Adolescents and Inclusion: Transforming Secondary Schools

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Anne M. Bauer, Glenda Myree Brown
P.H. Brookes Publishing Company, 2001 - Family & Relationships - 294 pages
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Purcell Marian High School is an example of a successful inclusive high school where all students learn, no matter their ability! This acclaimed inner-city school recognizes and celebrates the diversity in all learners, especially students with disabilities. In this book, the teachers and staff of Purcell Marian share with you their proven strategies for supporting students with mild to severe disabilities in an inclusive high school. The strategies, procedures, practices, and examples presented are real and come from these experts in the field who have a commitment to serve all students in a safe and positive setting. You'll learn how to get the support of your administration and incorporate the amendments included under IDEA 1997 in your school. You'll also tackle vital topics like- differentiating instruction- adapting the curriculum- managing behavior- designing accommodations- working in an urban setting- collaborating- performing alternate assessmentsLet Purcell Marian's successes inspire you to achieve your inclusion goals!

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