[This book] will help educators who are involved in the process of redefining their roles and responsibilities as special educators or classroom teachers to meet the needs of all students in their schools.... [The] qinclusive schoolingq is introduced andexamined with respect to the many variables that contribute to the quality of education in a school.... [The] student diversity, the different needs of students in the classroom, and sound assessment practices to identify student needs are discussed. [The book also discusses] in-depth qhow-toq information on instructional and behavioral strategies (for example, cooperative teaching, cooperative learning, social skills). -Pref.Board of Education of Topeka, 47, 54 Bryan, 198 Bryson, K. R., 112 Bubble Map, 303 Buchan, L, 310 Bulgren, J. A., 129, 290, 291, 313 Bulls, J. A., 298, 299 Burden. ... in classroom, 181-183 Communication skills structures, 326-328 Community inclusive school culture and, 25 violence in, ... 288 Concept maps, as graphic organizers, 297 Conceptual approach to cooperative learning, 321-324 Conceptualanbsp;...
|Title||:||Teaching Strategies for Inclusive Classrooms|
|Author||:||Mary W. Schmidt, Nancy Harriman|
|Publisher||:||Wadsworth Publishing Company - 1998-01-01|