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Issue Brief, May 2004

Author: 
None
Publisher: 
Alliance for Excellent Education; (05/2004)
Type: 
Article
ID: 
3845
Price: 
$0.00
Location: 
CLASS 35
Notes: 
Points out critical components to address when using a literacy program with adolescents.

Teaching Students with Autistic Spectrum Disorders to Read

Author: 
Broun, Leslie Todd
Publisher: 
Teaching Exceptional Children, Vol. 36, No. 4; (2004)
Type: 
Article
ID: 
3846
Price: 
$0.00
Location: 
CLASS 36
Notes: 
Article addresses the issue of how to go about teaching reading to children with ASD.

Nashoba Learning Group

Author: 
None
Publisher: 
None
Type: 
Brochure
ID: 
3627
Price: 
$0.00
Location: 
Resource Drawer - Mass State Resources Folder
Notes: 
02/23/04 MATERIAL UPDATED Brochure provides basic information and describes the program.

Taking Care of Myself Hygiene Puberty and Personal Curriculum for Young People with Autism

Author: 
Wrobel, Mary
Publisher: 
Future Horizons; (2003)
Type: 
Book
ID: 
3767
Price: 
$25.00
Location: 
Lending Library; Danvers
Notes: 
NEW 12/03 This book was specifically designed to address health/safety needs of students age five and up with autism. Combined social stories and easy to understand activities aims to help reduce the fear/confusion surrounding issues of health, hygiene

Affect Based Language Curriculum (ABLC) an Intensive Program for Families Therapists and Teachers

Author: 
Greenspan, Stanley I.; Lewis, Diane
Publisher: 
ICDL; (2002)
Type: 
Book
ID: 
3676
Price: 
$47.00
Location: 
Lending Library; Danvers
Notes: 
10/03 CD ROM MISSING; NEW 05/01/03 The focus of this curriculum is uniquely developmental, it helps families/practitioners understand where a child is on the developmental roadmap and what needs to focused on to move up through the next levels, and hel

Innovations Assessing Problem Behaviors

Author: 
Demchak, MaryAnn; Bossert, Karen
Publisher: 
AAMR; (1996)
Type: 
Book
ID: 
74
Price: 
$9.00
Location: 
Lending Library; Danvers
Notes: 
08/26/03 MOVED FROM REFERENCE Guide to understanding, assessing and developing intervention for problem behaviors.

Implementing IDEA a Guide for Principals

Author: 
None
Publisher: 
CEC; (03/2001)
Type: 
RefMat
ID: 
3656
Price: 
$0.00
Location: 
Reference-Misc
Notes: 
Guide is offered as a tool for ensuring that all children with disabilities learn and that principals have the supports needed to implement IDEA.

Sunburst Programs and Knowledge Adventure

Author: 
None
Publisher: 
Sunburst Technology
Type: 
CD-ROM
ID: 
3620
Price: 
$0.00
Location: 
Reference-Misc
Notes: 
CD-ROMs introduce the new and award winning Knowledge Adventure and Sunburst software programs. Features skill building, curriculum software programs, instructional programs including "Type to Learn 3" and "The Blasters Learning Series" as well as creativity tools "HyperStudio 4" and "EasyBook Deluxe".

Modifying Schoolwork Teachers Guide to Inclusive Practices

Author: 
Janney, Rachel; Snell, Martha E.
Publisher: 
Paul H. Brookes Publishing; (2000)
Type: 
Book
ID: 
3605
Price: 
$25.00
Location: 
Lending Library; Danvers
Notes: 
DONATED BY BROOKES PUBLISHING 01/03 Book provides strategies, models and examples of how to adapt the class/curriculum and individualized instruction each student needs to achieve academic/social success.

Phonemic Awareness in Young Children

Author: 
Adams, Marilyn Jager; Foorman, Barbara R.; Lundberg, Ingvar et.al.
Publisher: 
Paul H. Brookes Publishing; (1998)
Type: 
Book
ID: 
3608
Price: 
$26.00
Location: 
Reference-Curriculum/Assessment
Notes: 
DONATED BY BROOKES PUBLISHING 01/03 This supplemental language and reading curriculum complements any prereading program. Curriculum accommodates individualized learning/teaching styles.

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