7 Effective Strategies For Secondary Inclusion
Catalogue Number: 981084
Producer: National Professional Resources
Subject: Professional Development
Grade Level: Educators
Country Of Origin: U.S.
Copyright Year: 2006
Running Time: 45
These two legislative actions have a tremendous impact on teachers, schools, families and, most importantly, secondary students with disabilities. Furthermore, they make it essential for secondary teachers to know what is working in effective, inclusive schools across the country.
This video/DVD features Dr. Lisa Dieker, Associate Professor, author and nationally acclaimed teacher trainer, whose work over the last 15 years has focused on two aspects of inclusion of secondary students with middle to moderate disabilities: 1) The philosophy, structure, climate and instruction in secondary schools that are embracing the needs of students with disabilities in inclusive settings 2) The role of effective teams of teachers in co-teaching secondary environments at the middle and high school level.
This exciting and practical video is specifically designed for those educators who are either developing or currently working to include students with mild to moderate disabilities in secondary classrooms.
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