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Diagnosis in the classroom

Gill Cotterell

Diagnosis in the classroom

including check list of basic sounds

by Gill Cotterell

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Published by Centre for the Teaching of Reading, University of Reading in Reading .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reading disability.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGill Cotterell.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination26p. ;
    Number of Pages26
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15113141M
    ISBN 100704905531

      Valencia D. Clay was years-old when she finally got care for her major depressive disorder. Before then, she didn’t have the vocabulary to understand, or even begin to process, what she was experiencing. She thought, “This is just how I am.” Now, Clay is using what she’s learned about mental health to help her middle school students. This book will alert readers to the existence of various medical and psychosocial problems discovered in the classroom, especially those conditions affecting learning and behavior, and to the important role the educator plays in the diagnosis and/or management of medical and psychosocial problems of students.

    Missed school days are a risk. One study found that during a six month interval nearly 30% of students with epilepsy missed 5 or more school days. The most common reasons parents give for school absences are: medical appointments, epilepsy related tests, and same-day seizure occurrences. Furthermore, 70% of parents in a similar study said they. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: Part 1. Reading ability and the role of reading in the elmentary school --Individualized corrective and remedial reading instruction --Part sis and correction of specific reading problems --Word recognition: Sight vocabulary --Word .

    Pervasive Developmental Disorders: Diagnosis, Options, and Answers $ SKU: Categories: Award Winning Books, Education, High School and Beyond, Low Functioning Autism, Parents & Family, Pre-school - 8th Grade Tags: Award Winning Book, Diagnostic, Family, Mitzi Waltz, Occupational Therapy, Reference Guide.   Image courtesy of the CDC. Classrooms, while intended for educational growth, can be perfect breeding grounds for organisms that cause illnesses in young children. For example, head lice infestation is a common problem among preschoolers in day care, children in elementary school, and the household members of infested children. [1].


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