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Special Educational Needs & Disability 2018

Eurospan's latest titles in special educational needs and disability

2018 CATALOGUE

SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL
NEEDS & DISABILITY

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3 AAPC PUBLISHING
4 ACER PRESS
4 AMERICAN PSYCHIATRIC ASSOCIATION PUBLISHING
4 AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
5 BROOKES PUBLISHING CO.
7 COGNELLA ACADEMIC PUBLISHING
7 FUTURE HORIZONS
11 IGI GLOBAL
12 INFORMATION AGE PUBLISHING
12 INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION
12 MAGINATION PRESS
13 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE EDUCATION OF YOUNG CHILDREN
13 REDLEAF PRESS
13 RESEARCH PRESS PUBLISHERS
14 SOCIETY PUBLISHING
14 SPRINGER PUBLISHING COMPANY
14 STYLUS PUBLISHING
14 TEACHERS COLLEGE PRESS
15 UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN PRESS
15 UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO PRESS

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NEW

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UNIQUELY NORMAL

Tapping the Reservoir of Normalcy To
Treat Autism
Robert J. Bernstein
With Robin Cantor-Cooke
Foreword by Temple Grandin

Jan 2018 336pp
9781941765463 Paperback £18.95 / €21.00
Author Robert J. Bernstein introduces his novel,
intuitive approach which he has used during
a lifetime of helping people of all ages on the
autism spectrum – many of whom have never
spoken.
His cognitive approach to those on the spectrum
is based on his perception that autism is “uniquely
normal” and “we have to tap into their reservoir
of ‘normal’ so they can understand us, because we
perplex them as much as we are often perplexed
by autism”. 

• The first part of his book explains the basis of
his concept, which he considers the antithesis
of popular and, often expensive, ABA therapy.

• The second part of the book shows a
number of his cases, all of which illustrate his
techniques with children and young people
from two to over 19 years of age.
This landmark book is written to teach others to
use his cognitive approach in an attempt to unlock
people with ASD so they might be able to live in
the world and connect with the people in it as
themselves.
Future Horizons

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FORTHCOMING

icnadnividbuealapaltehatdoeedru–caatniodntahl ilseabdoeorkshsihpo.ws special educators how to choose and

Every teacher

navigate their own

EIGHT PATHS TO
LEADERSHIP

A Guide for Special Educators
Belva C. Collins

May 2018 152pp
9781681251714 Paperback £35.95 / €40.00

Author Belva C. Collins, a seasoned educator
herself, knows that many special education
teachers are frequently called upon as “leaders
by default” when colleagues turn to them for
expertise. In this empowering professional
development resource, she shows special
educators how to pursue more intentional
leadership roles so they can maximize their impact
in schools.

Teachers will discover eight different paths they
can follow to become leaders:

1. Making data-based decisions and conducting
classroom research.

2. Effecting school-wide change.

3. Mentoring other teachers and
paraprofessionals.

4. Conducting professional development and
consultations.

5. Working effectively with families.

6. Supporting students during transitions.

7. Advocating for students.

8. Connecting with professional organizations
that address disability-related concerns.

For each path to leadership, teachers will get
detailed guidelines for success that are grounded in
up-to-date research. What’s more, throughout the
book, interview excerpts share nuggets of practical
wisdom and show how real teachers evolved and
triumphed on diverse paths to leadership.

Brookes Publishing Co.

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AAPC Publishing TALK WITH ME

THE CARTOON AND SCRIPT A Step-by-Step Conversation Framework for
CURRICULUM FOR TEACHING SOCIAL Teaching Conversational Balance and Fluency
BEHAVIOR AND COMMUNICATION for High-Functioning Individuals with
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Using Visual Strategies to Support Behavioral Kerry Mataya, Ruth Aspy & Hollis Shaffer
Programming for Individuals with ASD
Vera Bernard-Opitz 2017 277pp

Jan 2018 277pp 9781942197324 Paperback £20.95 / €24.00
9781942197317 Paperback £20.95 / €24.00
The Conversation Framework is a unique strategy
This easy-to-use book is designed to help children that provides an approach to assessing and teaching
with ASD find friends, become better communicators, conversation skills in a group setting that is effective
increase their flexibility, and lead lives that are less for most students who have difficulty engaging in
stressful. conversations, including students with high-functioning
ASD. Talk With Me breaks down the elements of a
SHOW ME! conversation which must be mastered in order to be
proficient at carrying out conversations.
A Teacher’s Guide to Video Modeling
Carol Dittoe & Heather Bridgman “WHY DIDN’T THEY JUST SAY THAT?”

