The Inclusive Classroom

The Inclusive Classroom

Educating Exceptional Children

Book - 2000
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Today's classrooms are a microcosm of Canadian Society, a vibrant community of individuals with varied backgrounds, abilities, difficulties, goals and needs. Teachers need specific tools, skills and knowledge to meet the challenge presented by the inclusive classroom. By providing a comprehensive overview of inclusion, from its historical roots through the theory behind the practice to practical classroom strategies for implementation, the second edition of The Inclusive Classroom gives the reader the knowledge to offer this diversity of students the teaching, encouragement, and guidance they need. Professionals working in the field have contributed their insights, and these are just some of the provocative issues they cover:Teaching children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorderDealing with bullies at schoolThe inclusion of students with autismsocial development of highly able studentsspeech and language therapy in the schoolsmanaging behaviour in the classroominclusion of children with moderate to severe mental challengeseducational response to poverty
Publisher: Scarborough, Ont. : Nelson Thomson Learning, c2000
Edition: 2nd ed
ISBN: 9780176073527
Branch Call Number: 371.9046 AND
Characteristics: xxii, 561 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
Additional Contributors: Lupart, Judy Lee


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