Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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978-1-4758-3884-8 • Hardback • February 2018 • $62.00 • (£48.00)
978-1-4758-3885-5 • Paperback • February 2018 • $31.00 • (£23.99)
978-1-4758-3886-2 • eBook • February 2018 • $29.50 • (£22.99)
Dr. Nicholas D. Young has worked in diverse educational roles for more than 28 years, serving as a principal, special education director, graduate professor, graduate program director, graduate dean, and longtime superintendent of schools. He was named the Massachusetts Superintendent of the Year, completed a distinguished Fulbright program, and holds several graduate degrees including a PhD in educational administration and an EdD in educational psychology. He has published widely to include several books and book chapters on a variety of topics in education, counseling and psychology.
Professor Kristen Bonanno-Sotiropoulos has worked in education at the various levels for more than a dozen years. Her professional career within K12 public education included roles as a special education teacher and special education administrator at the elementary and middle school levels. After her tenure in K12, she transitioned to higher education to teach undergraduate and graduate courses as an Assistant Professor of Special Education at Springfield College located in Springfield, Massachusetts. From there, she moved to Bay Path University as an Assistant Professor and Coordinator of the Special Education Graduate Programs
Teresa Allissa Citro is the Chief Executive Officer, Learning Disabilities Worldwide, Inc. and the Founder and President of Thread of Hope, Inc.. She has co-edited several books on a wide range of topics in special education and has co-authored a popular children’s series I Am Full of Possibilities.
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- Learning, Behavioral, and Social Difficulties within Multi-Tiered Systems of Support: A Dynamic Perspective of Intervention Intensification
Nicholas D. Young & Kristen L. Bonanno-Sotiropoulos
- Evidence-based Instructional Interventions and Models to Assist Students with Learning Disabilities
Margo A. Mastropieri, Thomas E. Scruggs, Anya Evmenova & Kelley Regan
- Memory-Enhancing Strategies for Students with Learning Disabilities: Findings from 35 Years of Experimental Research
Margo A. Mastropieri, Thomas E. Scruggs, Kelley Regan, Anya Evmenova and Judith Fontana
- Mnemonic Strategies: What Are They? How Can I Use Them? and How Effective Are They?
Lynne Celli and Nicholas Young
- Learning Profiles: Teaching with Style in Mind
Nicholas D. Young & Kristen L. Bonanno-Sotiropoulos
- Instructional Strategies to Support the Writing Process for Struggling Writers
Nicholas D. Young & Elizabeth Jean
- Effective Home-School Relationships: Strategies for Ensuring Effective Collaboration for Families with Children with Learning Disabilities
Vance L. Austin
- Effective Behaviors Employed by Successful Teachers of Students with Learning and Emotional Challenges: A Framework for Better Teaching
Nicholas D. Young and Melissa A. Mumby About the Authors
- Ready to Learn: Helping Students Develop Positive Learning Outcomes through Effective Classroom Management
Paving the Pathway for Educational Success: Effective Classroom Strategies for Students with Learning Disabilities provides the reader with a working knowledge of learning disabilities, specific interventions and strategies to engage students in the learning process regardless of age or struggle. Educators will walk away from this book knowing exactly how to help students and will return to the book often as a refresher for teaching and best practices.
— Anne E. Mead Ed.D, administrator, Danbury Public Schools, Danbury, CT
Educators who teach students with learning disabilities require a skill set that ensures success in academics and this book provides just such a read, allowing the educator to understand the issues that struggling students face and how to circumvent the frustration often associated with that learning. A solid book for anyone who wants to find new best practices and perfect their instruction.
— Martha H. von Mering, executive officer of special education & related services, Springfield Public Schools, Springfield, MA
Paving the Pathway for Educational Success: Effective Classroom Strategies for Students with Learning Disabilities is one of the few books that can directly help educators transform their teaching. The book both identifies and navigates through the complicated process of understanding, supporting, and advancing the academic needs of students with learning disabilities.
— Jessica O'Brien, Teacher of Students with Moderate Disabilities, Forrest Park Elementary School
This book is a must read for all educators. The research presented in the book provides valuable information into the world of learning disabilities. The authors provide a wealth of effective strategies and tools to assist teachers in meeting the needs of students with learning disabilities.
— Steven Spencer, Teacher of Students with Moderate Disabilities, Kiley Middle School