TEACHING IN INCLUSIVE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENTS 2E

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This second edition of Teaching in Inclusive School Environments provides pre-service and new in-service teachers with content that will help them understand inclusive classrooms, and strategies that will cater for a diversity of student needs. It co...

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  • ISBN: 9781921333828
  • Author: Roselyn Dixon, Stuart Woodcock, Kathleen Tanner, Leanne Woodley, Amanda Webster
  • Publication Date: 2018
  • Publisher: David Barlow
  • Product Type: Textbook
  • Format: Paperback
  • Edition: Second
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TEACHING IN INCLUSIVE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENTS 2E

This second edition of Teaching in Inclusive School Environments provides pre-service and new in-service teachers with content that will help them understand inclusive classrooms, and strategies that will cater for a diversity of student needs. It considers teaching in early childhood, primary, and secondary settings.

Rather than focussing on discrete cohorts of students this second edition considers inclusive classrooms and practices within a more diverse population. Chapters include an historical overview, anti-discrimination legislation and educational policy directives and theoretical aspects of inclusion. Inclusive practice at a classroom and whole school is considered in the context of Universal Design for Learning. Carol Tomlinson’s model of differentiation is presented within the framework of UDL and Understanding by Design and a case study is used to demonstrate theory to practice.

Key challenges for students (and teachers and parents alike) regarding inclusion are addressed. Two academic fundamentals within education are literacy and numeracy. This second edition looks at ways to support students who experience learning difficulties within the areas of literacy and numeracy and includes evidence-based strategies that are inclusive of all students within the classroom. Then the importance of social and emotional development is highlighted as these areas are vital for inclusive classrooms.

Finally, this second edition concludes with a discussion of how to create an inclusive school environment.

Content
An historical introduction to inclusive education
Policies and legislation that support inclusion
Inclusion today
Introduction to differentiation
Universal design for learning – planning for all
Theory into practice – UDL, UBD and differentiation
Transition: into, between and out of schools for students with extra support needs
Literacy and numeracy difficulties
Social and emotional learning
Creating an inclusive school environment
Index

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