Handbook of effective inclusive schools : research and practice
- edited by James McLeskey, Nancy L. Waldron, Fred Spooner, and Bob Algozzine.
- New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2014.
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- x, 553 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
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- McLeskey, James, 1949-
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- I. Organizational and Systemic Perspectives on Effective Inclusive Schools Brief Introduction/Overview--Nancy L. Waldron & Bob Algozzine (Section Editors) What are effective inclusive schools and why are they important? McLeskey, Waldron, Spooner, & Algozzine, B. What are qualities of effective inclusive schools? Hoppey and McLeskey How do schools become effective and inclusive? Causton and George Theoharis How does professional development improve teacher practice in inclusive schools? M. Leko & Roberts How can teacher education improve effective inclusive schools? Sindelar, Adams, & C. Leko What are roles of principals in inclusive schools? Billingsley & McLeskey What are roles of general and special educators in inclusive schools? McCray, Butler, & Bettini What are the roles of paraprofessionals in inclusive schools? McDonnell & Jameson What are the roles of related service personnel in inclusive schools? Joyce & Welsh What are high quality instruction and support in high need and culturally diverse schools? Kozleski, Artiles, & Skrtic What is high quality instruction for English Language Learners in inclusive schools? Correa & Miller How are data systems used in inclusive schools? Waldron, Coleman, & McLeskey How is technology used to support instruction in inclusive schools? Edyburn & Howery II. Effective Inclusive Schools for Students with High Incidence Disabilities Brief Introduction/Overview--Bob Algozzine & James McLeskey (Section Editors) Multi-tiered system of supports for inclusive schools Batsche Multi-tiered system of supports for effective inclusion in elementary schools Cusumano, Algozzine, K., & Algozzine, B. Multi-tiered system of supports for effective inclusion in secondary schools Johnson & Mellard Effective literacy instruction in inclusive schools Harn, Fritz, & Berg Effective writing instruction in inclusive schools Mason & Benedek-Wood Effective mathematics instruction in inclusive schools Griffin, Jossi, & van Garderen Supporting team problem solving in inclusive schools Newton, Todd, Algozzine, B., Algozzine, K., Horner, & Cusumano Effective inclusive schools and the co-teaching conundrum Murawski & Goodwin Delivering high quality school-wide positive behavior support in inclusive schools Sugai, Simonsen, Bradshaw, Horner & Lewis High school inclusion for the 21st century Ehren & Little III. Effective Inclusive Schools for Students with Severe Disabilities Brief Introduction/Overview Fred Spooner & Nancy L. Waldron (Section Editors)
- 24. Using principles of high quality instruction in the general education classroom to provide access to the general education curriculum Browder, Hudson, & Wood
- 25. Providing effective instruction in core content areas (literacy, mathematics, science, and social studies) in inclusive schools Courtade, Jimenez, & Delano
- 26. Delivering alternate assessment and student progress monitoring in inclusive schools Wakeman, Flowers, & Browder
- 27. Peer support interventions to support inclusive schools Carter, Asmus, & Moss
- 28. Collaboration and teaming in effective inclusive schools Ryndak, Lehr, Ward, & DeBevoise
- 29. Supporting students with behavioral challenges in inclusive schools Anderson & Rodriguez
- 30. Self-determination and inclusive schools Wehmeyer
- 31. Supporting life skills and transition instruction in inclusive schools Test, Cease-Cook, Bartholomew, & Scroggins IV. Supporting Effective Inclusive Schools: Emerging Trends and Future Directions Brief Introduction/Overview--James McLeskey & Fred Spooner (Section Editors)
- 32. What technology trends could significantly alter the future of special education? Edyburn
- 33. What are emerging trends and future directions in effective inclusive schools for students with high incidence disabilities? Obiakor, Utley, Banks, & Algozzine, B.
- 34. What are emerging trends and future directions in effective inclusive elementary schools for students with extensive support needs? Mitchiner, McCart, Kozleski, Sweeney, & Sailor
- 35. What are emerging trends and future directions in inclusive secondary schools? Wehman, Schall, Carr, Targett, & West
- 36. International perspectives: What can be known about effective inclusive schools? Florian & Rouse
- 37. What are emerging trends and perspectives on inclusive schools in Italy? Nota, Soresi, & Ferrari.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Over the last decade, the educational context for students with disabilities has significantly changed primarily as a result of mandates contained in NCLB and IDEA. The purpose of this book is to summarize the research literature regarding how students might be provided classrooms and schools that are both inclusive and effective. Inclusive schools are defined as places where students with disabilities are valued and active participants in academic and social activities and are given supports that help them succeed. Effectiveness is addressed within the current movement toward multi-tiered systems of support and evidence-based practices that meet the demands of high-stakes accountability.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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