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Educating Children with Fragile X Syndrome: A Multi-Professional View - Dew-Hughes, Denise (ed.)
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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL], Table of contents: Introduction: Fragile X syndrome and education Denise Dew-Hughes Part 1: The child with Fragile X syndrome 1. Physical and behavioural characteristics of Fragile X syndrome Randi Hagerman 2. The importance of diagnosis Jeremy Turk 3. Cognitive strengths and difficulties Kim Cornish 4. Atypical language production of males with Fragile X syndrome Vicki Sudhalter and Richard Belser 5. Educating girls with Fragile X Lesley Powell Part 2: Education issues 6. The effects of Fragile X on learning Marcia Braden 7. School placement and provision Denise Dew-Hughes 8. Formal assessment and constructing an individual education profile Marcia Braden 9. Key issues in assessment Charles Gibb 10. Obtaining educational support for a child with special needs: A structured approach for parents and teachers Kate Schnelling and Denise Dew-Hughes Part 3: Education strategies 11. Classroom adaptations: Good practice and work habits Marcia Braden 12. Home and school: Developing a genuine partnership Claire Wolstencroft 13. Classroom strategies for Fragile X and autism Julie Taylor 14. Speech and language therapy Cathy Taylor 15. Occupational therapy and sensory integration therapy for individuals with Fragile X syndrome Dido Green Part 4: Development, Behaviour and Psychology 16. Development in the early years Kim Cornish and Gaia Scerif 17. Behaviours and management Jeremy Turk 18. Related conditions: Autism and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders (AD/HD) Kim Cornish and Julie Taylor 19. Medication matters Jeremy Turk Part 5: Family and social matters 20. The genetics of Fragile X syndrome Angela Barnicoat and Barbara Carmichael 21. Adults with Fragile X syndrome Greg O'Brien 22. Behaviour and cognitive profiles in adults Kim Cornish 23. Women with Fragile X Lesley Powell 24. Support for individuals with Fragile X syndrome Jeremy Turk Conclusion Denise Dew-Hughes What is Fragile X? The most common inherited cause of learning difficulties, affecting a child's ability to tackle key areas such as literacy and numeracy, and causing behaviour problems and social anxiety. What can teachers do to help children with Fragile X become more effective learners? This definitive text will provide essential support and information for teachers with the expertise of an international field of researchers, whose variety of perspectives contribute to a unique, multi-professional approach. Each chapter of the book suggests practical intervention strategies, based on sound educational principles expressed in clear non-specific terms. A range of important topics are considered, including: - the physical and behavioural characteristics of Fragile X - the effects of Fragile X on learning - medication and therapy - related conditions such as autism and attention deficit disorders. Breaking down the barriers of professional practice, this book establishes the groundwork for successful and valuable multi-professional teamwork. By providing immediate access to a body of empirical knowledge and advice from other disciplines, it will encourage teachers to incorporate this approach into their own practice. Everyone responsible for the education of a child with Fragile X syndrome should read this book. This book provides invaluable information, support and guidance on educating a child with Fragile X, background on the origins of this syndrome, and what the implications are for such a child's teaching and learning. 208 pages - 246 x 174 mm Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL], Table of contents: Introduction: Fragile X syndrome and education Denise Dew-Hughes Part 1: The child with Fragile X syndrome 1. Physical and behavioural characteristics of Fragile X syndrome Randi Hagerman 2. The importance of diagnosis Jeremy Turk 3. Cognitive strengths and difficulties Kim Cornish 4. Atypical language production of males with Fragile X syndrome Vicki Sudhalter and Richard Belser 5. Educating girls with Fragile X Lesley Powell Part 2: Education issues 6. The effects of Fragile X on learning Marcia Braden 7. School placement and provision Denise Dew-Hughes 8. Formal assessment and constructing an individual education profile Marcia Braden 9. Key issues in assessment Charles Gibb 10. Obtaining educational support for a child with special needs: A structured approach for parents and teachers Kate Schnelling and Denise Dew-Hughes Part 3: Education strategies 11. Classroom adaptations: Good practice and work habits Marcia Braden 12. Home and school: Developing a genuine partnership Claire Wolstencroft 13. Classroom strategies for Fragile X and autism Julie Taylor 14. Speech and language therapy Cathy Taylor 15. Occupational therapy and sensory integration therapy for individuals with Fragile X syndrome Dido Green Part 4: Development, Behaviour and Psychology 16. Development in the early years Kim Cornish and Gaia Scerif 17. Behaviours and management Jeremy Turk 18. Related conditions: Autism and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders (AD/HD) Kim Cornish and Julie Taylor 19. Medication matters Jeremy Turk Part 5: Family and social matters 20. The genetics of Fragile X syndrome Angela Barnicoat and Barbara Carmichael 21. Adults with Fragile X syndrome Greg O'Brien 22. Behaviour and cognitive profiles in adults Kim Cornish 23. Women with Fragile X Lesley Powell 24. Support for individuals with Fragile X syndrome Jeremy Turk Conclusion Denise Dew-Hughes What is Fragile X? The most common inherited cause of learning difficulties, affecting a child's ability to tackle key areas such as literacy and numeracy, and causing behaviour problems and social anxiety. What can teachers do to help children with Fragile X become more effective learners? This definitive text will provide essential support and information for teachers with the expertise of an international field of researchers, whose variety of perspectives contribute to a unique, multi-professional approach. Each chapter of the book suggests practical intervention strategies, based on sound educational principles expressed in clear non-specific terms. A range of important topics are considered, including: - the physical and behavioural characteristics of Fragile X - the effects of Fragile X on learning - medication and therapy - related conditions such as autism and attention deficit disorders. Breaking down the barriers of professional practice, this book establishes the groundwork for successful and valuable multi-professional teamwork. By providing immediate access to a body of empirical knowledge and advice from other disciplines, it will encourage teachers to incorporate this approach into their own practice. Everyone responsible for the education of a child with Fragile X syndrome should read this book. This book provides invaluable information, support and guidance on educating a child with Fragile X, background on the origins of this syndrome, and what the implications are for such a child's teaching and learning. 