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Author Rapp, Whitney H.

Title Teaching everyone : an introduction to inclusive education / by Whitney H. Rapp, Ph.D. and Katrina L. Arndt.

Published Baltimore, Md. : Paul H. Brookes Pub. Co., [2012]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Giblin Eunson  371.9 RAPP    AVAILABLE
Physical description xxvii, 370 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Machine generated contents note: I.Why Does Teaching Everyone Matter? The History of Special Education -- 1.Construction of Ability and Disability, Intersections of Ability, Race, and Gender -- Disability Throughout History -- How Race, Gender, and Disability Are Socially Constructed -- How the Social Construction of Disability Affects Education and Schooling -- Narrative 1.1 Keith Jones -- 2.History of Special Education -- Education in the United States -- The Development of Special Education -- What We Want to See -- Narrative 2.1 Larry Bissonnette -- 3.Special Education Law and Legislation -- The Road Traveled -- Narrative 3.1 Dr. David Rostetter -- Where We Stand -- Narrative 3.2 Jeannine Dingus-Eason -- Current Context and Issues -- The Trip Ahead -- II.What Does Teaching Everyone Mean? The Educator's Role and Citizenship in the Classroom -- 4.Early Intervention: Birth Through Preschool Martha Mock -- Development of Policy and Practices of Early Intervention --
Contents note continued: Narrative 4.1 Advice to Professionals Who Must "Conference Cases" -- Narrative 4.2 Letting Go -- Major Principles in Early Intervention and Early Childhood Special Education -- Summary and Future Directions -- 5.Child and Adolescent Development -- Theories of Child and Adolescent Development -- Impact of Developmental Theories in Context of School -- Development in the Context of Disability -- What Teachers Should Know About Child and Adolescent Development -- Narrative 5.1 Cady Welch -- 6.Classroom Management -- Building Community -- Classroom Management -- Special Education and Classroom Management -- Narrative 6.1 Rachel Zindler -- 7.Differentiation -- A Conceptual Framework for Successful Differentiation -- Narrative 7.1 Sam Rapp -- Differentiation of Instruction -- Narrative 7.2 Matt Giordano -- Considerations and Classroom Cases -- 8.Universal Design for Learning -- Definition of Universal Design for Learning -- Why Universal Design for Learning? --
Contents note continued: Principles of Universal Design for Learning -- Narrative 8.1 Tina Calabro -- Provide Multiple Means of Representation -- A Universal Design for Learning Classroom -- 9.Assessment -- Assessment in the Classroom -- Evaluation for Special Education -- Placement and the Individualized Education Program -- Narrative 9.1 Laura Whitcomb -- 10.Collaboration -- Collaboration Best Practices -- Home--School Collaboration -- Collaboration within the School -- Collaboration Between School and Agencies -- Narrative 10.1 Sheri Stanger -- Narrative 10.2 Colleen Brown -- 11.Transition from High School to Adult Life -- Issues -- Legislation and Processes -- Community Connections -- Narrative 11.1 Postsecondary Program Students -- III.How Will I Teach Everyone? Instructional Strategies by Content Area -- 12.Management Strategies for All Students -- Strategies for Management -- Narrative 12.1 Maggie Driscoll -- 13.Reading Strategies for All Students --
Contents note continued: Reading Instruction and Access to Instruction -- Least Dangerous Assumption -- Digital Media, Common Core State Standards, and Response to Intervention (RTI) -- Strategies for Engagement, Input, Output, and Assessment -- Narrative 13.1 Joellen Maples -- 14.Writing Strategies for All Students -- Components of Writing -- Strategies for Engagement, Input, Output, and Assessment -- 15.Social Studies Strategies for All Students -- Strategies for Teaching Social Studies to All Students -- 16.Math Strategies for All Students -- Strategies for Teaching Math to All Students -- Narrative 16.1 Michael, High School Math Teacher -- 17.Science Strategies for All Students -- Strategies for Teaching Science to All Students -- Narrative 17.1 Debra Ortenzi -- 18.Social and Communication Strategies for All Students -- Strategies for Teaching Social and Communication Skills to All Students -- Narrative 18.1 Clara Berg --
Contents note continued: 19.Working with Special Area Teachers and Related Service Professionals -- Working with Special Area Teachers -- Working with Related Service Professionals -- Narrative 19.1 Susan M. Hildenbrand.
Other author Arndt, Katrina L.
Subject Special education.
Children with disabilities -- Education.
ISBN 9781598572124 (paperback)