Teaching Students in Inclusive Settings: From Theory to Practice


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This book provides information for teachers to use when including students with disabilities in general education schools and classrooms. The book takes a practical approach while being grounded in a sound theoretical base. This book provides theory with a lot of practical " how to" information, focuses on methods for students with mild, moderate and severe disabilities at all grade levels, and contains examples that are based on real-life applications of how educators from all disciplines have used these methods. In addition, the book includes vignettes that enhance understanding of concepts by providing examples.

Title: Teaching Students in Inclusive Settings: From Theory to Practice

Author Name: Bradley, Dianne F.; King-Sears, Margaret E.; Tessier-Switlick, Diane M.

Categories: Administration,

Publisher: Allyn & Bacon: 1996-11-05

ISBN Number: 0205167039

ISBN Number 13: 9780205167036

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Used: Very Good

Type: Paperback

Seller ID: 064553

Description: Book in nice condition showing some minimal wear to corners from usage. There are a number of pages throughout with yellow highlighting but overall a clean and tight book. Ships same or next day.