Inclusion: A Guide for Educators
This practical resource explains how to make inclusion work, providing practicing and prospective educators with the tools and techniques they need to transform classrooms into places where all students have the opportunity to succeed. Highly regarded experts address topics including basic strategies, professional and student collaboration, curriculum adaptation, and behavioral challenges. -- Provided by publisher
Mainstreaming in education -- United States, Classroom management -- United States; Special education -- United States; Problem children -- Education -- United States;
Paul H. Brookes
Department of Special Education
xii, 400 pages ; 23 cm
Stainback, Susan Bray, "Inclusion: A Guide for Educators" (1996). Faculty Book Gallery. 69.