapter 5: Learning Disabilities
Chapter 6: Emotional or Behavioral Disorders
Chapter 7: Autism Spectrum Disorders
Chapter 8: Communication Disorders
Chapter 9: Deafness and Hearing Loss
Chapter 10: Blindness and Low Vision
Chapter 11: Physical Disabilties, Health Impairments, and ADHD
Chapter 12: Low-Incidence Disabilities: Severe/Multiple Disabilities, Deaf-Blindness, and Traumatic Brain Injury
Chapter 13: Giftedness and Talent
Chapter 14: Early Childhood Special Education
Chapter 15: Transitioning to Adulthood
· Categorical chapters 4-13 roughly follow the same general format:
· Definition (and Classification)
· Identification and Assessment
· Educational Approaches
· Educational Placement
William Lee Heward is Emeritus Professor of Education at The Ohio State University. He majored in psychology and sociology as an undergraduate at Western Michigan University, earned his doctorate in special education at the University of Massachusetts, and joined the special education faculty at Ohio State in 1975. Bill has served as a Senior Fulbright Lecturer in Special Education in Portugal and Visiting Professor of Psychology at Keio University in Tokyo. Among the many honors he has received are Ohio State University’s highest recognition of teaching excellence, the Alumni Association’s Distinguished Teaching Award, and the American Psychological Association’s Division 25 Fred S. Keller Behavioral Education Award for lifetime achievements in education.
Dr. Heward’s current research interests include “low-tech” methods for increasing the effectiveness of group instruction and adaptations of curriculum and instruction that promote the generalization and maintenance of newly learned knowledge and skills. Bill’s publications include seven other textbooks and more than 100 journal articles and book chapters. His research has appeared in the field’s leading peer-reviewed journals, including Behavioral Disorders, Education and Training in Developmental Disabilities, Exceptional Children, Learning Disabilities Research & Practice, Research in Developmental Disabilities, Teacher Education and Special Education, Teaching Exceptional Children, and The Journal of Special Education.
Bill has also written for the popular market. His book Some Are Called Clowns (Crowell, 1974) chronicled his five summers as a pitcher for the Indianapolis Clowns, the last of the barnstorming baseball teams.