This series addresses a significant need in the education of students who are at risk, those with disabilities, and all children and adolescents who struggle with learning or behavior.
While researchers in special education, educational psychology, curriculum and instruction, and other fields have made great progress in understanding what works for struggling learners, the practical application of this research base remains quite limited.
Books in the series present assessment, instructional, and classroom management methods that have strong empirical evidence.
Written in a user-friendly format, each volume provides specific how-to instructions and examples of the use of proven procedures in schools.
Coverage is sufficiently thorough and detailed to enable practitioners to implement the practices described.