Summer 2002     ISSN 1096-1453     Volume 6, Issue 2
Issues and Trends Related to Teaching Students with Disabilities

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Editorial: Educating students with disabilities poses many unique challenges...

Addressing Antisocial Behavior in the Schools: A Call for Action  /  2065 
	Kathleen Lynne Lane, Peabody College of Vanderbilt University 
	Joseph Wehby, Peabody College of Vanderbilt University
Everyone Plays!  Increasing Participation of Special Needs Children  /  2052
	Donna L. Kowalczyk, University of Pittsburgh, PA
Higher Education and Cognitive Disability: Adaptive Strategies  /  2051
	Karen Crane Macdonald, Housatonic Community College, CT 
High Standards Dilemma:  Undergraduates with Learning Disabilities  /  2044
	Dava M. O’Connor, Lander University, SC	
	J. Phillip Bennett, Emporia State University, KS
Creating Multimedia to Teach About Students With Developmental Disabilities  /  2058
	Timothy E. Morse, University of Southern Mississippi
	Teresa Callahan, University of Southern Mississippi
	Taralynn Hartsell, University of Southern Mississippi
Academic Outcomes of Students with Learning Disabilities  / 2116
	K. Sarah Hall, 	California State University, Northridge
How Can We Prepare and Retain Effective Special Education Teachers?  /  2038
	Lanna Andrews, University of San Francisco, CA 
	Susan Evans, University of San Francisco, CA
	Nikki Miller, University of San Francisco, CA
Seeds of Service Learning  / 2141
	Cara Wicks-Ortega, Central Michigan University
Emotional Intelligence in the Classroom  /  2102
	Melody D’Ambrosio, Seton Hall University , NJ 
Assessing Standards-Based Curricula for  Students with Learning Disabilities  / 2095a 
							    2095b 2095c 2095d
	Kathleen M.T. Collins, Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota			
	Anthony J. Onwuegbuzie, Howard University, Washington, D.C.
Reading Between the Lines on Surveys  / 2123a 2123b
	Richard W. Schmertzing  /  Valdosta State University, GA
	Jiri Stelzer  /  Valdosta State University, GA
	Lorraine C. Schmertzing   /  Valdosta State University, GA
Case Study: Assistant Professor Patrick Holiday and Mr. Alex Pappadopoulos  / 2120
	Michael J. Provitera, Saint Peter’s College, NJ	
Raising Self-Expectations:  The Key to Motivating Students with Disabilities  / 1074 
	C. Keith Waugh, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale	
A Word Identification Strategy for Middle and High School Students  / 2115a 2115b 2115c
	Darrell R. Pearson, Troy State University, AL
	Wanda Corley, Zion Chapel High School, AL
Encouraging Preservice Recognition of G/LD Students  /  2113
	Lynda A. Conover,  Western Illinois University
Teacher Attitudes and Attributes Concerning Disabilities  /  2111
	Jeffrey D. Briggs , Fort Hays State University, KS
	William E. Johnson , West Texas A&M University, TX
	Duane L. Shepherd, Fort Hays State University, KS
	Steven R. Sedbrook , Fort Hays State University, KS 
Fables in the Classroom: Motivating Middle School Writers 
with Learning Disabilities  /2087
	Barbara C. Palmer, Florida State University, Tallahassee
	Karen R. Nicholas, Florida State University, Tallahassee
	Regan E. Rancourt, Florida State University, Tallahassee
	Judith A. Musumeci-Renwick, Florida State University, Tallahassee
Social Skills Training for the 21st Century  / 2110
	Ivor Weiner, California State University, Northridge
	Ronald E. Fritsch, Texas Woman’s University
	Brandie Rosen, Los Angeles Unified School District, CA
Writing Sample Evaluations by Students With and Without LD  /  2109
	Amy Gaines, California State University, Northridge
	Tamarah M. Ashton, California State University, Northridge
Is the Next Step, Flex Step?  /  2104
	Susan C. Philhower, Western Illinois University
Including Co-Teaching in a Teacher Preparation Program: A Vital Addition  /  2103
	Wendy W. Murawski, California State University, Northridge
A Model for Ensuring Success in the General Education Classroom
Using Adaptations and Accommodations  /  2099
	Jane M. Williams, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Promoting Beginning Special Education Teachers' Understanding 
of Emergent Literacy  /  2090
	Barbara J. Calcagni Glaeser, California State University, Fullerton
Using Story-Grammar Instruction and Picture Books to Increase Reading 
Comprehension   /  2056a 2056b 2056c 2056d
	Yvonne Nguyen Bui, University of Kansas
Service Learning:  An Integrative Field Study Model  /  2039
	Louise Moser Illes, Brigham Young University
Dancing with Teachers in Classrooms: An Exploration of What it Means to Teach  /  802
	Donna Patterson, University of Regina, Canada 
	Sonya Corbin Dwyer, University of Regina, Canada 
A Strategy to Reduce the Challenging Behaviors of Children with Emotional 
and Behavioral Disorders  /  2033a 2033b
	Gregory J. Benner, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
	J. Ron Nelson, University of Nebraska—Lincoln
	Deborah J. Smith, Lincoln Public Schools
	Maura L. Roberts, Arizona State University
Exercise is Medicine:  Working with Physical Challenges  /  2032
	Tina A. Schmidt, Purdue University, IN
Self-Concept: Differences Among Adolescents by Gender  /  325a 325b
	Melinda R. Pierson, California State University, Fullerton
	Barbara C. Glaeser, California State University, Fullerton
Corporate Attitudes Towards Gays and Lesbians in the Workplace  /  823a 823b
	Lisa O’Hara, No affiliation to any organization
	Bill McPherson, Professor, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, PA
Using Laptime Activities to Facilitate Learning in Preschoolers with Delays  /  2027a 2027b 2027c
	Mark Brown, Eastern Illinois University
An ESL Child’s Emergent Literacy Development  / 1085a  1085b  1085c 
	Luísa Araújo, William Paterson University, NJ
Gender, Age, Ethnicity, and Interest in Taking an Online Course  /  1009
	Jessica M. Webb, North Florida Community College
Creating a Learning Family to Promote Student Interaction in Distance Courses  /  861
	Joan Cook, Montana State University-Bozeman  
Evaluating the Treatment of L2 Writing: An Analysis of French Textbooks  /  2100
	Carolyn Gascoigne, University of Nebraska at Omaha
A Narrative Analysis of Advanced Japanese Language Students  /  323a 323b
	Eiko Torii-Williams, Wellesley College, MA
Disability, Education and Empowerment: From Silence to Finding a Voice
	Heather Ann Ackley Bean, Azusa Pacific University, CA

Issue Editors:  
Tamarah M. Ashton, Ph.D.	                      Melinda R. Pierson, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor	                      Associate Professor
California State University, Northridge	    California State University, Fullerton
Illustrator: Kappa Waugh, Vassar College, NY
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