Essay on The Inclusion : A Fresh Look Book

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Practical Strategies to Help All Students Succeed

Layout/Format of the Book The Inclusion: A Fresh Look book is a very well organized and structured academic resource for all demographics in school settings. The book is split into eleven broadly named chapters and each chapter has a small number of main topics. Each main topics is organized into a variety of subtopics that relate directly to the main topic. The little sections within give an abundant amount of resources that lay out exactly how to go about structuring and organizing the way Inclusion can be involved. For example, a topic will first discuss what it is all about and moves onto a step process to spell out how to go about the topic, followed by example tests/quiz. This book is very interactive.
Inclusion provides a child’s right to participate fully in the general curriculum. The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is a federal law that requires schools to serve the educational needs of eligible students with disabilities. The goal is to provide the service within the general classroom setting with peers. This idea of belonging goes beyond the classroom walls to parents and resources in the community itself. It is a supportive, caring learning community in which every student feels accepted and where mutual on-going in-service occurs among teachers to help students succeed. The first chapter has a True/False quiz available that assesses current information on several…

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