Synopses & Reviews
Middle school teachers and administrators--finally you'll have all the information you need to practice inclusive education successfully! In this issues-focused, easy-to-read book, you'll meet a diverse range of middle school teachers and see what works in their classrooms. You'll get practical, research-based inclusion strategies for both urban and suburban school settings, with a focus on accommodating students with severe disabilities. Each chapter covers a key to successful inclusion, including collaboration, differentiated instruction, behavior management, and modifying the core curriculum to allow all students to fully belong and achieve in the classroom. This positive, upbeat handbook will inspire you to make inclusion work in your middle school.
Containing detailed daily care guidelines and emergency-response techniques, this second edition includes information on working with a range of students, including those who have HIV infection, rely on ventilators, utilize tube feeding, or require catheterization. Reviewed by experts across the country to ensure accuracy and usability, this hands-on reference helps schools nurses, teachers, parents, school administrators, and health aides provide crucial care and support.