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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Michelle LaRocque; Sharon M Darling
|Description:||xii, 419 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||CHAPTER 1: RATIONALE FOR A BLENDED EDUCATION Vignette Introduction Overview of Inclusion Rationale for Inclusion or Blended Service Delivery Federal Laws That Support Inclusion Overview of National Organizations Support for Inclusion Summary Chapter 2: Overview of Young Children with Exceptional Needs Vignettes Introduction Young children with special needs in public schools Developmental delay Learning or behavioral characteristics High and Low Incidence Disabilities Service delivery options Natural/least restrictive environment The process Referral The IEP Team The IEP Changing roles of families Changing needs of young children with disabilities Curricula Implications Summary CHAPTER 3: CONSTRUCTIVISM IN EARLY CHILDHOOD Vignette Introduction Components of Constructivist Practice More on Strands of Constructivism Some Theoretical Views on Application What is constructivism and what is it not Constructivism and other pedagogies Classroom examples Summary CHAPTER 4: Organizing the Inclusive Classroom for Grades K-3. Vignette Introduction Collaborative Planning for Classroom Organization Assessing the Physical Environment as a Collaborative Team The K-3 Child in the Classroom Environment Organizing Areas Within the class Seating Arrangements Room Format Designing Environments That Will Accommodate a Wide Range of Children. The Auditory Environment Creating a Positive Visual Environment in the Inclusive Class Organizing or Optimizing Cultural Diversity Developing rules and routines Playground/Recess Scheduling Summary CHAPTER 5: POSITIVE BEHAVIORAL SUPPORTS IN THE CLASSROOM Vignette Introduction Why challenging behavior may occur Academic-Behavior Connection What can be done to prevent behavior When challenging behaviors occur Discipline and IDEA Summary Chapter 6: Relationships In and Outside the inclusive Classroom vignette Introduction Children first Relationships Friendships Students with disabilities Social Development Peer Based Strategies Parent/caregiver Family Systems Involvement of fathers Parent-professional collaboration Classroom application tips for working with paraeducators Collaborations Special issues Cultural Linguistic Diversity Summary Chapter 7: Understanding Early Literacy Learning IN THE Inclusive classroom Vignette Introduction Constructing knowledge in reading Language as a Process: The Centrality of Oral Language Language Learning Reading Process Skills Common Views of Literacy Instruction Differentiating instruction in reading What is reading? Principles of literacy learning Thinking about instruction Initiating the analytic cycle Gathering information Concepts about print Assessing sight vocabulary Evaluating Information Generating hypotheses Teaching Instructional Activities Summary CHAPTER 8: Understanding Early Writing IN THE Inclusive classroom Vignette Introduction Constructing knowledge in writing Where are Children: The Origins of Writing Writing Process skills Emergent literacy Developing schema Concepts about print Conventions of print Developing literacy Written language principles Early attempts at writing Authentic writing Meaningful opportunities Letter and word study Writing process Differentiating instruction in writing The reading-writing connection Summary CHAPTER 9: Mathematics in the INclusive Classroom Vignette Introduction to math Learning and teaching math Differentiating instruction in math Mathematical discourse Constructing knowledge in math Developmental strategies for addition and subtraction Math process skills Developing probabilistic and statistical thinking Math and children,s literature Manipulatives and games Summary CHAPTER 10: Science in the Inclusive Classroom Vignette Introduction Constructing knowledge in science The Role of Science Education in the Elementary Classroom Science standard themes Science process skills Integrating science throughout the curriculum Differentiating instruction in science Performance-based assessments in science Sample Science Activities with Modifications Summary CHAPTER 11: SOCIAL STUDIES IN THE INCLUSIVE CLASSROOM Vignette Introduction Constructing knowledge in social science Social studies process skills Plural perspectives Differentiating instruction in social studies Multiple intelligences and social studies The diverse learner and social studies Lesson/unit planning and social studies Children,s literature and social studies Integrating social studies throughout the curriculum Summary CHAPTER 12: INTEGRATING ART AND MUSIC IN THE INCLUSIVE CLASSROOM Vignette Introduction Constructing knowledge in the arts Arts Integration Practices Arts process skills Integrating the arts Differentiating instruction in the arts Summary|
|Responsibility:||Michelle LaRocque, Sharon M. Darling.|
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