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About This Guide
This resource guide was designed to provide you with assistance in locating good sources of information as you do research on educating exceptional individuals.
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Table of Contents
Includes selected article databases and journals on exception learners.
Includes suggested reference books and search strategies for the online catalog.
Includes suggested e-books on special education.
Includes a list of terms and definitions on exceptional children. There are subpages with more e-books, associations, and reference articles on physical and mental disabilities, and gifted and talented children. There is a subpage with reference articles on terms related to exceptional children.
Includes a video on an IEP and the description of and IEP from the National Center for Learning Disabilities. There us a subpage with selected e-books and links to articles related to the IEP.
Includes government and education websites, career information, and associations.
Includes e-books on lesson planning and databases with articles for creating lesson plans. There is a subpage with a lesson plan template.
Includes DVDs at Stafford library, websites, and streaming videos.
Click on the links below for articles, books, e-books, and videos.
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This guide was created by Vandy Evermon with input from Linda Bradley, education faculty. If you have any questions, contact Vandy at firstname.lastname@example.org@ccis.edu