Inclusion Strategies That Work!
Research-Based Methods for the Classroom
AUTHOR: Karten, Toby J.
PUBLISHER: Corwin Press
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`I have been teaching introductory courses in special education for five years. Each year I review books to see if I can find the one that truly speaks to the needs of my students in this ever-changing field. I found what I was looking for in Inclusion Strategies That Work!' - Martha Lawson, Assistant Professor , Marywood University
Inclusion Strategies That Work is a comprehensive educational reference and resource that contributes to the field of special educational needs by helping teachers to translate key research into practical classroom strategies and activities.
It demystifies the topic of disabilities and inclusion, presenting an array of lists, charts, curriculum suggestions, tips for working with parents, ideas for preparing IEPs, and explanations of special education legislation that make the book an easy, hands-on resource. There are numerous photocopiable materials thoughout.
By bringing theory and research to life and helping teachers to implement the conclusions in a simple and straight-forward way, this book will be a valuable tool for special and mainstream settings.
PUBLICATION DATE: 10/12/2004