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How to get parents, teachers, administrators and therapists all on the same "page" for helping the LD child.
Finally a book that speaks to everyone including the child. The search for appropriate help for the strugggling child is confusing and expensive. How to choose the who what and where with understanding is an essential skill for the parent. How do parent and taecher hear each other when they speak in different voices from different perspectivies? This book solves that and more.
Road,n. "A strip of land along which one may pass from whre it is too tiresome to be, to where it is too futile to go." Ambrose Pierce.....And so athis pessimistic view of life in the early part of the last century seems very close to what some children are probably feeling about their daily life in school.
It is anxiety-provoking and tiresome to go to a place everyday whre, no matter how hard you try you fail.
This book is all about you,the listener, the hearer the sayer. Whether you are a teacher, or a therapist or a paent, this is about communication.
How to say it.
How to hear it.
How to ask it.
There is no way to delete emotion. The information is hard to say, hard to hear, and hard to decipher.....
So this book is about your needs, given by a former special education teacher, a parent of learning disabled children and a praciting occupational therapist.
"Explaining the Jargon of Special Ed--Simply"
"Aprimer on special needs education define and describes learning disabilities and how occupational therapy can help.
Orloff believes teachers and parents should interact as team members. To do that cooperatively, all team members need to speak the same language. By design, the books coherent definitiona and many ideas can help everyone on the "team" focus together on enabling students to learn--without a magic wand." Patti Ralabate National Education Association Journal November 2002
Dewey Decimal: 371.9
Library of Congress: 2002514536
Book Publisher: Childrens Special Services Llc
Paper Weight (lb): 1 lb
Illustrations (B&W): 25
Coated Paper: Yes