Introduction to Inclusive Education

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John Wiley & Sons Canada, Limited, 2006 - Disabilities - 272 pages
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Introduction to Inclusive Education is a series of unique and flexible learning modules designed to introduce special education and to help develop effective teaching methods within an inclusive classroom setting.

Appropriate for teacher preparation and professional development special education courses, this truly modular system is aimed at increasing the skills base of students and professionals by engaging them in an interactive environment. Using WileyPLUS as the primary format, learners will have access to dynamic multimedia content specifically created to accompany the text.  Each module consists of text, interactive exercises, video clips of real classroom settings, as well as skill-testing questions and evaluative tasks. Designed for maximum flexibility, these modules are available on-line, and, if desired, with an accompanying text. The material is offered in this environment for both instructors and learners in order to meet the range of needs in the modern classroom.

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Contents

Brief Table of Contents
2
Interactive Exercises
12
Disability Categories
55
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Anne Jordan is Programme Director of the MA in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education at Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland, and Honorary Professor at Lev Tolstoy Pedagogical University, Russia.

Orison Carlile is Programme Director of the MA in Management in Education at Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland, and Honorary Professor at Lev Tolstoy Pedagogical University, Russia.

Annetta Stack is Programme Director of the MSc in Multimedia and E-Learning, and Teacher and Learning Coordinator at Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland.

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