Strategies for teaching students with learning and behavior problems
Authors: Sharon Vaughn and Candace S. Bos
Call Number: LC4705 .B67 2012
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About the Authors:
Dr. Sharon Vaughn is the H.E.Hartfelder/Southland Corp Regents Chair of Human Development and executive director of the Meadows Center for Preventing Educational Risk at The University of Texas at Austin. She is the author of more than 10 books and over 100 articles that address issues related to research and practice with learning problems. She has worked nationally and internationally with educators from Japan, Canada, Sweden, Norway, Portugal and Australia.
Dr. Bos was a Professor of Learning Disabilities in the Department of Special Education, Rehabilitation, and School Psychology at The University of Arizona. She had been active in research and teacher preparation in learning disabilities for the past 20 years where she had directed the graduate program in learning disabilities. She was well known for her work in developing and implementing interdisciplinary personnel preparation programs in learning disabilities with emphasis across learning, language, and reading disabilities and bilingual/multicultural education. Her research focused on best practices and intervention strategies for promoting effective reading and content area learning for students with learning disabilities. She was also recognized for her research in professional development with general and special education teachers that promoted the integration of students with learning and attention problems in general education classrooms.
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