Our changing society ensures that today's classrooms are inclusive -- whether formally designated as such or not. Based on this premise, Bauer and Shea have designed a textbook that empowers teachers to hone their own critical thinking skills and helps them-- assess classroom environments and situations-- develop and implement effective inclusion strategies-- respond to students' diverse education needs-- promote the active participation of all students in the learning communityEducators will find an introduction to inclusive environments and services as well as a discussion of current school and classroom management issues. Each chapter details learning objectives and key terminology and ends with a summary, self-evaluation quiz, language exercise, and application activities. With figures and case examples from inclusive programs, this encouraging guide shows teachers and teachers-in-training how to actively involve students, parents, and caregivers in the learning community.
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