Friday, January 1, 2010

2009 Reading List

  1. “Adolescents Coping with Stress: Development and Diversity” – M. J. Zimmer-Gembeck & E. A. Skinner

  2. “Alternative Strategies in Assessing Special Education Needs” – Buce F. Dykeman

  3. Assessment: In Special and Inclusive Education, Tenth Edition – Salvia

  4. “Authentic Assessment: Testing in Reality” – M.D. Svinicki

  5. Becoming a Middle School or High School Teacher in Texas. 1st Edition – Janice L Nath & Myrna Cohen

  6. Behavior Disorders of Childhood Sixth Edition – Wicks-Nelson, R. & Israel, A. C.

  7. “Boundaries in Family-Professional Relationships” – L.G. Lord Nelson, Jean A. Summers, and A.P. Turnbull

  8. Building Positive Behavior Support Systems in Schools: Functional Behavior Assessment – Crone, D. A. & Horner, R. H.

  9. A Case Study Approach to Classroom Management – Richard T Scarpaci

  10. Classroom Management for Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders– Pieranglo, R. & Guiliani, G.

  11. “Communication with Families Across Cultures: An Investigation of Teacher Perceptions and Practices” – Jody L. Eberly

  12. “Community Forays: Addressing Students; Functional Skills in Inclusive Settings” – Teri L Burcroff, Daniel M.Radogna, and Erika H. Wright

  13. “Community-Referenced Learning and the Inclusive Classroom” – Paula Kluth

  14. “The Continental Project: A Model Program for School Work Transition for Students with Disabilities” – Penny Dave, J’Anne, and Patricia Peterson

  15. “Curriculum and Assessment for Students with Moderate and Severe Disabilities” – D. M. Browder

  16. “Curriculum-Based Measurement in Writing: Predicting the Success of High-School Students on State Standards Tests” – Heather Campbell, Espine, Lembke Christine; Long Erica, D. Jeffrey, Renata Ticha, and Teri Wallace

  17. “Deconstructing a Definition: Social Maladjustment Versus Emotional Disturbance and Moving the EBD Fiend Forward” – K. W. Merrell & H. M. Walker

  18. “Differentiation and High-Stakes Testing: An Oxymoron?” – Kay Brimijoin

  19. “The Efficacy of Intelligence Testing in Children with Physical Disabilities” – Cheryl Crisp

  20. The Ego and the Id – Sigmund Freud

  21. Emotional and Behavioral Problems: A Handbook for Understanding and Handling Students – Zionist, P., Zionist, L., & Simpson, R. L.

  22. “Emotional Disturbance/Social Maladjustment: Why Is the Incidence Increasing?” – T. J. Kehle, M. A. Bray, L. A. Theodore, Z. Zhou, & D. B. McCoach

  23. “Employment Lifestyle Training: A New Approach to Vocational Rehabilitation Teacher Services” – Garry Bowman

  24. “Evaluating the Differential Treatment of Emotional Disturbance and Social Maladjustment” – L. A. Theodore, A. Akin-Little, & S. G. Little

  25. “Exploring Inclusive Education: Early Steps for Prospective Secondary School Teachers” – Sue Pearson

  26. “Fact Sheet: Benefits of Curriculum Based Measurement” – Kathleen McLane

  27. “Families Challenged by and Accommodating to the Adolescent Years” – G. Llewellyn, D. McConnell, J. Schneider, and N. Wedgewood

  28. A Framework for Understanding Poverty – Ruby K. Payne

  29. Functional Assessment and program Development for Problem Behavior: A Practical Handbook – O’Neill, R. E., Horner, R. H., Albin, R. W., Sprague, J. R. Storey, K., Newton, J. S.

  30. The First Days of School– Harry K. and Rosemary T. Wong

  31. “High Schools Try Out RTI” – Christina A. Samuels

  32. “High-Stakes Testing and Students with Disabilities” – Julie Jones, Antonis Katsiyannis, Joseph B. Ryan, and Dalun

  33. “High-Stakes Testing of Students with Disabilities” – David R. Johnson and Martha L. Thurlow

  34. If Your Adolescent Has Depression or Bipolar DisorderD. L. Evans & L. W. Andrews

  35. “Impact of Learning-Style Instructional Strategies on Students’ Achievement and Attitudes: Perceptions of Educators in Diverse Institutions” – R. Dunn, A. Honigsfeld, L.S. Doolan, L. Bostrom, K. Russo, M.S. Schiering, B. Suh, & H. Tenedero

  36. “Impacts of an Inclusive School-to-Work Program” – Myong-Ye Bang and Peg Lamb

  37. “Inclusive Education: What Makes It a Good Education for Students with Moderate to Severe Disabilities?” – June E.Downing, and Kathryn D. Peckham-Hardin