Jan 2018 108pp Teaching Secondary Students with
9781942197218 Paperback £19.50 / €22.00 High-Functioning Autism to Decode the
Social World Using PEERspective:
With the technology we have today, implementing A Complete Curriculum
video modeling is easier than ever. This book inspires Jennifer M. Schmidt
readers to think about how they can use video modeling
by providing many real-life examples of students who Jan 2018 277pp
have used and found benefits from watching videos
to learn social skills and positive behaviours. A helpful 9781942197348 Paperback £17.95 / €20.00
planning guide is included to help teams get started.
PEERspective is a complete curriculum that teaches
SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR secondary school students self-awareness, self-
STUDENTS WITH HIGH-FUNCTIONING acceptance, relationship building, conflict resolution,
AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER managing stress and wellness, and many other topics
that have lifelong impact on students’ lives. The
A Guide for School Administrators curriculum is popular among students with ASD as well
Diane Adreon & Brenda Smith Myles as their peers, leading to friendships and relationships
far beyond the classroom.
2017 277pp
9781942197300 Paperback £20.95 / €24.00

Provides school administrators with useful and practical
suggestions and strategies that can increase student
achievement, engagement, positive behaviour, and
social skills for high-functioning students on the
spectrum; help reduce educator stress and frustration;
and increase positive interactions between families
and school personnel so that the school day is more
successful for all.

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Key bestsellers from Kari Dunn Buron ACER Press

THE INCREDIBLE 5-POINT SCALE READY, SET, LEARN!

The Significantly Improved and Helping Your Child with Autism Prepare to
Expanded Second Edition Start School
Kari Dunn Buron & Mitzi Curtis Anna Moffat & Robyn Young

Includes refinements to the original scales, as well 2017 216pp
as lots of new scales specifically designed for two 9781742864334 Paperback £37.50 / €42.00
groups of individuals: young children; and those SPECTRA
with more classic presentations of autism. Boost parents’ confidence in their ability to provide
their child with foundational skills relevant to schooling,
WHEN MY WORRIES GET TOO BIG! without spending large amounts of money and without
huge time commitments. The book provides early years
A Relaxation Book for Children Who Live educators with a framework to help increase school
with Anxiety, Second Edition readiness in the children in their care with ASD.
Kari Dunn Buron
American Psychiatric Association Publishing
Engaging and easy to read, this illustrated
children’s book is filled with opportunities for AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS
children to participate in developing their own
self-calming strategies. Edited by Eric Hollander, Randi Hagerman &
Deborah Fein
Apr 2018 408pp, 8 figures, 14 tables, 5 colour plates
9781615370528 Paperback £50.50 / €57.00

The book’s emphasis on types of assessment, genetic
testing and counselling, and medical and psychological
treatment will be exceedingly useful to health care
providers navigating the new diagnostic criteria
introduced in DSM-5. It will also help parents plotting a
course for their child’s care.
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American Psychological Association

APA HANDBOOK OF GIFTEDNESS
AND TALENT

Edited by Steven I. Pfeiffer, Megan Foley Nicpon &
Elizabeth Shaunessy-Dedrick
2017 720pp
9781433826962 Hardback £210.00 / €224.00
APA Handbooks in Psychology
Incorporates the most recent thinking and cutting-edge
research from a wide range of fields related to gifted
education, including developmental and social psychology,
the neurosciences, cognitive science, and education.

