Authors: Richard M. Gargiulo
A comprehensive “people first” introduction to the dynamic field of special education.
Providing teachers with a firsthand look into the lives of children with exceptionalities, as well as their families and educators, this fully updated Fourth Edition of Richard Gargiulo’s acclaimed text provides a highly readable, research-based introduction to the field. Blending theory with practice, the book helps pre-service and in-service teachers develop the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and beliefs they’ll need to construct learning environments that make it possible for all students to reach their potential.
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Acknowledgments and Thanks
We would like to thank our author, Richard Gargiulo, of the University of Alabama at Birmingham, for all of his hard work, both on Special Education in Contemporary Society, 4th Edition and these materials.
Also, our thanks to Arlene King-Berry, of the Univeristy of the District of Columbia, for updating many of the materials provided on this site, including the test bank, journal articles, and teaching tips; to Heather Garrison, of East Stoudsburg University, for updating the PowerPoints; to Dewayne Bettag of the University of Hawaii, for updating the video links; and Lyle Barton of Kent State University for updating the web quizzes and web exercises.
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