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Strategies for teaching students with learning and behavior problems, 8th ed.

9780137034673

Strategies for teaching students with learning and behavior problems, 8th ed.

Vaughn, Sharon and Candace S. Bos.

Pearson

2012

451 pages

$126.67

Paperback

LC4705

Vaughn (human development, U. of Texas-Austin) and the late Bos outline the content and teaching strategies for oral language, reading, writing and spelling, content area learning and vocabulary, and math when teaching elementary and secondary students with learning and behavior problems. This edition has been condensed to fit a single-semester course and includes more applied teaching strategies, revised chapters on teaching and assessing math and response to intervention, and integration and emphasis on co-teaching and working with paraprofessionals and technology. It emphasizes evidence-based practice and has new application suggestions.

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