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Description - Your Classroom Guide to Special Education Law by Beverley H. Johns

When you're teaching students who have special needs, what are your legal responsibilities? How can you provide appropriate, legally compliant special education services and avoid pitfalls? Turn to this quick, interactive guide for concise, accessible answers. This book gives administrators the basics of special education law in an engaging, easy-to-read format. With the jargon-free definitions and reader-friendly descriptions of laws and court cases, you'll build a storehouse of knowledge you can apply in your own classroom. Thought-provoking activities and real-life scenarios are included in every chapter so you can put your knowledge to the test. Each chapter presents a different topic related to special education law, including working with parents and colleagues, supervising students, IEP development, behavioural interventions, and teacher conduct.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781598579710
ISBN-10: 1598579711
Format: Paperback
(229mm x 152mm x mm)
Pages: 176
Imprint: Brookes Publishing Co
Publisher: Brookes Publishing Co
Publish Date: 9-Jun-2016
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Beverley H. Johns

Beverley Holden Johns has 40 years experience working with students with autism, learning disabilities (LD), and/or behavioral disorders (EBD) within the public schools. She supervised LD and EBD teachers in 22 school districts, was the founder and administrator of the Garrison Alternative School for students with severe EBD in Jacksonville, Illinois, and later the coordinator for staff development for the Four Rivers Special Education District. She is now a learning and behavior consultant, and an adjunct instructor for MacMurray College (where she teaches the course on Special Education Law, on Adaptations for the General Education Classroom, and on EBD).