5

Brookes Publishing Co. EIGHT PATHS TO LEADERSHIP

BEHAVIOR SUPPORT FOR A Guide for Special Educators
STUDENTS WITH ASD Belva C. Collins

Practical Help for 10 Common Challenges May 2018 152pp
Debra Leach 9781681251714 Paperback £35.95 / €40.00

Jan 2018 256pp For further details, see page 2.
9781681251998 Paperback £41.50 / €46.00
INCLUSION IN ACTION
Students with ASD often present behavioural challenges
that can elude teachers and escalate when not properly Practical Strategies to Modify Your
addressed. This book equips educators with the tools Curriculum
they need to effectively improve the behaviour of Nicole Eredics
students with ASD, explaining the most common
functions for challenging behaviours and providing Apr 2018 176pp
research-based strategies and interventions. 9781681252247 Paperback £30.95 / €35.00

DYSLEXIA AND NEUROSCIENCE For students working below grade level, curricular
modifications can provide equal and meaningful
The Geschwind-Galaburda Hypothesis opportunities to learn alongside their same-age peers.
30 Years Later This book guides educators on how to modify the
Albert Galaburda et al curriculum for students with intellectual disabilities
participating in the general education classroom,
Jan 2018 240pp providing 40 strategies that demonstrate how to alter
9781681252254 Hardback £82.50 / €92.00 the materials or objectives of a lesson.

Extraordinary Brain Series IT’S MORE THAN “JUST BEING IN”
Focuses on research in dyslexia and neuroscience in
response to the Geschwind-Galaburda hypothesis. Creating Authentic Inclusion for Students
Invited attendees of the 2016 Extraordinary Brain with Complex Support Needs
Symposium (hosted by The Dyslexia Foundation) Cheryl M. Jorgensen
revisited the hypothesis and assessed what remains to
be investigated; this book is based on the attendees’ May 2018 248pp
Symposium presentations. 9781681250786 Paperback £35.95 / €40.00

EFFECTIVE LITERACY INSTRUCTION Some educators still feel overwhelmed when it comes
FOR LEARNERS WITH COMPLEX to creating an inclusive learning environment for
SUPPORT NEEDS their students and do not know where to begin. This
handbook provides important first steps to making
Second Edition inclusive education a reality, guiding teachers on how to
Edited by Susan R. Copeland & Elizabeth B. Keefe include “one child at a time”.

Feb 2018 312pp
9781681250595 Paperback £51.50 / €57.00

A comprehensive resource for helping teachers provide
quality literacy instruction to students with severe
disabilities. Rich with examples, case studies, and lesson
planning techniques that allow educators to reach all
learners no matter their level of need, this book provides
readers with the most up-to-date information and
practical examples of literacy instruction.

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A LEADER’S GUIDE TO SUPPORTING Student Language Scale (SLS)
STUDENTS WITH AUTISM
SPECTRUM DISORDERS Nickola Nelson, Barbara M. Howes &
Michele A. Anderson
Christina R. Carnahan & Karen Alisa Lowrey For use on its own or with the Test of Integrated
Jul 2018 128pp Language and Literacy Skills™ (TILLS™), the Student
9781598579413 Paperback £35.95 / €40.00 Language Scale (SLS) reliably screens students
Presents a framework that can be used to review the ages 6–18 years for language/literacy disorders,
current teaching environment to determine if evidence- including dyslexia. Filled out by parents, teachers,
based practices are being implemented, and offers and students, the screener is a quick, cost-effective
strategies on how to improve the delivery of instruction way to see how students are performing on
to ensure that autistic students are being supported. academic tasks as compared to their same-age
peers. Use the SLS to:
Bestselling programme
• Screen for language/literacy disorders, 
THE SCERTS® MODEL including dyslexia, by collating teachers’ and
parents’ ratings of students.
A Comprehensive Educational
Approach for Children with Autism • Gather input about a struggling student’s
Spectrum Disorders strengths and needs from multiple sources.
Barry M. Prizant et al
• Enhance home–school communication by gaining
This two-volume set provides a multidisciplinary new insight into the student’s performance and
approach to enhancing communication and the teachers’, parents’and student’s perspectives
socioemotional abilities of young children with on it, whether or not everyone agrees, and
ASD and related disorders. The approach is a whether or not there are concerns.
practical model that is systematic and semi-
structured but is flexible to respond to the SLS USER’S MANUAL
individual differences of children and families.
SLS QUICK START GUIDE

SLS SCREENER FOR LANGUAGE &
LITERACY DISORDERS

Contains the User’s Manual, Quick Start Guide, and
set of forms.