208 pages - 246 x 174 mm Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL], Table of contents:Introduction: Fragile X syndrome and education Denise Dew-Hughes Part 1: The child with Fragile X syndrome 1. Physical and behavioural characteristics of Fragile X syndrome Randi Hagerman 2. The importance of diagnosis Jeremy Turk 3. Cognitive strengths and difficulties Kim Cornish 4. Atypical language production of males with Fragile X syndrome Vicki Sudhalter and Richard Belser 5. Educating girls with Fragile X Lesley Powell Part 2: Education issues 6. The effects of Fragile X on learning Marcia Braden 7. School placement and provision Denise Dew-Hughes 8. Formal assessment and constructing an individual education profile Marcia Braden 9. Key issues in assessment Charles Gibb 10. Obtaining educational support for a child with special needs: A structured approach for parents and teachers Kate Schnelling and Denise Dew-Hughes Part 3: Education strategies 11. Classroom adaptations: Good practice and work habits Marcia Braden 12. Home and school: Developing a genuine partnership Claire Wolstencroft 13. Classroom strategies for Fragile X and autism Julie Taylor 14. Speech and language therapy Cathy Taylor 15. Occupational therapy and sensory integration therapy for individuals with Fragile X syndrome Dido Green Part 4: Development, Behaviour and Psychology 16. Development in the early years Kim Cornish and Gaia Scerif 17. Behaviours and management Jeremy Turk 18. Related conditions: Autism and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders (AD/HD) Kim Cornish and Julie Taylor 19. Medication matters Jeremy Turk Part 5: Family and social matters 20. The genetics of Fragile X syndrome Angela Barnicoat and Barbara Carmichael 21. Adults with Fragile X syndrome Greg O'Brien 22. Behaviour and cognitive profiles in adults Kim Cornish 23. Women with Fragile X Lesley Powell 24. Support for individuals with Fragile X syndrome Jeremy Turk Conclusion Denise Dew-HughesWhat is Fragile X? The most common inherited cause of learning difficulties, affecting a child's ability to tackle key areas such as literacy and numeracy, and causing behaviour problems and social anxiety.What can teachers do to help children with Fragile X become more effective learners? This definitive text will provide essential support and information for teachers with the expertise of an international field of researchers, whose variety of perspectives contribute to a unique, multi-professional approach. Each chapter of the book suggests practical intervention strategies, based on sound educational principles expressed in clear non-specific terms. A range of important topics are considered, including:- the physical and behavioural characteristics of Fragile X- the effects of Fragile X on learning- medication and therapy- related conditions such as autism and attention deficit disorders.Breaking down the barriers of professional practice, this book establishes the groundwork for successful and valuable multi-professional teamwork. By providing immediate access to a body of empirical knowledge and advice from other disciplines, it will encourage teachers to incorporate this approach into their own practice. Everyone responsible for the education of a child with Fragile X syndrome should read this book.This book provides invaluable information, support and guidance on educating a child with Fragile X, background on the origins of this syndrome, and what the implications are for such a child's teaching and learning.208 pages - 246 x 174 mmVersandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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What is Fragile X? The most common inherited cause of learning difficulties, affecting a child's ability to tackle key areas such as literacy and numeracy, and causing behaviour problems and social anxiety. What can teachers do to help children with Fragile X become more effective learners? This definitive text will provide essential support and information for teachers withthe expertise of an international field of researchers, whose variety of perspectives contribute to aunique, multi-professional approach. Each chapter of the book suggests practical intervention strategies, based on sound educational principles expressed inclear non-specific terms. A range of important topics are considered, including: * the physical and behavioural characteristics of Fragile X * the effects of Fragile X on learning * medication and therapy * related conditions such as autism and attention deficit disorders. Breaking down the barriers of professional practice, this book establishes the groundwork for successful and valuable multi-professional teamwork. By providing immediate access to a body of empirical knowledge and advice from other disciplines, it will encourage teachers to incorporate this approach into their own practice.Everyone responsible for the education of a child with Fragile X syndrome should read this book. Education Education eBook, Taylor and Francis

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Educating Children with Fragile X Syndrome: A Multi-Professional View Fragile X syndrome is the most common inherited cause of learning difficulties and causes behaviour problems and social anxiety. This text provides support and information for teachers, for whom meeting the educational need of children with Fragile X presents demanding challenges. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-0-415-31488-6, Routledge Chapman Hall

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780415314886
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0415314887
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Date de parution: 2003
Editeur: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN & HALL
196 Pages
Poids: 0,386 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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