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June Downing

Teaching Literacy to Students with Significant Disabilities:

strategies for the K-12 inclusive classroom

Corwin, 2005

Diane Browder and Fred Spooner

Teaching Students with Moderate and Severe Disabilities

Guilford Press, 2011

Soovitatavad veebilehed

Mencap. Not for profit organization

Information for parents and teachers: UK

Down’s Syndrome Association. Not for profit organization

Information for parents and teachers: UK

Raising Children Network. Government information service

Information for parents: Australia

The Arc. Not for profit organization

Information for parents and teachers: USA


American Psychiatric Association (2013)

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Disorders (5th edn)

, Washington, DC.

Goodman, R. and Scott, S. (2012)

Intellectual Disability, in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry,

3rd edn,

Chichester: John Wiley and Sons Ltd.

Brenda R.J.

et al.

(2013) ‘Math practice and its influence on math skills and executive

functions in adolescents with mild to borderline Intellectual Disability’,

Research in

Developmental Disabilities

, 34(5): 1815–1824.

Burack, J. (2012)

The Oxford Handbook of Intellectual Disability and Development (Oxford

Library of Psychology)

, New York: OUP.

de Graaf, G., van Hove, G. and Haveman, M. (2013) ‘More academics in regular schools?

The effect of regular versus special school placement on academic skills in Dutch

primary school students with Down syndrome’,

Journal of Intellectual Disability Research


57: 21–38.

Emerson, E. (2003) ‘Prevalence of psychiatric disorders in children and adolescents with

and without intellectual disability’,

Journal of Intellectual Disability Research

, 47: 51–8.

Ergaz, Z. and Ornoy, A. (2011) ‘Perinatal and early postnatal factors underlying develop-

mental delay and disabilities’,

Developmental Disabilities Research Reviews,

17: 59–70.

Georgiadi, M.

et al.

(2012) ‘Young children’s attitudes toward peers with intellectual disabilities:

effect of the type of school’,

Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual



25: 531–41.