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TEACHING MATHEMATICS Cognella Academic Publishing
MEANINGFULLY
PRACTICAL STRATEGIES FOR
Solutions for Reaching Struggling Learners, STRUGGLING LEARNERS IN TODAY’S
Second Edition INCLUSIVE CLASSROOM
David Allsopp, Lou Ann H. Lovin & Sarah van Ingen
Ashlea L. Rineer-Hershey
Jan 2018 384pp 2017 154pp
9781516516032 Paperback £48.50 / €54.00
9781598575583 Paperback £41.50 / €46.00
Addresses the impact of inclusive education,
Making mathematics concepts understandable is a identification and assessment of student learning needs,
challenge for any teacher, a challenge that’s more multi-tiered systems of support, and ways to meet the
complex when a classroom includes students with needs of all students through differentiated learning.
learning difficulties. With this timely book – updated In addition, readers learn about co-teaching, planning
throughout and filled with invaluable ideas and for instruction, and working with students who have
strategies adaptable for grades K-12 – educators will significant disabilities.
know just what to teach and how to teach it to students
with learning difficulties. Future Horizons

TEACHING STRATEGIES FOR 5 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
EFFECTIVELY ENGAGING DUAL ABOUT SOCIAL SKILLS COACHING
LANGUAGE LEARNERS IN EARLY
CHILDHOOD An Easy Guide for Parents and Clinicians
Roya Ostovar
Shauna L. Tominey & Elisabeth C. O’Bryon
2017 277pp
Jan 2018 216pp 9781941765425 Paperback £9.50 / €11.00

9781681250434 Paperback £38.50 / €43.00 Social skills coaching helps develop an individual’s ability
to more effectively communicate with others. This book
Shows teachers how to develop a toolbox of strategies covers learning different perspective-taking strategies
for effectively teaching and engaging dual language to help relate to others; handling rejection and rumours;
learners while also supporting their families from diverse becoming aware of and understanding non-verbal
backgrounds. The book is organised by outlining and communication; and practicing active listening and
describing 45 teaching tips that educators can use to engaging with others.
implement best practices in their classroom.

YOUR COMPLETE GUIDE TO
TRANSITION PLANNING AND
SERVICES

Mary E. Morningstar & Elizabeth Clavenna-Deane

Jan 2018 272pp

9781598573114 Paperback £30.95 / €35.00

As a practical introductory resource for transition
coordinators and secondary special education teachers,
this book offers a comprehensive look at the different
roles and responsibilities of stakeholders throughout
transition planning. The book synthesizes evidence-
based strategies and suggestions for best practice with
vignettes and tips for transition.

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AUTISM & YOU EXPLORING FEELINGS: ANXIETY
TRAINING MANUAL
Learning in Styles
Diana Friedlander & Karen Nurke A Guide For Group Leaders
Ann LeCoutuer et al
Feb 2018 277pp
Based on Dr. Tony Attwood’s classic Exploring
9781941765456 Paperback £11.50 / €13.00 Feelings text for anxiety, this guide is for people
wishing to use the Exploring Feelings materials in
This book helps students with autism, parents and group settings with young people who have ASD
teachers achieve an understanding of autism and and high anxiety.
of specific learning strategies that will accomplish
more than merely increasing students’ standardized Also available:
achievement test scores.
EXPLORING FEELINGS
THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO AUTISM
FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS Cognitive Behavior Therapy to
Manage Anxiety
Anita Lesko Tony Attwood
2017 277pp
Anxiety can be debilitating for anyone, but it
9781941765449 Paperback £15.95 / €18.00 can be especially confusing for a child. This book
provides a guide for caregivers and then the
A comprehensive guide to understanding autism, workbook section allows children to identify
formulating effective communication strategies, situations that make them anxious and learn how
and developing best care practices for healthcare to perceive the situation differently.
professionals. This book covers sensory issues, pain
tolerance, body awareness, communication challenges,
legal and ethical issues, and many more issues
associated with dealing with a patient or others on the
autism spectrum.

