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*  Exceptional Children
... is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal covering the field of special education. The editors-in- ... Teaching Exceptional Children "Scopus title list". Elsevier. Archived from the original (Microsoft Excel) on 2013-12-02. ... It was established in 1934 and is published by Sage Publications on behalf of the Council for Exceptional Children. The journal ...
*  Young Exceptional Children
... is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal covering the field of special education. The editor-in ... Young Exceptional Children is abstracted and indexed in: Contents Pages in Education ERIC NISC[clarification needed] Scopus ... published by SAGE Publications in association with the Division for Early Childhood of the Council for Exceptional Children. ... Official website Division for Early Childhood of the Council for Exceptional Children. ...
*  Teaching Exceptional Children
... (styled TEACHING Exceptional Children) is a bimonthly peer-reviewed academic journal covering the ... TEACHING Exceptional Children is abstracted and indexed in:[citation needed] ERIC NISC[clarification needed] Exceptional ... It was established in 1968 and is published by Sage Publications on behalf of the Council for Exceptional Children. ...
*  Guild for Exceptional Children
The Guild for Exceptional Children was founded in 1963, at a time when many public schools did not provide classes for some ... The Guild for Exceptional Children is a nonprofit organization in Brooklyn which offers schooling and other services for ... The founding president of the Guild for Exceptional Children was Olga DeFelippo (died November 3, 2005). In 2001, the City of ... This makes a Guild for Exceptional Children, a member of the American Horticultural Therapy Association. The Waiver Services ...
*  Brideun School for Exceptional Children
... was a school for twice exceptional (2e) children in Lafayette, Colorado. It operated ... Heyman, J. D.; Jason Bane (16 December 2002). "Intelligence Agent: Marlo Payne Rice Runs a School for Kids Who Are Both Gifted ...
*  National Child Award for Exceptional Achievement
SIP Academy Malaysia National Child Award for Exceptional Achievement-2009 Photo. National Child Award for Exceptional ... national child award The Hindu National Child Award for Exceptional Achievement wbXpress National Child Award for Exceptional ... Child Development, Govt. of India Portal 27 children felicitated with National Child Award on Children's Day NWN News-National ... The National Child Award for Exceptional Achievement was instituted in 1996 and is awarded by the Department of Women & Child ...
*  Disability in the United States
Collet-Klingenberg, L.L. (1998). "The reality of best practices in transition: A case study". Exceptional Children. 65 (1): 67- ... children are sometimes treated like disabled children, and not included in activities in which other children were able to ... This team evaluates the goals for the child and determines what needs to be done in order for those goals to be met. Children ... Thirteen percent of families with children under the age of 18, who are also receiving welfare benefits, had at least one child ...
*  Fundamental assessment
Exceptional children. 71 (2): 165. doi:10.1177/001440290507100203. Retrieved 8 August 2012. Matson, Johnny L.; Megan Sipes; Max ... For the escape from demands hypothesis, they had an adult make a normal demand towards the child, but terminate it if the self ... For adult attention hypothesis, they created an environment where an adult is in the room with the child but pays no attention ... An example of automatic positive reinforcement would be an autistic child waving his hands in front of his face (problem ...
*  Response to intervention
Deno, S. L. (1985). "Curriculum-based measurement: The emerging alternative". Exceptional Children. 52 (3): 219-232. PMID ... First, the evaluation must document that "...the child does not achieve adequately for the child's age or to meet State- ... RTI proponents claim that when interventions work, fewer children, particularly minority children, are referred for special ... Teaching Exceptional Children: 58-65. Parette, H; Blum, C.; Hourcade, J.J (January 2010). "Article". Bol, Beste; Kaplan, Melike ...
*  J. E. Wallace Wallin
"Meritorious Service Award". Exceptional Children. 22 (2): 98. November 1955. Retrieved December 31, 2012. ... "CEC Professional Awards". Council for Exceptional Children. Retrieved December 31, 2012. Lawrence, Alberta (1921). Who's Who ... The Council for Exceptional Children gives the J. E. Wallace Wallin Lifetime Achievement Award to "an individual who has made ... They had two children. Virginia Stanton Wallin Obrinski was born in 1915 and became a psychologist. Geraldine Tinsley Wallin ...
*  Classwide Peer Tutoring
Exceptional Children. 55 (1): 52-59. ,access-date= requires ,url= (help) Utley, Cheryl; Reddy, Shalini S.; Delquadri, Joseph C ... Exceptional Children. 65 (4): 524-536. ,access-date= requires ,url= (help) Sideridis, Georgois; Utley, Cheryl; Greenwood, ... CWPT was initially developed and researched in the early 1980s at the Juniper Gardens Children's Project at the University of ... DuPaul, George; Ervin, Ruth; Hook, Cristine (1998). "Peer Tutoring for Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: ...
*  Youth and disability
Exceptional Children. 71 (3): 339-345. Schnittker, Jason; Massoglia, Michael; Uggen, Christopher (2012). "Out and Down: ... for a youth with special needs. As a conclusion from the research listed above, these children are more likely to be able to ... This transition can be difficult for youth with a disability if it is too sudden- many of these youth struggle with the ... There are 1345,000 youth incarcerated in the U.S system, and 30%-70% of these individuals are youth with disabilities. ...
*  Genius
Exceptional Children. 50 (6): 518-523. Retrieved 8 July 2010. Put into the context of the psychometric movement as a whole, it ... giftedness Savant syndrome Gifted education Child prodigy List of child prodigies List of chess prodigies List of child music ... Though such exceptional creativity is conspicuously lacking in the vast majority of people who have a high IQ, it is probably ... Ironically, not one of the more than 1,500 children who qualified according to his IQ criterion received so high an honor as ...
