Educating Students with Intellectual Disability and Autism Disorder is a comprehensive resource, providing educators with the most up-to-date information on what works in real classrooms with real students. Edited by: Shurr, Jimenez, & Bouck. Written by Shurr, Jimenez, and Bouck and contributing authors.
4 BOOK SERIES
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Book 1: Research Based Practices and Education Science, a comprehensive explanation of the four learning stages–acquisition, fluency, maintenance, and generalization–and how understanding this process can help educators plan instruction.
Book 2: Foundational Concepts for Leadership and Collaboration, includes topics of teacher leadership and advocacy, collaborating with colleagues, and working with diverse students and their families.
Book 3: Essential Skills and Frameworks, addresses a range of topics, from augmentative and alternative communication to the foundations of student behavior, social interactions and communication, student self-determination, and supporting students with more complex needs and multiple disabilities.
Book 4: Academic, Life Skills, and Transition, takes up the controversial topic of what to teach—should the focus be on academics or on functional or life skills?—and stresses that the education of students with ID and ASD should involve both.