Identification and evaluation of learning disabilities : the school team's guide to student success / Evelyn S. Johnson and Anne B. Clohessy (Lee Pesky Learning Center).

Author
Johnson, Evelyn S., 1969- [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • Thousand Oaks, California : Corwin, a SAGE company, [2014]
  • ?2014
Description
1 online resource (134 pages) : illustrations

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Ensure that your students have the support they need! When it comes to designing instruction for students with learning disabilities, one size does not fit all -- and that's also true for identifying and evaluating learning disabilities. Theories and legislation aside, it's critical for your school team to have a comprehensive plan to make sure every child gets the right kind of attention--and no one falls through the cracks. This compelling, easy-to-use handbook guides general educators, special educators, administrators, and school psychologists through the eligibility and evaluation stages to ensure that students get the best services and interventions they need to be successful. You'll find: -- Guidance on what data to collect and how to collect it -- Strategies for combining RTI with a comprehensive ...
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Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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English
Contents
chapter 1. An overview of RTI and SLD evaluation -- chapter 2. Defining and diagnosing specific learning disabilities -- chapter 3. Response to intervention (RTI) -- chapter 4. Using tier 1 and tier 2 data to inform SLD -- chapter 5. Psychological processing and academic performance -- chapter 6. Comprehensive evaluation case studies -- chapter 7. School team functioning.
ISBN
  • 1-4833-5362-1
  • 1-4833-3152-0
  • 1-4833-3157-1
  • 1-4833-3153-9
LCCN
2014466610
OCLC
  • 915346878
  • 1017732820
  • 883651502
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