The Inclusive Educational setting Do special educational students benefit from the inclusive educational setting? William Thompson Multicultural Diversity March 24, 2008 Introduction : Current educational practices Special Education Classrooms -students with special needs are separated.
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Do special educational students benefit from the inclusive educational setting?
March 24, 2008
This site offers lots of information for teachers . It has several links that deal with specific strategies when working with all students in the inclusive classroom. It even has a link to for definitions regarding inclusion. I really like the drop down windows on this website.
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This is an excellent resource for parents and for teachers. The website is easy to use with several links that takes the user to other websites. The user can find information in different languages . It also has links for lessons plans for teachers, but the parents can use these lesson plans at home also. Another good item on this website is the link regarding different programs that can be visited across the United States. This would be very good for schools when wanting to start their own inclusion programs.
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education law. The sites offers training , books and dvds
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previous articles. The user will find the site easy to use.
This is a great resource for anyone interested in learning about issues that deal with special education. This would be a great resource not just for teachers but for parents as well. This particular issue dealt with inclusion.
This issue is mostly for educators interested
in learning about test performance of all
students in the inclusive educational setting.
This is an excellent article for parents and teachers alike. The article describes the benefits of inclusion when inclusion is correctly administered.