Handbook of Psychoeducational Assessment
The Handbook of Psychoeducational Assessment is a practical guide for educational and psychological professionals using norm-referenced tests in the ability, achievement, and behavioral assessment of children. Written by key individuals involved in the construction and evolution of the most widely used tests, this book provides critical information on the nature and scope of commonly used tests, their reliability and validity, administration, scoring and interpretation, and on how the tests may differ and complement each other in their utility with specific populations.
Handbook of Psychological Assessment
This book presents a step-by-step guide on how to conduct a comprehensive psychological evaluation. It provides a complete review of the most commonly used assessment instruments and the most efficient methods for selecting and administering tests, evaluating data, and integrating results into a coherent, problem-solving report.
Hands-On English Language Learning: Early Years
This guidebook provides thematic units appropriate for early elementary ELLs or, in some cases, for older newcomers with limited literacy and vocabulary skills. While the standards and content are designed for Canadian schools, the units provide a wide variety of vocabulary, enrichment, and communication activities on topics such as the classroom, the alphabet and counting, weather, and mapping skills. Flash cards, worksheets, and activities are included on a supplementary CD-ROM. Excerpts available on publisher website.
Hanging by a Twig: Understanding and Counseling Adults With Learning Disabilities and ADD
Combines poignant stories told by learning disabled adults with advice for therapists counseling them. This book provides counselors with insight into the personal dimension of learning disabilities and ADD, as well as practical guidelines for their assessment and treatment. Carol Wren shares powerful stories of adults with learning disabilities, letting readers hear their anger, depression, and struggles with substance abuse. Her framework links LD with certain emotional problems, while Jay Einhorn's commentary adds guidance on counseling LD adults.
Help America Read : A Handbook for Volunteers
Help America Read contains everything you would want a literacy volunteer to know about tutoring children.
Help! My Kids Don't All Speak English: How to Set Up a Language Workshop in Your Linguistically Diverse Classroom
Dr. Nancy Akhavan of California State University, Fresno, walks teachers through "language workshop," an approach that focuses on the specific language needs of every child, allowing teachers the flexibility to scaffold instruction by modeling specific uses of language, posing problems and ideas that expand kids' language skills, and teaching specific thinking strategies. Dr. Akhavan provides teachers with the tools to help students will find the guidance and opportunity necessary for acquiring language, learn the structures of discussion and debate, and think through ideas and texts.
Helping Children with Nonverbal Learning Disabilities to Flourish
This book skilfully combines a comprehensive guide to Nonverbal Learning Disabilities with the inspiring story of how Sara transformed herself from that young girl whose existence seemed darkened by learning difficulties into the capable young woman she is today. In Helping Children with NLD to Flourish, Marilyn Martin presents a comprehensive developmental profile of children with NLD. She explores the controversies surrounding the disorder so parents and professionals can identify learners with NLD and insure they receive early intervention. Offering practical advice on NLD at home and at school, she describes step-by-step interventions for improving a range of skills from penmanship to social acumen. This book is essential reading for parents and professionals working with children with NLD.
Helping the Child Who Doesn't Fit in
Remember the kids who just didn't fit in? Maybe they stood too close, or talked too loud. Whatever the reason, we called them hurtful names, and they never understood why. Now, clinical psychologists Duke and Nowicki call these children "dyssemic," and offer some ideas of how to help them. Dyssemic children cannot readily comprehend nonverbal messages, much as dyslexics do not correctly process the written word. Yet nonverbal communication plays a vital role in our communication with others, and children who misunderstand or misuse it may face painful social rejection. In Helping the Child Who Doesn't Fit In, Duke and Nowicki show parents and teachers how to assess the extent of a child's problem, as well as how to help the dyssemic child.
Helping Young Refugees and Immigrants Succeed: Public Policy, Aid, and Education
It has become a major challenge for the United States' public policy, educational system, and non-governmental aid organizations to help the vast numbers of young immigrants and refugees to have successful lives and careers and to fulfill their potential in their new country. In a unique effort, this book brings together, for the first time, scholarly analyses by eminent researchers of the historical, social, legal, and cultural influences on the young newcomers' lives as well as reports by practitioners in major aid organizations about the concrete work that their organizations have been carrying out.
Hey! I'm Reading!
Learning to read is a big step for anyone. Betty Miles demystifies the process by revealing the secrets behind one of life’s most important and enjoyable skills. Hey! I’m Reading! is for children who are just getting ready to read — and for the parents, relatives, teachers, and friends who want to help them.
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