Special Education
     Book Editor: to be determined


2016
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   CONSIDERED   
4155-8z revised 10 -- abe 2B843----z CONSULT SPECIAL Collaborative Partnerships & Teacher Empowerment 
4007-8l revised 11 -- abp 4-620----l SPECIAL ELEARNING Computer-Based Concept Mapping: A Review 
3998-8l revised 10 -- abe 5-721----l SPECIAL TECHNOLOGY Preschool Teachers’ Perceptions of Technology 
3729-7l revised 10 -- abe 4-393---lj CURRICULUM SPECIAL CBM and Students with Mild Disabilities 

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  1. 4653-0j revised 10 -- VAabe 2B-------j LEADERSHIP SPECIAL Principals, Special Education, and Hiring
  2. 4619-0l revised 10 -- TXabe 1B-------l SPECIAL-4 EB Evidence-Based Strategies: Definition to Practice
  3. 4592-0l revised 10 -- TXabe 2B------jl SPECIAL-4 SPECIAL-1 Evidence Based Behavioral Objectives
  4. 4461-9z revised 11 -- CAabe 2B-158---z SPECIAL-3 SELF Public Schools and Students with Disabilities
  5. 4389-9z revised 10 -- TXabe 2B--127--z MEDIA SPECIAL-3 Parasocialization and Children with Disabilities
  6. 4376-9z revised 10 -- INabe 3B-139-wjz SPECIAL-3 SECONDARY Adapting School Environments to Special Needs
  7. 4374-9j revised 10 -- PAabe 1B-------j SERVICE SCIENCE-1 Dinosaur Science For Hospitalized Children
  8. 4357-9l revised 10 -- IDabe 4-047---lj LEADERSHIP SPECIAL Mentors Increasing Special Education Retention
  9. 4273-9w revised 10 -- TXabe 1B967----w SPECIAL TECHNOLOGY Technology and Students with Special Needs
  10. 4074-8z revised 10 -- abe 2B-------z CONSULT SPECIAL Preparing Beginning Special Educators to Consult
  11. 3836-7j revised 10 -- abe 2-486----j SERVICE SPECIAL Students with Disabilities and Service Learning
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Inclusion criteria for Sound Instruction books
    The primary criteria for selection are
  • topic relevance: Special Education
  • anticipated level of interest and impact e.g., more than one of the following:
    • demonstrates a useful practice that teachers from all disciplines would benefit from
    • describes classroom attitudes and behaviors from various perspectives
    • formulates a novel and interesting idea that appears to be a very effective teaching tool
    • illustrates ideas that can be applied to other disciplines and courses
    • offers succinct and clear style, enjoyable to read
    • provides exposition and explicating both sides of the issue
    • motivates teachers to rethink how they communicate directions and expectations
    • exemplifies current scholarly trends
    • deals with a significant, vital issue in education
    • adds to our knowledge of the challenges in helping ‘behind the times’ faculty
    • makes a significant original contribution to the field
    • contains elements which have general application
    • presents an innovative approach toward dealing with significant teaching issues
  • The above examples, in no particular order, are from AEQ reviewers' recommendations.
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August 2014