IN MY WORLD

Jillian Ma
2017 36pp, illustrations

9781941765432 Paperback £9.50 / €11.00

Despite the qualities that make children on the autism
spectrum exceptional, they all have hopes, dreams, and
feelings of belonging, which all children desire. This
beautifully-illustrated book is a powerful reminder that,
with a little help from each of us, children with autism
can fulfil their dreams.

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Key bestseller by Tony Attwood PAYTON IS AFRAID OF DIRT
Winner of the Gold Award in the 2006
ForeWord Book of the Year competition Shanna Simpson
Feb 2018 277pp
ASPERGER’S AND GIRLS 9781941765579 Paperback £12.50 / €14.00

World-Renowned Experts Join Those with Payton is afraid of dirt. He’s afraid of germs and
Asperger’s Syndrome to Resolve Issues getting sick, and spends a lot of his time cleaning and
That Girls and Women Face Every Day worrying over his fears. Payton learns he has Obsessive
Edited by Tony Attwood & Temple Grandin Compulsive Disorder (OCD). His OCD is like someone
This ground-breaking book describes the unique in his head is bossing him around all day long, but with
challenges of women and girls with Asperger’s the help of his family and doctor, Payton learns how to
Syndrome. In it you’ll read candid stories written manage his OCD by putting it in an imaginary shrink
by the indomitable women who have lived them. machine, or ROARING it away!

UNIQUELY NORMAL

Tapping The Reservoir of Normalcy
To Treat Autism
Robert J. Bernstein

Jan 2018 336pp
9781941765463 Paperback £18.95 / €21.00

For further details, see page 1.

THE WAITING SONG

Natasha Barber
Jan 2018 36pp, illustrations
9781941765562 Paperback £9.50 / €11.00

Nigel is a hedgehog. He’s four years old, likes trains,
cookies, and is a lot like other kids in class. Nigel is a little
different too though. Nigel is autistic. He doesn’t talk or
say many words, and he’s not very good at taking turns
and being polite. To deal with this, Nigel came up with
the Waiting Song… Now he is able to be polite and wait
when he sings his Waiting Song!

MEET ME WHERE I’M AT!

Cynthia Best

2017 28pp

9781941765395 Paperback £12.50 / €14.00

This book helps children understand how they are
wired and it gives them a way to communicate without
having to express it verbally or face-to-face. It provides
something concrete that could be individualized and
given to new teachers, coaches, or friends to help
them understand who the child is and how he or she
functions best.

10 Key bestsellers from Ellen Notbohm
Key bestsellers from Carol Gray

COMIC STRIP CONVERSATIONS 1001 GREAT IDEAS FOR TEACHING
& RAISING CHILDREN WITH
Illustrated Interactions that Teach AUTISM OR ASPERGER’S
Conversation Skills to Students with
Autism and Related Disorders Second Edition
Carol Gray Ellen Notbohm & Veronica Zysk
Foreword by Temple Grandin
Carol Gray combines stick-figures with
“conversation symbols” to illustrate what people More than 600 fresh ideas join tried and true
say and think during conversations. Showing tactics from the original edition, while many
what people are thinking reinforces that others ideas pick up where the first edition left off,
have independent thoughts – a concept spectrum offering modifications for older kids, honing in on
children don’t intuitively understand. Children can Asperger’s challenges, and enhancing already-
draw their own comic strips to show what they are effective ways to help your child or student achieve
thinking and feeling about events or people. success at home, in school, and in the community.

