4 edition of Parents and teachers of exceptional students found in the catalog.
Parents and teachers of exceptional students
Thomas M. Shea
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||Thomas M. Shea, Anne M. Bauer.|
|Contributions||Bauer, Anne M.|
|LC Classifications||LC3981 .S54 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 374 p. :|
|Number of Pages||374|
|LC Control Number||84024435|
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She has a B.S. in elementary education, a in gifted studies, is a sought-after national speaker and educational consultant, and is the founder of. The best way to avoid crises with parents or even, heaven forbid, due process, it’s good to have regular communication methods in place. If parents know you are open to hearing their concerns, you can nip any potential misunderstandings that lead to a crisis in theif you communicate regularly when you do have concerns about problem behaviors or a child in crisis, Parents and teachers of exceptional students book.
Special Education From the View of Students, Teachers, and Parents Fifth grade teacher Kara Houppert, left, and special education teacher Lauren Eisinger co-teach a. Parenting a twice exceptional child can be a challenge, so it’s important to remember that you are not facing this alone.
There are many resources available for parents of 2E kids, from after school enrichment programs, to apps, to family support child’s school administrators, guidance counselors, and teachers should also have a vested interest in helping your child succeed.
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Student benefits. Substantial evidence exists showing that parent involvement benefits students, including raising their academic achievement. There are other advantages for children when parents become involved — namely, increased motivation for learning, improved behavior, more regular attendance, and a more positive attitude about homework and school in general.
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Twice-exceptional children often find difficulty in the school environment, where organization, participation, and long-term planning play a role. They can be highly creative, verbal, imaginative, curious, with strong problem-solving ability, and a wide range of interests or a single, all-consuming expertise.
The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) is the largest international professional organization dedicated to improving the educational success of children and. Parents want to know things with just a simple phone call, email, or voice mail message.
When parents ask questions, they want prompt and quick response from teachers. Parents want respectful and honest treatment of their children by the teachers.
Parents want fair and reasonable teacher expectations for the abilities of the child. Parent-Teacher Conferences Parent-Teacher Conferences are some of the most important days of the school year.
Here, parents and teachers come together to make sure students are progressing and colllaborate to determine ways they can both help them continue to succeed.
Use the resources in this section to be fully prepared for the big day. The book most requested by parents and teachers. Written by a leading therapist, this workbook is a must-have for the person with high functioning autism or Asperger's Syndrome.
Includes chapters to help explain their world Becoming a Master Student by David B. Ellis A great book for students of all skill levels and ages. The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act is a law that ensures certain rights for children with disabilities and their families. Parents have a certain role to play in the process of getting children the help they need.
Find out what parents of children with disabilities can expect in. Texas Association for the Gifted (TAGT) Legacy Book Awards Also visit 2E (Twice Exceptional) Books for books unique to twice exceptional children.
For Kids and Teens books, see Hot Topics. - a different kind of book list!. 5 Levels of Gifted: School Issues and Educational Options by Deborah L. Ruf Using gifted children as examples, Ruf illustrates five new levels of giftedness, which parents.
- Books, websites & groups for parents of gifted & twice-exceptional (2e) children, or as I call them, "kite kids." While these kiddos can have high IQs (intellectual giftedness), it's common for them to have deficits in social smarts, some executive-function skills & other areas.
Kite kids also can exhibit extreme curiosity, intensities or aversions related to one or more of the pins. Tips to parents and teachers from 2e expert and educator Susan Baum, Ph.D.
A conversation on ways to educate 2e students with educator Beverly Trail, Ed.D., author of the book Twice-Exceptional Gifted Children: Understanding, Teaching, and Counseling Gifted Students. The first couple of weeks of school is what teachers like to call the “honeymoon phase”.
When I taught, I remember students always being on their best behavior. But soon students will become more comfortable and a classroom hierarchy will develop. Students begin to notice those that may be different, and will start making comments [ ].
Teacher-parent collaboration is more difficult to promote and maintain if teachers and parents work as separate units (Braley, ). Teachers and parents require active communication with each other for shared decision-making and ideas, to plan the IEP program and to discuss ways of improving student.
Get this from a library. Parents and teachers of exceptional students: a handbook for involvement. [Thomas M Shea; Anne M Bauer]. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Heck, Arch Oliver, Education of exceptional children.
New York, London, McGraw-Hill Book Company, inc., The consistent use of home-school notes is an important part of the communication system among parents, students, and teachers regarding student progress (Nahmias, ). Home-school notes promote consistency in expectations and help teachers and parents develop a common language (Bos, ).It is important for parents and teachers of twice exceptional students to teach compensation strategies.
Specific teaching and learning methods enable such students to successfully progress on their learning journeys. Twice-exceptional students cannot improve by simply “trying harder.”.