- Review Chapters 49 and 50 in the Florian text, reflecting on the specific skills, knowledge, and practices critical to the understanding and advancement in the field of special education.
- Review the feedback given by your Instructor and peers on your 10 important aspects of being a leader in special education from Module 6.
- Summarizing and defending your top 10 choices.
Provide a summary on power point slides explaining why you chose the 10 topics aspects of being a leader in special education and what resources helped to support that decision.
Florian, L. (Ed.). (2014). The SAGE handbook of special education (2nd ed.). London, England: Sage Publications Ltd.
- Chapter 49, “What Do Classroom Teachers Need to Know About Meeting Special Education Needs?” (pp. 841–858)
- Chapter 50, “The Professional Knowledge of Inclusive Special Educators” (pp. 859–872)
- Chapter 52, “Changing Perspectives of Special Education in the Evolving Context of Standards-Based Reforms in the US and England” (pp. 889–914)
Cavendish, W., Connor, D. J., & Rediker, E. (2016). Engaging students and parents in transition-focused individualized education programs. Intervention in School and Clinic, DOI:1053451216659469.
Leko, M.M., Brownell, M.T., Sindelar, P.T., & Kiely, M.T. (2015). Envisioning the future of special education personnel preparation in a standards-based era. Exceptional Children, 82(1), 25-43. doi: 10.1177/0014402915598782
Hirano, K. A., & Rowe, D. A. (2016). A conceptual model for parent involvement in secondary special education. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 27(1), 43-53. doi: 10.1177/1044207315583901