Complete Learning Disabilities Handbook: Ready-to-Use Strategies & Activities for Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities

Joan M. Harwell has over 30 years of experience as a regular classroom teacher and a special education teacher for students with learning disabilities in the schools of San Bernardino, California. In addition, she was a special education mentor teacher. Since retiring from full-time teaching in 1998, she has been a field supervisor for student teachers and interns at the University of Redlands and California State University at San Bernardino. Ms. Harwell has been in Marquis’ Who’s Who in American Education.

Her resource book provides new and proven suggestions and ready-to-use materials for helping students of all ages to overcome learning disabilities. Coverage includes an overview of learning disabilities; diagnostic and assessment tools; early childhood education for at-risk students; classroom management strategies; guidelines for intervention in specific academic areas; adolescents and adults with learning disabilities; and the role of the family.

This important resource offers diagnostic tools, remedial techniques, sample lessons, and worksheets to quickly identify students with learning deficits, improve their academic performance, and bolster their self-esteem. Includes assessment forms, problem-specific solutions, and intervention techniques

This book is ideal for parents, teachers, school administrators and other school personnels. If you would like to purchase this book online at, click on the following link.

Alternatively, if you only require this book for a short period of time (or would like to ‘test-drive’ the book prior to purchase), you may loan it from Little Red Bus at this following link.

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