The authors of Students with Special Needs in General Education have a breadth of experience in teaching the Inclusion course and in facilitating in-service workshops. These experiences have emphasized again and again that whether you are a classroom teacher or a special educator, practical strategies are absolutely necessary to teaching inclusively. Students with Special Needs in General Education provides preservice teachers with the knowledge and tools they will need to meet the challenge of effectively teaching all students. To this end, the book takes the most current research on instructional strategies and puts these into action through teaching tips, case snapshots, and glimpses into the real world of the classroom. Each chapter has between 8 – 15 classroom application activities – the most of any book in the market. By using the Lerner/ Johns text, every professor should be confident that by the end of the course, their Inclusion students will have knowledge of strategies that will work in a whole host of classrooms. No matter what discipline, grade level, or role they go on to play, Lerner/Johns has you covered.
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