By Cynthia Ann Bowman, Paul T. Jaeger
Written for children with disabilities and the folks who take care of and teach them, this designated source deals either suggestion and suggestion to aid disabled young ones effectively meet the specific social and educational demanding situations of highschool and to discover their paths into the longer term. Compiling a wealth of workmanship on more than a few matters in highschool and the entire accompanying significant lifestyles occasions, this edited quantity deals suggestions, help, adventure, and encouragement, offering every thing from rationalization of criminal rights to counsel on potent research conduct. throughout the voices of disabled scholars and their lecturers and kin, the booklet presents insights into the inner dilemmas that scholars face in addition to difficulties they could come upon within the lecture room, at domestic, and in society. This e-book is written to provide instruments that empower scholars with disabilities face their demanding situations whereas offering educators, relations and neighbors insights into concerns those scholars might come across in the course of their highschool years. each highschool instructor, administrator, counselor, and librarian may still familiarize themselves with the problems explored on those pages.The publication is split into 5 topical sections that every addresses a suite of comparable concerns. part I offers a heritage of disabilitities throughout diversified instances and cultures and a dialogue of the felony rights of scholars with disabilities. part II discusses the cultural and social concerns disabled young people face in smooth society and appears at representations in movie and literature. part III is dedicated to the various interactions and relationships confronted in highschool, together with courting, socialization, and extracurricular actions. part IV addresses matters relating to educational luck and the concluding bankruptcy deals instruments for advocacy and empowerful. Appendicies whole this multi-facted quantity with lists of extra readings and online assets for college students with disabilities.
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5. 6. 7. 8. The ability to accept differences between people; The ability to accept human vulnerability and recognize the need to help others; The ability to handle uncertainty and unpredictability; The ability to laugh at disabilities and the problems they cause; The ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously; An advanced orientation toward future goals and possibilities; A carefully honed capacity for closure in personal communication; and The ability to be flexible, creative, and inspired in situations of limited resources or untraditional modes of operation.
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A Guide to High School Success for Students with Disabilities by Cynthia Ann Bowman, Paul T. Jaeger