THE NEW SOCIAL STORY BOOK™ TEN THINGS EVERY CHILD WITH
AUTISM WISHES YOU KNEW
Revised & Expanded 15th
Anniversary Edition Updated & Expanded Edition
Carol Gray Ellen Notbohm

Carol Gray’s world-famous Social Stories have Every parent, teacher, social worker, therapist,
helped thousands of children with autism and physician should have this succinct and
spectrum disorders. This 15th anniversary edition informative book in their back pocket. Framed
offers over 180 ready-to-use stories that parents with both humour and compassion, it describes
and educators have depended on for years. ten characteristics that help illuminate – not define
These strategically written stories explain social – children with autism. This updated edition delves
situations in ways children and adults with autism into expanded thought and deeper discussion of
understand, while teaching social skills needed for communication issues, social processing skills, and
them to be successful. the critical roles adult perspectives play.

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IGI Global HANDBOOK OF RESEARCH ON
CLASSROOM DIVERSITY AND
AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS INCLUSIVE EDUCATION PRACTICE

Breakthroughs in Research and Practice Edited by Christina M. Curran & Amy J. Petersen
Edited by Information Resources Management
Association 2017 400pp

2017 500pp 9781522525202 Hardback £210.00 / €233.00
9781522538271 Hardback £308.00 / €342.00
Advances in Educational Technologies and
Presents the latest academic material on emerging Instructional Design
perspectives, treatment and care techniques, and Presents the latest scholarly research on ways to
therapeutic strategies to support individuals with effectively teach all students and further refine and
autism spectrum disorders. Highlighting a range strengthen school-wide inclusive pedagogy, methods,
of topics such as social skills, educational support, and policies. This volume features extensive coverage
and assistive technologies, this book is designed on a number of topics such as special education, online
for healthcare professionals, researchers, students, learning, and English language learners.
academics, and practitioners.
INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES IN
CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT FOR GENERAL EDUCATION AND PUTTING
GIFTED EDUCATION PROGRAMS THE INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES
ACT (IDEA) INTO PRACTICE
Edited by Jessica Cannaday
Feb 2018 223pp Edited by Pam L. Epler
9781522530411 Hardback £156.00 / €174.00
Jan 2018 250pp
Examines the development of coursework for gifted
and talented students. Featuring coverage on a broad 9781522531111 Hardback £156.00 / €174.00
range of topics, such as constructivism, diversity
responsive method, and teacher training, this book is Presents the latest teaching strategies for educators with
geared towards academics, researchers, gifted education special needs students. Featuring extensive coverage on
teachers, supervisors, directors, and administrators. relevant areas such as instructional adaptions, locomotor
apparatus diseases, and intellectual disabilities, this
DISABILITY AND EQUITY IN HIGHER publication is an ideal resource for school administrators,
EDUCATION ACCESSIBILITY general and special education classroom teachers, and
graduate-level students.
Edited by Henry C. Alphin Jr, Jennie Lavine & Roy Y. Chan
Jan 2018 310pp
9781522526650 Hardback £170.00 / €189.00

Advances in Educational Marketing, Administration,
and Leadership
Presents the latest scholarly material on emerging
methods and trends in disseminating knowledge
in higher education, despite traditional hindrances.
Featuring extensive coverage on relevant topics such
as higher education policies, electronic resources,
and inclusion barriers, this publication is designed for
educators, academics, students, and researchers.

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Information Age Publishing Magination Press

LEADERSHIP MATTERS IN THE Reading Well for Young People
EDUCATION OF STUDENTS WITH Chosen by the Reading Agency’s 2016
SPECIAL NEEDS IN THE 21ST CENTURY national campaign

Edited by Festus E. Obiakor, Tachelle Banks & MY ANXIOUS MIND
Anthony F. Rotatori
2017 220pp A Teen’s Guide to Managing Anxiety
9781641130097 Hardback £88.50 / €99.00 and Panic
9781641130080 Paperback £47.50 / €53.00 Michael A. Tompkins & Katherine A. Martinez

