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📒Themes For Inclusive Classrooms ✍ Diana Nabors
📝Themes for Inclusive Classrooms Book Synopsis : This is the perfect book for teachers who have typically developing young children ages 3-6, as well as children with special needs in their classrooms. Each lesson plan features objectives, a materials list, a circle or group time activity, assessment strategies, accommodations/modifications, and curriculum connections. The curriculum connections expand the children's learning into many areas, such as social studies, art, literacy, science, and music. The modifications and accommodations make the lesson plans accessible for all children, including those with: Autism Spectrum Disorder Speech or language impairments Hearing impairments Visual Impairments ADHD Cognitive and/or developmental delays Emotional disturbances Orthopedic impairments By using the lesson plans in Themes for Inclusive Classrooms, teachers can meet the needs and interests of all the children in their classrooms with a balance of child-initiated and teacher-directed activities.
📒Inclusive Lesson Plans Throughout The Year ✍ Laverne Warner
📝Inclusive Lesson Plans Throughout the Year Book Synopsis : Inclusive Lesson Plans Throughout the Year has over 150 lesson plans for teachers who have children with special needs in their early childhood classrooms. Perfect for both beginning teachers and veteran teachers, Inclusive Lesson Plans Throughout the Year helps new teachers develop plans for each day and provides veteran teachers with new ideas and approaches to add spark to their classroom teaching. The first chapter provides information on planning for children's needs, best practices, the learning environment, and planning instructions. The lesson plans in the subsequent chapters are organized by theme and follow a typical school year, offering teachers a plan appropriate for all children. Each lesson plan is complete with learning objectives, the lesson, a review, materials list, directions for preparation, an assessment component, extension activities to connect the lesson to different areas of the curriculum, and adaptations or modifications for children with a variety of special needs. Each lesson plan has accommodations or modifications for children with: • Autism Spectrum Disorder • Speech and language impairments • Visual impairments • Hearing impairments • Orthopedic impairments • ADHD • Cognitive and/or developmental delays • Emotional disturbances
📒Inclusion And Diversity In Education ✍ Peter Hick
📝Inclusion and Diversity in Education Book Synopsis : This 4-volume set brings together seminal articles and key writings on the theme of inclusion and diversity in education. The collection takes disability and special educational need as a starting point from which to develop a broader focus on a range of themes relating to learners who may be marginalised from educational opportunities. This includes for example members of minority ethnic communities, students excluded from schools or who are 'looked after' in public care, and other dimensions of exclusion arising from social class, gender or sexuality. The starting point for understanding inclusive education lies in social justice perspectives, and this forms the basis for the first volume. Volumes two and three focus on research aimed at developing more inclusive practices both at the levels of schools and school systems, and at the levels of inclusive pedagogy, enacted in the classroom and through the curriculum.Volume four reflects the range of voices in research on inclusive education, drawing on traditionally marginalised voices and those of learners in particular. Three cross-cutting themes are represented across all four volumes: a chronological approach, showing how key concepts and perspectives have developed in each area of the literature; identified groups of learners; developing more nuanced readings of how processes of exclusion and inclusion intersect dimensions such as disability, class and race; and, contexts for learning - such as urban education and global or comparative perspectives.
📒41 Active Learning Strategies For The Inclusive Classroom Grades 6 12 ✍ Diane Casale-Giannola
📝41 Active Learning Strategies for the Inclusive Classroom Grades 6 12 Book Synopsis : Keys to engaging secondary students Research shows that all students—regardless of learning style, disability category, or language difference—learn more effectively when they are engaged in active learning. This book shows teachers how to help all students achieve positive learning outcomes. The authors provide a compilation of strategies that serve as blueprints for instructional design and directions for using them across a variety of content areas. The many benefits of active learning include: A more engaged and interactive classroom Increased self-directed learning Development of higher-order thinking skills such as analysis, synthesis, evaluation Improved reading, discussion, and writing competencies
📒Differentiating Instruction With Centers In The Inclusive Classroom ✍ Laverne Warner
📝Differentiating Instruction With Centers in the Inclusive Classroom Book Synopsis : Planning and organizing differentiated activities for the inclusive classroom is a challenge for any teacher, whether novice or experienced. "Differentiating Instruction With Centers in the Inclusive Classroom" helps primary teachers create exciting and motivating classroom centers that are perfect for learners of all ability levels. The easy-to-set-up centers in this book teach children social skills and also help them practice important academic skills. Each center is designed to be adapted to prekindergarten through second grade inclusion classrooms. Themes covered in the centers include archaeology, camping, farms and farm supply, amusement parks, offices, a travel agency, and many more. The book also describes inexpensive approaches to preparing and storing centers from year to year and provides assessment and observation forms for teacher use.
