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The Inclusion Toolkit

By (author) Sarah H. Herbert
Format: Hardback
Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd, London, United Kingdom
Published: 10th Aug 2011
Dimensions: w 210mm h 297mm d 13mm
Weight: 548g
ISBN-10: 1849207593
ISBN-13: 9781849207591
Barcode No: 9781849207591
Synopsis
With downloadable electronic resources Are you looking for ways to make your classroom more inclusive to children with learning difficulties? The practical strategies suggested in this book are supported by current research into effective teaching and learning, and the author shows you how inclusion friendly teaching could look in your classroom. The book is aimed at the teacher who wishes to respond to the diversity of learning needs of children that are placed within their mainstream classroom, without teaching each child differently. The advice given for teaching all learners aged 7 to 14 will help you ensure that you are providing well for all your learners that only a very few will need substantially different support. Rather than focussing on the differences between learners, the common strategies that will enhance the learning of all, based on the common concerns of class teachers working with pupils who have Special Educational Needs, are identified. Structured around the three areas of memory, motivation, and communication which are key to addressing inclusion friendly teaching, the book covers: - the memory friendly classroom - the motivation friendly classroom - the communication-friendly classroom Ideal for all classroom teachers working with children aged 7 to 14, and with plenty of supporting material available to download from the SAGE website, which works in tandem with each chapter of the book, this toolkit will make inclusive teaching a reality.

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'A useful text, particularly for those that are new to teaching or new to SEN in school.' - Jo Winwood, Subject Leader, Special Needs and Inclusion Studies, University of Wolverhampton