  38. “Incorporating Interests and Structure to Improve Participation of a Child with Autism in a Standardized Assessment: A Case Study Analysis” – John J. Vacca

  39. “Influences on Parent Perceptions of an Alternate Assessment for Students with Severe Cognitive Disabilities” – Andrew T. Roach

  40. Interactive Play for Children with Autism– Seach

  41. “An Interdisciplinary Course to Prepare School Professionals to Collaborate with Families of Exceptional Children” – Sarah Kit-Yee Lam

  42. “Is It Working?: An Overview of Curriculum Based Measurement and Its Uses for Assessing Instructional, Intervention, or Program Effectiveness” – Dale L. Cusumano

  43. Learners On the Autism Spectrum – Shawnee Mission

  44. “Making Inclusion Work” – Elaine Keane and Jacqueline Roberts

  45. Moderate and Severe Disabilities: A Foundational Approach – B. C.Collins

  46. The New Social Story Book – Carol Gray

  47. “The Perils of High School Exit Exams – Deborah Perkins-Gough

  48. “Post-Secondary Education and Transition Services for Students Ages 18-21 with Significant Disabilities” – Meg Grigal, M.Moon, and Debra A. Neubert

  49. “Postschool Outcomes and Community Adjustment of Young Adults with Severe Disabilities” – Laura Bloomberg, Robert H.Bruininks, J David R.ohnson, Hung-Chih Lin, and Kevin McGrew

  50. “Practical Cases in Special Education for All Educators” – M. K. Weishaar & V. G. Scott

  51. Practice Makes Perfect: English Grammar for ESL Learners – Edward Swick

  52. “Psychological Criticism” – Griffith

  53. “Questions to Guide RTI’s Use” – David Tilly

  54. “Response to Intervention (RTI): What Teachers of Reading Need to Know” – Eric M. Mesmer & Heidi Mesmer

  55. “Response to Intervention: What & Why?” – Judy Elliot

  56. “Sam Comes to School: Including Students with Autism in Your Classroom” – Diana Friedlander

  57. Same Lake, Different BoatHubach

  58. “Self-Determination for Students with Intellectual Disabilities and Why I Want Educators to Know What It Means” – Susan U. Marks

  59. “Self-Determination: Is a Rose by Any Other Name Still a Rose?” – Ann P. Turnbull

  60. “Self-Determination: What Do We Know? Where Do We Go?” – Cynthia R.Chambers, Youngsun Lee, Kerry M.Lida, Yumiko Saito, Vandana Singh, and Michael L. Wehmeyer

  61. “Short-Term Estimates of Growth Using Curriculum-Based Measurement of Oral Reading Fluency: Estimating Standard Error of the Slope to Construct Confidence Intervals” – Theodore J. Christ

  62. “Social Awareness and Transition to Employment for Adolescents with Mental Retardation” – Rhoda S.Black and J. Langone

  63. “Special Education: A Service, Not a Sentence” – Patrick A. Schwarz

  64. “Succeed With a Response-to-Intervention Model” – Colleen K. Reutebuch

  65. Stop That Seemingly Senseless Behavior – Glasberg

  66. Survival Strategies for Parenting Children with Bipolar DisorderG. T. Lynn

  67. “Teachers’ Beliefs about Classroom Management: Pre-service and In-service

  68. Teacher's ELL Handbook Strategies for English Language Learners – Prentice Hall

  69. “Teachers’ Perceptions of Alternative Assessments” – Lynn Ahlgrim-Delzell, Diane Browder, Claudia Flowers, and Fred Spooner

  70. “Teaching Classroom Educators How to be More Effective and Creative Teachers” – J. Simplicio & M. West

  71. “Teaching Self-Advocacy to Students with Disabilities” – Deborah McCarthy

  72. “Teaching Students About Their Disabilities: Increasing Self-Determination Skills and Self-Concept” – Gloria D. Campbell-Whatley

  73. “’That’s Not Fair!’ Helping the Child with a Sibling Who Has Special Needs” – Adele M. Brodkin

  74. Theology and Down Syndrome – Amos Yong

  75. “Transition to the Community, Work, and Independent Living: The Rural Community as a Classroom” – Gary Dutey, Veronica Gold, Elissa Stowers, and Ellen Williams

  76. Understanding the Mind of Your Bipolar ChildG. T. Lombardo

  77. “Use of Brief Functional Analysis and Intervention Evaluation in Public Settings” – Paul A.Alberto, David Cihak, and Laura D. Frederick

  78. “Using Curriculum-Based Measurement to Monitor Reading Progress in Inclusive Elementary Settings” – Pamela M. Stecker

  79. “What Every Special Educator Should Know about High-Stakes Testing” – Leah Washburn-Moses

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