Contemporary Perspectives in Special Education Anxiety can make everything seem unmanageable,
Provides a practical focus and framework for establishing from dealing with family and friends to coping
insightful leadership that will enhance the learning of with schoolwork and extracurricular activities.
students with exceptionalities in the 21st century by This book helps teens take control of their anxious
discussing critical leadership dimensions and topics by feelings by providing cognitive-behavioural
leading academics. This book presents much needed and strategies to tackle anxiety and to feel confident
innovative leadership perspectives for effective instructional and empowered in the process.
practices for today’s students with special needs.
PUTTING ON THE BRAKES
UNTOLD NARRATIVES
Understanding and Taking Control of
African Americans Who Received Your ADD or ADHD, Third Edition
Special Education Services and Succeeded Patricia O. Quinn & Judith M. Stern
Beyond Expectations
Edited by Shawn Anthony Robinson Completely updated and expanded, this third
edition continues to be the go-to resource for
Feb 2018 148pp children with AD/HD. This essential guide is loaded
9781641131858 Hardback £85.95 / €94.00 with practical ways to improve organisation, focus,
9781641131841 Paperback £45.95 / € 51.00 attention, time management, and scheduling, as
well as studying and homework skills. Importantly,
Describes personal experiences, and challenges the idea children will also find strategies for making friends,
that these students with disabilities are substandard. controlling emotions, and being healthy.
Emphasizes successful narratives and also provides
counter-narratives to demystify the myth that those
with disabilities cannot succeed.

International Society for Technology in Education

THE NEW ASSISTIVE TECH

Make Learning Awesome for All!
Christopher Bugaj

Apr 2018 250pp
9781564846884 Paperback £35.95 / €40.00

The New Assistive Tech is a catalyst for breaking down
walls between special education and general education,
and will help all educators realize they have tech
knowledge (and can build upon that knowledge) that
can be used to support students with disabilities.

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National Association for the Education Research Press Publishers
of Young Children
FINDING VOICE
THE ESSENTIALS
Treating Selective Mutism and Social Anxiety
Supporting Young Children with Disabilities Robert L. Schum
in the Classroom
Pamela Brillante 2017 208pp
9780878227075 Paperback £37.50 / €42.00
2017 160pp, illustrations
9781938113291 Paperback £20.95 / €23.00 Often baffling to parents, teachers, and some therapists,
The Essentials Series the social anxiety disorder known as selective mutism
Educators looking for a simple, straightforward prevents children from moving toward normal social
introduction to the core concepts of teaching and communication, critical in the school-age years. Finding
supporting children with disabilities alongside their Voice discusses the symptoms and treatment of selective
peers will want to have this resource at their fingertips. mutism, and includes a variety of case histories with
This guide is filled with practical information that will insightful intervention examples based on best-practice
help educators who work with children ages 0-8 teach procedures.
children with disabilities alongside their peers.
MEDICATION FACT SHEETS
Redleaf Press
A Behavioral Medication Reference for
BEHAVIORAL CHALLENGES IN EARLY Educators, Sixth Edition
CHILDHOOD SETTINGS Dean E. Konopasek

Connie Jo Smith 2017 130pp
2017 80pp 9780878227082 Paperback + CD £42.50 / €47.00
9781605545240 Paperback £16.50 / €19.00
Redleaf Quick Guides Serves as a handy and easy-to-understand reference for
Children can experience feelings they don’t understand, non-medical professionals. The author provides a brief
causing them to act out. This Redleaf Quick Guide is filled overview of over 100 prescription medications. Each
with information on how to respond to an array of 12 one-page, reproducible fact sheet identifies what the
common behavioural challenges, including aggression, medication is for, what it does, potential side effects,
defiance, and separation anxiety, and offers prevention dosages, and in what forms it is available.
tips and developmental information that may affect
young children’s behaviour.

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Society Publishing Stylus Publishing

EARLY CHILDHOOD SPECIAL PROMOTING INCLUSION IN
EDUCATION EDUCATION ABROAD

Emelyn Cereno Wagan A Handbook of Research and Practice
Jan 2018 275pp Edited by Heather Barclay Hamir & Nick Gozik
9781773610061 Hardback £134.00 / €149.00
Jan 2018 248pp
Covers all matters and various aspects of early childhood
education systems and schools. The book also covers 9781620365557 Hardback £97.95 / €109.00
the most important things regarding how special
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what possibilities are there and how it can help children
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