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The Teacher's Guide to Inclusive Education
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The Teacher's Guide to Inclusive Education
750 Strategies for Success!

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January 2008 | 352 pages | Corwin
Formerly published by Peytral PublicationsThe Teacher's Guide to Inclusive Education: 750 Strategies for Success!áprovides practical, teacher-tested strategies appropriate for all students in the inclusive classroom, including learners with special needs, at-risk students, and youngsters who need additional support. This guide covers topics such as reading, written language, and organizational skills, and includes 100 reproducibles to aid in communication, lesson planning, student behavior, accommodations, assessments, and more.
 
Acknowledgements
 
A Word From the Author
 
Introduction
 
1. Inclusive Education
 
2. Working Together in the Inclusive Classroom
 
3. General Information about Special Education
 
4. Reading
 
5. Daily Assignments
 
6. Written Language
 
7. Spelling
 
8. Mathematics
 
9. Organizational Skills
 
10. Giving and Receiving Instruction
 
11. Classroom Assessments
 
12. Student Behavior
 
Appendix
 
Resources

“Inclusive education is not a passing trend. It is the law! Persons with disabilities have been undervalued in our society. By combining knowledge and expertise, and by creating partnerships between families and school personnel, the result will be an improved educational system for all.” 
—From the book’s A Word From the Author

From the book’s A Word From the Author

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ISBN: 9781890455101
£29.99