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Developing Effective Individualized Education Programs A Case Based Tutorial by Earle Knowlton
  

Developing Effective Individualized Education Programs A Case Based Tutorial

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Developing Effective Individualized Education Programs A Case Based Tutorial by Earle Knowlton

With the increasing trends of inclusive classrooms, high-stakes accountability for teachers and administration, and earlier identification of students with special needs, it is vital that both general and special education teachers know how to write and implement effective individualized education plans (IEPs). In order to learn how to write and implement plans you need to understand the process. Using observation videos, interactive quizzes, tutorials reflection activities, IEP forms, and a wealth of additional resources such as relevant articles and web links related to education topics related to IEPs, this interactive, step-by-step CD will help students to better understand the IEP process by showing them how to put this knowledge into practice.

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Publication date

1st March 2006

Author

Earle Knowlton

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Publisher

Pearson an imprint of Pearson Education (US)

Format

CD-ROM

Categories

Curriculum planning & development
Teaching of students with specific learning difficulties / needs

ISBN

9780132216951

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