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Inclusion in Action: Practical Strategies to Modify Your Curriculum Paperback – April 3 2018
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Nicole Eredicsis an educator who advocates for the inclusion of students with disabilities in the general education classroom. She draws upon her years of experience as a full inclusion teacher to write, speak, and consult on the topic of inclusive education to various local and national organizations. Nicole uses her unique insight and knowledge to provide practical strategies for fully including and instructing students of all abilities in the classroom. You can follow Nicole online through her popular blog The Inclusive Class.
- Publisher : Brookes Publishing; 1st edition (April 3 2018)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 208 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1681252244
- ISBN-13 : 978-1681252247
- Item weight : 454 g
- Dimensions : 21.59 x 27.94 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: #207,305 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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More importantly, Nicole looks at Inclusive Schools not just as a means for students with disabilities but their community as well. It isn't just the appearance of inclusion, but providing messages of welcoming to families who may speak another language or the service providers who help students get to school and access school. Making the message of inclusive schools not just end at the school yard, but remembering that the community is where the students will eventually take their place, that the school is only one of the gateways there.
By far is the best part of the book with over 40 different examples of how to modify work for students of all abilities. From basic Yes/No questions to looking at more than just "crossing out" work.
Nicole's book is great for all teachers--even general education teachers, administrators, and paraeducators. Inclusion, through "Inclusion in Action" is achievable for anyone, and can enrich the community of a campus and the students it serves.
I thought this author did an amazing job at presenting the case and background for inclusion practices in the classroom. Then she follows this narrative with workbook-type examples that make implementation of the theory easy. It's incredibly important and helpful.