"One of the strongest features of this text is the constant reference to real life classroom situations to illustrate an instructional strategy or concept." --Paul R. Malanga, University of South Dakota"Istronglyencourage the students to be active readers, and model for them methods of doing so. My experience with the Henley text is that it is amenable to such textual reading, and I commend it for that." --Carol Robinson, Indiana State University"I have found that this text is the best for meeting my needs for this [Mild/Moderate Disabilities] course." --Dawn R. Speidel, West Liberty State CollegeHighlights of the New Edition: Containsupdated information on IDEA '04 and No Child Left Behindwith an emphasis on how these laws affect teaching, assessing, and managing the behavior of students with mild disabilities. Reorganized to present the overview of mild disabilities earlierin the book (now chapter 2). This chapter includesnew information on Asperger's Syndrome, pervasive developmental delay and nonverbal learning disabilities, as well as expanded information on ADHD. New information on using technologywith students with mild disabilities. Expanded sections on teaching approaches includingdifferentiated instruction, graphic organizers, multiple intelligence, and testing accommodations. Increased emphasis onpreventive discipline and positive behavior supports. Technology Advantage! MyLabSchoolis a collection of online tools designed to help your students easily make the transition from student to teacher. Available in two different platforms --Website and CourseCompass--MyLabSchoolallows your students to observe real classrooms in action. And with easily assigned material for class preparation, you save time out of your busy schedule.MyLabSchoolalso helps students when it comes to getting the right job. With portfolio development assistance, career advice, and PRAXIS exam preparation, your students will leave your course ready for their next step.MyLabSchoolis appropriate for use in any course wherevideo footage of classroomsituations, standards integration, portfolio development, and PRAXIS preparation is covered. Either version of MyLabSchool can also be used as a stand-alone PRAXIS tutorial.Henley, Martin is the author of 'Characteristics Of And Strategies For Teaching Students With Mild Disabilities ', published 2005 under ISBN 9780205457649 and ISBN 0205457649.