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Teaching Strategies for Inclusive Classrooms



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Teaching Strategies for Inclusive Classrooms by Mary W. Schmidt
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This text aims to provide both experienced and student teachers with strategies to facilitate the learning of children with disabilities within the context of regular education. Basic information regarding special education laws and policies is outlined. However, this text emphasizes specific academic and social needs that children with disabilities may have, rather than stressing the cause of the disability itself. Teaching methods such as co-operative learning, cognitive learning strategies and multi-age peer teaching are explained.

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The school; legal issues - access and equity; collaboration in schools; student diversity in the classroom; learning characteristics of students with exceptionalities; classroom and behaviour management - preventive techniques; classroom and behaviour management - intervention techniques; co-operative learning; learning strategies; strategies for teaching reading; strategies for co-operative teaching; assessment for student learning; application in content areas.
Release date NZ
January 31st, 1998
Country of Publication
United States
Wadsworth Publishing Co Inc
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