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Preview — Human Exceptionality by Michael L. School, Community, and Family by Michael L. After a comprehensive six-chapter introduction to the foundation and challenges across the lifespan for people with exceptionalities, the successive nine chapters focus on definitions, classifications, prevalence, causation, and characteristics of the major categories of exceptionality.
Categorical chapters also provide practical information on the educational, medical, and social services aspects of working with people who are exceptional. An excellent resource for pre-service and in-service teachers as well as a range hardjan human services professionals, the book’s unique, human approach combines the most current research, detailed personal stories about exceptional persons, and fresh pedagogical features that help students understand and apply the material.
Human Exceptionality: School, Community, and Family
Hardcoverpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Human Exceptionalityplease sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I had to read this textbook for a class. Very informative, but it’s a textbook so it’s a little lack-luster It was funny in a sad way to see how the future guardians of the school prison system are indoctrinated.
Academic paper pushers who love their pension plan and give all the data about empowering landmark Supreme Court decisions and no data about less pleasing aspects like mandatory schooling is not about freedom, the abuse, and so on. Jul 15, Mark Schlatter rated it it was ok Shelves: Good coverage, but the organization within chapters was lacking.
Repetitive at times with too many sidebars. And, amazingly for a tenth edition, some typos. Jan 23, E. Informative as you would expect, while occassionally the format would confuse when late at night reading. But good content all in all. Zyrah Samar rated it liked it Jan 06, Verna rated it liked it Sep 11, Alyssa Johnson rated it it was ok May 30, Felicity rated it liked it Feb 09, Allison rated it really liked it Dec 03, Elisabeth Willson rated it liked it Dec 23, Roger rated it liked it Apr 17, Elisha rated it it was ok Jan 25, Amanda Scifo rated it really liked it Mar 19, Nunya Carley rated it really liked it Nov 24, Heather rated it liked it Nov 17, Ryan rated it really liked it Oct 07, Barbara Slagel rated it it was ok Nov 07, Tracy rated it liked it Jun 19, Dylan Fender rated it liked it Aug 08, Ramona rated it really liked it Apr 25, Sarah Merlitz rated it liked it Dec 30, Michelle L Graff rated it did not like it Dec 11, Joana rated it it was amazing Feb 28, Emily rated it it was ok Jan 03, Debbie West rated it liked it Feb 04, Rachel rated it it was amazing Oct 18, Carolyn Truchon rated it it was amazing Jan 20, M Hajduk rated it really liked it Oct 15, Lianna rated it it was amazing Feb 15, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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