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Special Learning, Inc. Releases its Newest Addition to its Autism Educator Teaching Series Entitled “Being a Responsive Teacher in the Inclusive Classroom: Addressing Children with Special Education Needs”

March 23, 2012

The Educator Teaching Series eBook on “Being a Responsive Teacher in the Inclusive Classroom: Addressing Children With Special Education Needs” is designed for teachers who are new to inclusive settings and concerned with the needs, especially special education needs, of children with disabilities learning alongside typically developing peers.

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) March 23, 2012

Special Learning, Inc., a comprehensive Autism solutions company, today announced the release of its Autism Educator Teaching Series eBook on “Being a Responsive Teacher in the Inclusive Classroom: Addressing Children with Special Education Needs.” The fifth offering in a series of Educator Teaching learning resources, this eBook is designed to help teachers to be effectively responsive to the needs of students with special needs in their classes. It is rich with information and practical advice on how to respond to the needs of children with developmental disabilities, including strategies to help typically developing children understand their peer with disabilities and special education needs.

Being an inclusive teacher introduces new challenges for most educators, especially those without expertise in Special Education. This eBook provides teachers with helpful information to gain confidence in dealing with the challenges they may encounter in their inclusive classes every day. To help create a stimulating learning environment, it focuses on managing the many dynamics of a classroom — communications, IEPs and assessments, and even classroom structure and traffic flow — to develop confident students stimulated by natural motivators and self-esteem builders.

This Educator Teaching Series eBook is a learning resource and reading companion aimed not only at teachers but also parents and other individuals in the life of the child with Autism and other special needs. It provides a practical guide to Inclusion, the current trend in schools that have chosen to embrace diversity in their classrooms. Mastering inclusion in the classroom entails teachers learning special skills to deal with students of various backgrounds, abilities and disabilities. This eBook will serve as valuable support as teachers learn proven strategies to be more successful in the implementation of Inclusion in their classrooms.

About the Educator Teaching Series eBook

Special Learning´s Educator Teaching Series is a set of downloadable eBooks for educators, parents, practitioners and other individuals involved in the care and education of children with Autism or other developmental disabilities. These well-researched books are written specifically for those individuals involved in educating individuals with special needs and provide relevant information and guidance. Apart from theoretical information, these eBooks provide practical advice and examples that can be applied immediately by the readers.

About Special Learning (http://www.special-learning.com)

Special Learning is dedicated to becoming the global leader for Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) solutions by leveraging technology to offer every person diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) the opportunity to attain an abundant and fulfilling life. Through its comprehensive information and resource portal, Special Learning provides the global Autism community with a broad range of free products, tools and services. Its comprehensive product line includes ABA training and education products, iPhone Apps, web-based and downloadable tools, and professional services designed to empower parents, teachers and providers so that they can help individuals with Autism move up the skills spectrum intuitively, successfully and affordably.

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