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Reference & Research Books for SPCAI503 Curriculum Development and Instructional Strategies in Special Education
- Benner, Susan M. Assessment of young children with special needs: a context-based approach / Susan M. Benner and Joan C. Grim. New York: Routledge. RJ135 .B46 2013.
- Polloway, Edward A. Strategies for teaching learners with special needs. Boston: Pearson. LC4631 .S77 2013.
- Roffey, Sue.Special needs in the early years: supporting collaboration, communication and coordination.London: Routledge. LC3986.G7 R64 2014.
- Tankersley, Melody. Special education past, present, and future: perspectives from the field. Bingley, U.K.: Emerald, 2014.
- Zentall, Sydney S. Students with mild exceptionalities: characteristics and applications. Los Angeles: SAGE. LC4705 .Z46 2014.