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Contexts: Understanding At-Risk and Special-Needs Students by Rosemary Lambie PDF version. Emphasises on at-risk children and those with special needs.

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book by Rosemary Lambie. Special populations of children and family systems are explored and examples of strategies for working with them are presented.

Special populations of children and family systems are explored and examples of strategies for working with them are presented. The information is presented in an easy to read format, and is quite interesting to those working in any area of human services working with families.

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The types of special needs vary in severity, and a student with a special . This is also referred to as special educational needs (SEN) or special.

The types of special needs vary in severity, and a student with a special need is classified as being a severe case when the student's IQ is between 20 and 35. These students typically need assistance in school, and have different services provided for them to succeed in a different setting. In the United Kingdom, special needs usually refers to special needs within an educational context. This is also referred to as special educational needs (SEN) or special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)

At risk students: Who are they and what helps them succeed? .

At risk students: Who are they and what helps them succeed? Jan 1994. This booklet examines the plight of homeless families who have children who need special educational services. It explores the magnitude of homelessness among families, provides empirical descriptions of homeless populations, and identifies factors contributing to the rising incidence of homelessness in the United States. Context-specific effects are noted with respect to grade level, socioeconomic status (SES), ability and affect, and teacher intentions. It is concluded that any attempt to improve student achievement must be based on the development of effective teaching behavior.

Rosemary Lambie, Virginia Commonwealth University. Expertly curated help for Family Systems Within Educational and Community Contexts. 5. At-Risk Students and Environmental Factors 6. At-Risk Students from Nontraditional Families 7. At-Risk Students from Dysfunctional Families 8. Special-Needs Students from Dysfunctional Family Systems 9. Resiliency and the Village. Part Three: Applications of Family Systems.

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Every chapter has been extensively updated to reflect current literature and thinking. The content provides a wider systemic view of how professionals and family members can better serve children who are at risk for failure in school or life.

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Family Systems Within Educational Contexts: Understanding At-Risk and Special-Needs Students download epub
Education
Author: Rosemary Lambie
ISBN: 0891082654
Category: Other
Subcategory: Education
Language: English
Publisher: Love Pub Co; 2 edition (January 1, 2000)
Pages: 523 pages