Inclusive Classrooms in Ontario Schools, 1st edition

  • Nancy L. Hutchinson
  • Andrea Martin

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Overview

Inclusive Classrooms in Ontario Schools teaches you how to survive and thrive on the challenges of including exceptional learners.

 

Inclusive Classrooms in Ontario Schools provides fundamental background knowledge about exceptional education and instructional approaches that emphasize teaching all students effectively regardless of their exceptionality or special education needs. Its research-based approach will challenge your assumptions about including exceptional students in the classroom.

            The text’s practical approach provides an extensive listing of Canadian books, websites, and programs to help you locate resources and experts and presents the information, skills, and strategies the authors have seen effective teachings using in inclusive classrooms. Features such as “Focus Boxes” and “Theory and Research Highlights in Educational Psychology” connect you directly to current Canadian research and techniques being used in real Ontario classrooms.

Table of contents

Preface

 

Chapter 1: Special Education in Ontario: Where Are We Now?

Chapter 2: The Educator’s Role as Teacher and Collaborator

Chapter 3: Exceptional Students: High-Incidence Exceptionalities

Chapter 4: Exceptional Students: Low-Incidence Exceptionalities, Physical Exceptionalities, and Chronic Health Conditions

Chapter 5: Differentiating Teaching

Chapter 6: Adapting Assessment and Using Assessment to Differentiate Teaching

Chapter 7: Climate, Community, and Classroom Management

Chapter 8: Enhancing Social Relations

 

Conclusion

Glossary

References

Index

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Published by Pearson Canada (February 15th 2011) - Copyright © 2012