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Inclusion in action / edited by Phil Foreman & Michael Arthur-Kelly.
Activation code not available for Library’s N copy ; see publisher website (https://cengage.com.au/) Part A: Inclusive Environments. 1. Introducing inclusion in education -- 2. Legislation, policies and inclusive practices -- 3. Practicing inclusion in diverse school communities -- Part B: Inclusive Teaching and Learning Practices. 4. Curriculum, learning, teaching and assessment adjustments -- 5. Planning effective teaching strategies -- 6. Encouraging positive interactions -- Part C: Strategies to Support Inclusive Teaching. 7. Developing communication skills -- 8. Understanding and supporting literacy competence -- 9. Understanding and supporting numeracy competence -- Part D: Inclusion Across the School Years. 10. Inclusion in early childhood -- 11. Inclusion in primary schools -- 12. Secondary school inclusion and transition to life after school. How can classroom teachers effectively differentiate learning and teaching programs to provide for the needs of every student in their class? This best-selling text begins by asking “Why include all students?” in regular classrooms and then shows how this can be done. It outlines the philosophy of inclusive education and focuses on the use of individualised planning and effective teaching practices to maximise learning outcomes within positive and productive environments. Vignettes and narratives provide real-life examples that help put the theory in context. Whilst retaining a strong focus on understanding issues related to disability, this new edition now treats diversity from a broader perspective. Throughout, it emphasizes a practical, research-based approach to teaching that can be applied to support students with a range of differences and additional needs. How can classroom teachers effectively differentiate learning and teaching programs to provide for the needs of every student in their class? This best-selling text begins by asking Why include all students? in regular classrooms and then shows how this can be done. Includes bibliographical references and index. How can classroom teachers effectively differentiate learning and teaching programs to provide for the needs of every student in their class? This best-selling text begins by asking “Why include all students?” in regular classrooms and then shows how this can be done. It outlines the philosophy of inclusive education and focuses on the use of individualised planning and effective teaching practices to maximise learning outcomes within positive and productive environments. Vignettes and narratives provide real-life examples that help put the theory in context. Whilst retaining a strong focus on understanding issues related to disability, this new edition now treats diversity from a broader perspective. Throughout, it emphasizes a practical, research-based approach to teaching that can be applied to support students with a range of differences and additional needs. How can classroom teachers effectively differentiate learning and teaching programs to provide for the needs of every student in their class? This best-selling text begins by asking Why include all students? in regular classrooms and then shows how this can be done.