Bringing together the expertise of two of the most experienced scholars in transition personnel preparation, this up-to-date book offers a balanced presentation of theory, research, and practice in regard to career guidance and transition for youth with disabilities. Its contemporary focus on such issues as inclusive education, cultural and linguistic diversity, and self-determination and advocacy creates a text with broad-based appeal; while its thorough scholarship supports content with a solid foundation in theory and research. The book is divided into three sections, which can be used together or independently. This book emphasizes a wide variety of transition pathways; and offers numerous practical suggestions for how to draft IEP transition language related to this model. It covers research-based best practices and ensures readers come away with the most current information and the broadest possible definition of transition. For professionals in the fields of guidance and counseling for youths with disabilities.
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"Thomas G. Spiro" is a Professor of Chemistry at Princeton University and has taught environmental chemistry there since 1970.
"William M. Stigliani" is a Professor of Chemistry and Director of the Center for Energy and Environmental Education a the University of Northern Iowa.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110136745997