Your classroom guide to special education law [electronic resource] / by Beverley H Johns, M.S., MacMurray College, Jacksonville, Illinois
- Johns, Beverley H. (Beverley Holden)
- Baltimore, Maryland : Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co., 
- Physical Description:
- ix, 164 pages : illustrations, forms ; 26 cm
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- License restrictions may limit access.
- An Introduction to Special Education Law -- The Parent-Educator Partnership : A Critical Ingredient for Student Success --The Importance of the Collaborative Team : Partnering with Peers, Administrators, and Paraprofessionals -- Basic Principles of the IEP -- Supervision and Protection of Students -- Implementing Appropriate Behavioral Interventions -- Understanding the Importance of Documentation -- The Rules of Record Keeping and Confidentiality -- Using the Team to Make Appropriate Decisions : Avoiding Unilateral Action -- Presenting a Positive Image : Monitoring Yourself Inside and Outside School -- Conclusion.
- "When you're teaching students who have special needs, what are your legal responsibilities? How can you provide appropriate, legally compliant special education services--and avoid pitfalls that could lead to due process hearings and court dates? Turn to this interactive quick guide for concise, accessible answers. The antidote to thick, cumbersome legal volumes, this book gives educators and administrators the basics of special education law in an engaging, easy-to-read format. With the jargon-free definitions and reader-friendly descriptions of laws and court cases, you'll build a storehouse of knowledge you can apply in your own classroom. And with the thought-provoking activities and real-life scenarios in each chapter, you'll see law-abiding practices in action and put your knowledge to the test so you're ready to fulfill your important responsibilities. An essential addition to every teacher's professional library--and an ideal supplementary text for teachers in training--this guidebook will help you adhere to the law as you teach students with disabilities and special health care needs. LEARN YOUR LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES WHEN collaborating with parents and colleagues to build strong partnerships developing and implementing IEPs as part of a team supervising students and protecting them from abuse and harm conducting behavioral interventions fairly and without bias documenting the progress and behavior of students, communication with parents and colleagues, and the results of your students' IEPs storing and managing your students' school records and personal information monitoring your own behavior both inside and outside school (including on social media) PRACTICAL MATERIALS: Fast facts and recurring interactive features make key concepts easy to learn. You'll get quizzes, "How Would You Rule?" activities, mnemonics of important points to remember, case story comparisons that highlight common mistakes and better approaches, and more"-- and "Your Classroom Guide to Special Education Law is an interactive guidebook to special education law that provides basic information that special educators and administrators need to know to deliver special education services to students in the most appropriate and law-abiding way. Each chapter presents a different topic related to special education law, including working with parents and colleagues, supervising students, IEP development, behavioral interventions, confidentiality and record keeping, and teacher conduct both inside and outside school"--
- 9781598579710 (paperback)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 137-142) and index.
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