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Effective Mainstreaming : Creating Inclusive Classrooms - 3rd edition

Effective Mainstreaming : Creating Inclusive Classrooms (ISBN10: 0135982022; ISBN13: 9780135982020)
ISBN13: 978-0135982020
ISBN10: 0135982022

Summary: This market-leading text is organized to serve as a non-categorical, practical model for creating inclusive classrooms for all students, regardless of their disability, gender, socioeconomic status, family structure, ethnicity, or linguistic background. Applying current research in the field of inclusion, it provides effective classroom practice that both addresses and expands the realities of the classroom settings. Features
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  • Unique in its cross-categorical or non-categorical approach, each chapter provides questions, discussions, practical examples, notes, perspectives, and ideas that work with a diverse group of students, and engage students in reflecting upon and interacting with issues and material presented.
  • Each chapter includes workable guidelines and procedures that provide students with the knowledge and skills for successfully educating students in an inclusive classroom.
  • Provides strategies to help students make the transition to inclusive setting, and to help all students understand individual differences and develop friendships.
  • A significant amount of current information on students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and students at risk for school failure is provided.
  • NEW - A new full-color format highlights key elements that will excite students.
  • NEW - Features expanded sections regarding inclusion research, new legislation, IEPs, ADHD, Section 504, transitions, technology self-determination and authentic assessment.
  • NEW - Perspectives. The voices of students, teachers, parents, and others reflecting upon the issues.
  • NEW - How it works- Vignettes that serve as examples of the implementation of strategies and procedures.
  • NEW - Cooperative and reciprocal interactive teaching approaches are discussed.
...show more
Summary: This market-leading text is organized to serve as a non-categorical, practical model for creating inclusive classrooms for all students, regardless of their disability, gender, socioeconomic status, family structure, ethnicity, or linguistic background. Applying current research in the field of inclusion, it provides effective classroom practice that both addresses and expands the realities of the classroom settings. Features
  • Unique in its cross-categorical or non-categorical approach, each chapter provides questions, discussions, practical examples, notes, perspectives, and ideas that work with a diverse group of students, and engage students in reflecting upon and interacting with issues and material presented.
  • Each chapter includes workable guidelines and procedures that provide students with the knowledge and skills for successfully educating students in an inclusive classroom.
  • Provides strategies to help students make the transition to inclusive setting, and to help all students understand individual differences and develop friendships.
  • A significant amount of current information on students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and students at risk for school failure is provided.
  • NEW - A new full-color format highlights key elements that will excite students.
  • NEW - Features expanded sections regarding inclusion research, new legislation, IEPs, ADHD, Section 504, transitions, technology self-determination and authentic assessment.
  • NEW - Perspectives. The voices of students, teachers, parents, and others reflecting upon the issues.
  • NEW - How it works- Vignettes that serve as examples of the implementation of strategies and procedures.
  • NEW - Cooperative and reciprocal interactive teaching approaches are discussed.
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Edition/Copyright: 3RD 98
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Publisher: Merrill Education/Prentice Hall
Year Published: 1998
International: No

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