📒Special Educational Needs And Inclusive Education Inclusive Education ✍ David R. Mitchell
📝Special Educational Needs and Inclusive Education Inclusive education Book Synopsis : Demonstrates how the fields of special education and inclusive education have evolved philosophically and technically over the past 30 years.
📒Inclusive High Schools ✍ Douglas Fisher
📝Inclusive High Schools Book Synopsis : Addressing both process and outcome, this book provides a framework for developing inclusive high schools by taking detailed account of high schools that have struggled, strategized, and ultimately achieved success. Themes discussed include: building crucial school-based relationships developing support strategies communicating responsibilities preparing for the classroom establishing continuity planning lessons and adapting curricula redistributing school resources High school teachers, administrators, university faculty, and parents will recognize the common challenges in adopting inclusive practices and find proven strategies that can be used as starting points for solutions.
📒Teacher Collaboration And Talk In Multilingual Classrooms ✍ Angela Creese
📝Teacher Collaboration and Talk in Multilingual Classrooms Book Synopsis : This volume looks at the interactions of collaborating teachers in multilingual classrooms and how these impact on what counts as knowledge in the secondary school classroom. It also looks at how policy statements and ideologies around multilingualism position teachers and learners in particular ways. A linguistic ethnographic approach is taken in the study, which considers the discourses of whole class and small group teaching and learning. Chapters consider the relation between different languages, different pedagogues and different teacher identities in the secondary school classroom. The book documents how a policy of inclusion is played out in practice.
📒Inclusive Teaching Presence In The Classroom ✍ Cornell Thomas
📝Inclusive Teaching Presence in the Classroom Book Synopsis : In this volume, the authors focus on the importance of inclusive teaching and the role faculty can play in helping students achieve, though not necessarily in the same way. To teach with a focus on inclusion means to believe that every person has the ability to learn. It means that most individuals want to learn, to improve their ability to better understand the world in which they live, and to be able to navigate their pathways of life. This volume includes the following topics: • best practices for teaching students with social, economic, gender, or ethnic differences • adjustments to the teaching and learning process to focus on inclusion • strategies for teaching that help learners connect what they know with the information presented • environments that maximize learners’ academic and social growth. The premise of inclusive teaching works to demonstrate that all people can and do learn. Educators and administrators can incorporate the techniques of inclusive learning and help learners retain more information. This is the 140th volume of the quarterly Jossey-Bass higher education series New Directions for Teaching and Learning. It offers a comprehensive range of ideas and techniques for improving college teaching based on the experience of seasoned instructors and the latest findings of educational and psychological researchers.
📒Faithful Education ✍ Amy Lynn Dee
📝Faithful Education Book Synopsis : This book presents nine biblical themes in essays authored by veteran educators who surprise and affirm readers with personal accounts of how these themes shaped their practice in education. Culture, faith, and praxis often inform one another, and in an era of increased scrutiny and criticism of education, educators hold tremendous power in shaping the education of students by incorporating these values into daily practice. A cycle of improvement follows purposeful attention to biblical principles, and provides educators with the means to reclaim and reshape our profession. When teachers are willing to examine their practice in light of biblical themes and values, learning becomes meaningful and lasting. Often that learning goes beyond the formal educational process. Educators serve as role models, and the experiences we provide for our students shape who they become and how they view life. A faithful educator encourages positive dispositions of the heart, mind, and spirit. The charge and responsibility of developing the hearts, minds, and spirits of those who enter our classrooms, and the magnitude of the call to teach these students, requires faithful recognition of these biblical themes. Contributors: Patrick Allen, Terah R. Moore, Shary Wortman, Marc Shelton, Gary M. Kilburg, Ginny D. Birky, Ken Badley, and Rebecca A. Addleman