This book provides information for teachers to use when including students with disabilities in general education schools and classrooms. The book takes a practical approach while being grounded in a sound theoretical base. This book provides theory with a lot of practical qhow toq information, focuses on methods for students with mild, moderate and severe disabilities at all grade levels, and contains examples that are based on real-life applications of how educators from all disciplines have used these methods. In addition, the book includes vignettes that enhance understanding of concepts by providing examples.Students in Mr. Michaela#39;s eighth grade math course are beginning a geometry unit. ... 2. Prepare items to meet the curriculum objective. Mr. Michael has actually embedded into his targeted objective criteria statement a variety of items that can anbsp;...
|Title||:||Teaching Students in Inclusive Settings|
|Author||:||Dianne F. Bradley|
|Publisher||:||Allyn & Bacon - 1997|