Written in a user-friendly tone, this text's powerful combination of versatility, practicality, and a positive message offers solid help as well as useful perspectives for those challenged to provide educational opportunities in inclusive settings. Based on the philosophy that inclusion is good for all children, Successful Inclusion moves beyond the notion of 'collaboration' to placing the primary responsibility for successful inclusion on the general education teacher and school administrators, not special education teachers. It provides numerous practical tools that help readers examine their own attitudes and beliefs about inclusion, and provides tools they can use in teaching to apply inclusion principles as well as strategies to overcome the barriers to inclusion. Presents an overview. Analyzes different perspectives on inclusion. Includes a ten step practical process. Contains data on the effectiveness of inclusion. Discusses the legal requirements for parent involvement. Introduces readers to the range of inclusion placement options. For readers with an interest in inclusion.Enhancing the implementation of the transition requirements of IDEA: A report on the policy forum on transition. Career Development ... Educational Testing Service. (1992). Beyond the ... Achieving outcome: A guide to interagency training in transition and supported employment. Richmond: ... Fiske, K. J., aamp; Todd, S. S. (1994). Classroom ... Chevy Chase, MD: Crosspaths Management Systems. Fitzpatrickanbsp;...
|Author||:||Carol Kochhar, Lynda L. West, Juliana M. Taymans|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2000|