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Practical Strategies for Inclusion

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Elementary School Inclusion

 

Elementary school is when inclusion is introduced and when it is most successfully implemented.  This book hows you how to set up a safe, encouraging learning environment that will have a positive impact on all students in the class while improving standardized tests and making all children feel they belong. She explains how to establish a successful inclusion setting from the first day and provides strategies, tips and many reproducibles to help you get it right.

 

MIddle School Inclusion

 

Author Eileen Bowers, an inclusion teacher for many years, shows how to put together an inclusive program that works for everyone involved, from the administration to the students. Bowers recalls her struggles and also the successful strategies she developed. Dozens of easy-to-use suggestions on important topics like grading, co-teaching and peer acceptance.

 

High School Inclusion

 

All high school students want to feel they belong and this is particularly true of students with an ED label.  The who, why, how and the legal aspects of implementing inclusive programs, especially for students with behavioral disabilities. Practical guidelines, tips, surveys, do’s and don’ts and tips for teaching enhance this easy-to-read book.

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