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Educating Students with Disabilities in Middle Childhood and Adolescent Settings

Strategies for general and special education teachers to meet the cognitive, emotional, and social needs of adolescents with disabilities in general education classes in middle and high schools. Methods for collaboration with teachers, parents and other professionals, including participation in IEP development. Examination of service delivery models at the middle and high school levels. Issues of transition planning, curriculum development, instructional planning, uses of technology, identifying strengths and differentiating instruction, with a special focus on the development of literacy skills and processes that promote social skill development and interpersonal communication

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Teaching and Learning