*  Family-centered practices
Exceptional Children. 58 (2): 115-126. doi:10.1177/001440299105800203. ISSN 0014-4029. "Implementing family-centred care" (PDF ... They begin their work by evaluating the family with the child/children and the family without the child/children. The goal from ... Strength-based practice and parental engagement in child welfare services: An empirical examination. Children and Youth ... Even if use of an FCP is not continued, other steps can be taken to provide for the safety and well-being of the child. Child ...
*  David W. Johnson (scholar)
Exceptional Children. Vol.49(4), pp. 323-329. Mesch, D., Lew, M., Johnson, D. W. & Johnson, R. (1986) Isolated teenagers, ... Exceptional Children. Vol.52(6), pp. 553-561. Johnson, D. W. (1975) Cooperativeness and social perspective taking. Journal of ... He grew up in a family of seven children, living for several years on a family farm. Currently, he lives in Minneapolis, ... chaired the selection committee). During the summer of 1963, he led a day camp for children in the Bedford-Stuyvesant area of ...
*  Theory of multiple intelligences
Exceptional Children. 54 (3): 228-39. doi:10.1177/001440298705400305. Klein, Perry, D. (1997). "Multiplying the problems of ... For example, the theory postulates that a child who learns to multiply easily is not necessarily more intelligent than a child ... The child who takes more time to master multiplication may best learn to multiply through a different approach, may excel in a ... "State of the Child". New York Review of Books. Eberstadt, Mary (October-November 1999). "The Schools They Deserve" (PDF). ...
*  Expert system
Exceptional Children. 61 (2). Retrieved 30 November 2013. Haddawy, P; Suebnukarn, S. (2010). "Intelligent Clinical Training ...
*  Free Appropriate Public Education
"The Educational Rights of Exceptional Children" (PDF). Public Policy and the Education of Exceptional Children. The Council for ... Most courts that have addressed the issue found that for a school to demonstrate it is providing FAPE to a child, that child ... Under the IDEA, FAPE is defined as an educational program that is individualized to a specific child, that meets that child's ... if the child is educated in the general education classrooms of the public education system, the IEP must enable the child to ...
*  Intellectual giftedness
"Meeting the needs of students who are twice exceptional". Teaching Exceptional Children. 38 (1): 5-6. King, Emily Williams ( ... The term "gifted and talented" when used in respect to students, children, or youth means students, children, or youth who give ... September 2005). "Addressing the social and emotional needs of twice-exceptional students". Teaching Exceptional Children. 38 ( ... A Child prodigy that demonstrates qualities to be twice- exceptional may encounter additional difficulties. With insight at a ...
*  Luciano L'Abate
Teaching the exceptional child. Philadelphia: W. D. Saunders. 1976. Understanding and helping the individual in the family. New ... Louis, Missouri (1959-64). Moved to Atlanta, Georgia when he became Associate Professor and Chief Psychologist in the Child ... he received a USPHS postdoctoral fellowship in child psychotherapy at Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, Illinois (1958-59). ...
*  Socratic method
Chorzempa, Barbara; Lapidus, Laurie (January 2009). "To Find Yourself, Think For Yourself". Teaching Exceptional Children. 41 ( ... Socrates began to engage in such discussions with his fellow Athenians after his friend from youth, Chaerephon, visited the ...
*  Social Stories
Teaching Exceptional Children. 37 (4): 40-47. CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) Hagiwara T & Myles B (1999). "A ... Rust J, Smith A (March 2006). "How should the effectiveness of Social Stories to modify the behaviour of children on the ... Although Social Stories have been recommended as an effective intervention for children with ASD since the early 1990s, the ... Sansosti FJ, Powell-Smith KA, Kincaid D (Winter 2004). "A research synthesis of Social Story intervention for children with ...
*  Dialogue journal
Teaching Exceptional Children. 36 (2): 36-41. Regan, K.S.; Mastropiere, M.A.; Scruggs, T.E. (2005). "Promoting expressive ... A case study of dialogue journal writing with a young gifted child points out that the learning styles of gifted children ( ... According to Vygotsky, learning takes place in the space or "zone" that a child or learner is working in when solving a problem ... Jardine, A. (2008). Affirming marginal voices: A study of a group of primary school children in an assymetrical multilingual ...
*  Deaf education
Exceptional Children: 2. Retrieved 2010-05-29. Bowe, Frank (2004). Making Inclusion Work. Upper Saddle River, N.J: Prentice ... Of the children identified as deaf, only 10% are born to deaf parents.[not in citation given] This percent of deaf students may ... Deaf children in Nepal have the right to free, qualified education in line with provisions of the UN Convention on the Rights ... Children using this option may be placed in a continuum of educational placement, including oral schools (such as the Clarke ...
*  Augmentative and alternative communication
Teaching Exceptional Children. 35: 56-61. Patel, Rupal; Radhakrishnan, Rajiv Helen (2007). "Enhancing Access to Situational ... Unlike speaking children, children who use AAC do not always have access to their AAC system, and don't select the content ... For example, a photo of a child's room may be included in the child's AAC system. Objects and events within the photograph are ... "Trends in Communicative Access Solutions for Children With Cerebral Palsy". Journal of Child Neurology. 29 (8): 1108-1118. doi: ...
*  By the Great Horn Spoon!
... is a children's novel about the gold rush by Sid Fleischman, published in 1963. The story takes place ... telling Jack that he has made an exceptional purchase. Later, a challenge to Praiseworthy arrives from the Mountain Ox, a ...