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EDSP 5240 AOP:Collaboration with Parents, Paraeducators & Professionals

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Required Readings for EDSP 5240

Module 3:
Boeltzig, H., Kusminsky, M. N., Foley, S. M., Robison, R., Popper, B., Gutierrez-Wilson, M., & University of Massachusetts Boston, I. (2009). Advancing parent-professional leadership: Effective strategies for building the capacity of parent advisory councils in special education. The Institute Brief. Issue No. 27. Institute for Community Inclusion.
Francis, G. L., Hill, C., Blue-Banning, M., Turnbull, A. P., & Haines, S. J. (2016). Culture in inclusive schools: Parental perspectives on trusting family-professional partnerships. Education and Training in Autism and Developmental Disabilities, 51(3), 281-293.

Module 4:
Hackett, P. (2009). Everybody wins: How to Be an Effective Member of Your Child's IEP Team. Exceptional Parent, 39(3), 30-32.
Zirkel, P. A. (2015). Special education law: Illustrative basics and nuances of key IDEA components. Teacher Education and Special Education, 38(4), 263-275.

Module 5:
Davys, D., Mitchell, D., & Haigh, C. (2016). Adult Siblings Consider the Future: Emergent Themes. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 29(3), 220–230.
Drew, J. (2009). Disability and the self-reliant family: Revisiting the literature on parents with disabilities. Marriage & Family Review, 45(5), 431-447
Emerson, E., & Brigham, P. (2014). The developmental health of children of parents with intellectual disabilities: Cross sectional study. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 35(4), 917-921.
Mayes, R., & Llewellyn, G. (2009). What Happens to parents with intellectual disability following removal of their child in child protection proceedings?. Journal of Intellectual & Developmental Disability, 34(1), 92-95.
McConnell, D., & Llewellyn, G. (2002). Stereotypes, parents with intellectual disability and child protection. Journal of Social Welfare & Family Law, 24(3), 297-317. doi:10.1080/09649060210161294.
Meltzer, A., & Kramer, J. (2016). Siblinghood through disability studies perspectives: Diversifying discourse and knowledge about siblings with and without disabilities. Disability & Society, 31(1), 17-32.
Opperman, S., & Alant, E. (2003). The coping responses of the adolescent siblings of children with severe disabilities. Disability and Rehabilitation, 25, 441-454.
Swain, P., & Cameron, N. (2003). 'Good enough parenting': Parental disability and child protection. Disability & Society, 18(2), 165. doi:10.1080/0968759032000052815.
Rivera Drew, J. A. (2009). Disability and the self-reliant family: Revisiting the literature on parents with disabilities. Marriage & Family Review, 45(5), 431-447. doi:10.1080/01494920903048734

Module 6:
Colombo, M. W. (2006). Building school partnerships with culturally and linguistically diverse families. The Phi Delta Kappan, 88(4), 314-318. doi:10.1177/003172170608800414
Harry, B. (2008). Collaboration with culturally and linguistically diverse families: Ideal versus reality. Exceptional Children, 74(3), 372-388. doi:10.1177/001440290807400306
Lamorey, S. (2002). The effects of culture on special education services: Eyes, prayer meetings, and IEPs. Teaching Exceptional Children, (34)5, 67-71.
Miller, A. L. (2019). (Re) conceptualizing family-school partnerships with and for culturally and linguistically diverse families. Race Ethnicity and Education, 1-21.
Rossetti, Z., Sauer, J. S., Bui, O., & Ou, S. (2017). Developing collaborative partnerships with culturally and linguistically diverse families during the IEP process. TEACHING Exceptional Children, 49(5), 328-338.
Dwort, D., & Bennett, S. (2002). A View from the North: Special Education in Canada. Teaching Exceptional Children, 34(5), 22–27.   
Stough, L. M. (2002). Teaching special education in costa rica. Teaching Exceptional Children, 34(5), 34.
Vakil, S., Welton, E., & Khanna, R. (2002). Special education in india. Teaching Exceptional Children, 34(5), 46.  
Meadan, H., & Gumpel, T. P. (2002). Special education in israel. Teaching Exceptional Children, 34(5), 16.  
Shepherd, T. L., Contreras, D., & Brown, R. (2002). Special education in mexico. Teaching Exceptional Children, 34(5), 8.
Ya-Shu, K., Lovett, D., & Haring, K. (2002). Culture and special education in taiwan. Teaching Exceptional Children, 34(5), 12.
Fulk, B. M., Swedlik, P. A., & Kosuwan, K. (2002). Special education in thailand. Teaching Exceptional Children, 34(5), 73.
Swedeen, B. L., Carter, E. W., & Molfenter, N. (2010). Getting everyone involved identifying transition opportunities for youth with severe disabilities. Teaching Exceptional Children, 43(2), 38-49. 

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