Inclusive Classroom: A Practical Guide for Educators

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Good Year Books, May 1, 2004 - Education - 186 pages
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This handbook offers proven strategies for building a program that welcomes and supports all students, despite disabilities, disadvantages, or differences in learning styles. Team-based strategies are described in detail in clear language on reproducible pages so all members of each teaching team can be literally "on the same page," and reproducible evaluation, assessment, and reporting forms are also supplied. Topics addressed include determining learning styles, using multiple intelligences in the classroom, working in a collaborative teaching team, developing partnerships with parents, and changing negative behavior cycles. Grades 3-9. Resources. Illustrated. Good Year Books. 186 pages. Second Edition.

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This book will give you a lot of practical ready to do strategies as well as needed understanding for creating a successful inclusive classroom which integrates differentiated instruction and effective classroom management.

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