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1. Comparing Inclusion in the Secondary Vocational and Academic Classrooms: strengths, needs, and recommendations.

CASALE-GIANNOLA, DIANE

In: American Secondary Education; Spring2012, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p26-42, 17p, 3 Charts

  • SPECIAL needs students
  • EDUCATION
  • CAREER education
  • TECHNICAL education
  • INCLUSIVE education
  • ACTIVE learning
  • TEACHING methods

STUDENTS with disabilities

TEACHING teams


2. Efficacy and Social Validity of Peer Support Arrangements for Adolescents With Disabilities.

CARTER, ERIK W., MOSS, COLLEEN K., HOFFMAN, ALICIA, CHUNG, YUN-CHING, SISCO, LYNN

In: Exceptional Children; Fall2011, Vol. 78 Issue 1, p107-125, 19p

  • STUDENTS with disabilities
  • INCLUSIVE education
  • SELF-efficacy in students
  • STUDENTS -- Services for
  • SECONDARY education -- Research
  • EDUCATION -- Social aspects

3. Inclusion and the Law.

TAYLOR, KELLEY R.

In: Education Digest; May2011, Vol. 76 Issue 9, p48-51, 4p

  • STUDENTS with disabilities -- Legal status, laws, etc.
  • ANTI-bias curriculum
  • INDIVIDUALIZED education programs
  • SPECIAL needs students
  • INCLUSIVE education
  • SPECIAL education -- Law & legislation
  • EDUCATIONAL law & legislation -- United States
  • UNITED States

4. Inclusion in Mexico: ensuring supportive attitudes by newly graduated teachers.

Forlin, Chris, Cedillo, Ismael García, Romero-Contreras, Silvia, Fletcher, Todd, Hernández, Humberto Javier Rodríguez

In: International Journal of Inclusive Education; Nov2010, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p723-739, 17p, 2 Charts

  • TEACHER education
  • SPECIAL education
  • INCLUSIVE education
  • MIXED ability grouping (Education)
  • CURRICULA (Courses of study)

5. Inclusive education and the No Child Left Behind Act: resisting entrenchment.

Hulgin, Kathleen Maria, Drake, Bob M.

In: International Journal of Inclusive Education; May2011, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p389-404, 16p

  • INCLUSIVE education
  • CONSTITUTIONAL entrenchment
  • SOCIAL forces
  • CONSTRUCTIVISM (Education)
  • UNITED States

6. Influence of teacher preparation programmes on preservice teachers' attitudes toward inclusion.

Ji-Ryun Kim

In: International Journal of Inclusive Education; Apr2011, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p355-377, 23p, 2 Diagrams, 7 Charts, 1 Graph

  • TEACHER education
  • STUDENT teachers -- Attitudes
  • INCLUSIVE education
  • TEACHER educators -- Training of
  • SPECIAL education
  • GENERAL education

7. Interventions in general education for students with disabilities: a systematic review.

Reichrath, Enid, de Witte, Luc P., Winkens, Ieke

In: International Journal of Inclusive Education; Sep2010, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p563-580, 18p, 6 Charts

  • STUDENTS with disabilities
  • GENERAL education
  • RESPONSE to intervention (Education)
  • EDUCATIONAL diagnosis
  • LEARNING disabilities
  • READING
  • INCLUSIVE education
  • EDUCATIONAL intervention
  • SPECIAL education

8. Moving towards an educational policy for inclusion? Main reform stages in the development of the Norwegian unitary school system.

Nilsen, Sven

In: International Journal of Inclusive Education; Aug2010, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p479-497, 19p

  • EDUCATION & state
  • INCLUSIVE education
  • SCHOOL children
  • SCHOOL districts
  • HOME & school
  • SPECIAL education
  • QUALITY control
  • RIGHT to education
  • NORWAY

9. Physical Educators and School Counselors Collaborating to Foster Successful Inclusion of Students with Disabilities.

Webb, Daniel, Webb, Tammy T., Fults-McMurtery, Regina

In: Physical Educator; Fall2011, Vol. 68 Issue 3, p124-129, 6p

  • PHYSICAL education for children with disabilities
  • PHYSICAL education for people with disabilities
  • CHILDREN with disabilities -- Education
  • PHYSICAL education for children
  • STUDENTS with disabilities -- Legal status, laws, etc.
  • INCLUSIVE education
  • MAINSTREAMING in education
  • EDUCATIONAL law & legislation

10. Problems of the Education and Inclusion of People with Disabilities.

Khudorenko, E. A.

In: Russian Education & Society; Dec2011, Vol. 53 Issue 12, p82-91, 10p, 1 Diagram

  • INCLUSIVE education
  • PEOPLE with disabilities -- Education (Higher)
  • HIGHER education
  • RUSSIA (Federation)
  • WORLD Health Organization
  • EUROPEAN Union

11. Regular primary schoolteachers' attitudes towards inclusive education: a review of the literature.

de Boer, Anke, Pijl, Sip Jan, Minnaert, Alexander

In: International Journal of Inclusive Education; Apr2011, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p331-353, 23p, 1 Diagram, 3 Charts

  • TEACHERS -- Attitudes
  • INCLUSIVE education
  • CHILDREN with disabilities -- Education
  • STUDENT participation
  • PRIMARY education
  • EDUCATIONAL change

12. Teacher preparation for inclusive education: increasing knowledge but raising concerns.

Forlin, Chris, Chambers, Dianne

In: Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education; Feb2011, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p17-32, 16p Charts

  • INCLUSIVE education
  • STUDENT teachers -- Training of
  • STUDENTS with disabilities
  • EDUCATION
  • TEACHER effectiveness
  • ACTIVITY programs in special education

13. The Education for All and inclusive education debate: conflict, contradiction or opportunity?

Miles, Susie, Singal, Nidhi

In: International Journal of Inclusive Education; Feb2010, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p1-15, 15p

  • MAINSTREAMING in education
  • INCLUSIVE education
  • SPECIAL education
  • CHILDREN with disabilities -- Education
  • EDUCATIONAL quality
  • ORPHANS
  • LEARNING
  • EDUCATION
  • POVERTY

14. The future is inclusive.

Utton, Nigel

In: Education Review; Winter2011-2012, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p52-60, 9p

  • COMPULSORY education
  • INCLUSIVE education
  • EDUCATION & state
  • GOVERNMENT policy
  • GREAT Britain

15. The lessons learned from developing an inclusive learning and teaching community of practice.

Brandon, Toby, Charlton, Joyce

In: International Journal of Inclusive Education; Feb2011, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p165-178, 14p, 1 Diagram

  • INCLUSIVE education
  • TEACHERS -- Training of
  • GOVERNMENT regulation
  • HIGHER education
  • COOPERATIVE education
  • NORTHUMBRIA (England : Region)
  • ENGLAND

16. Wherefore art thou, inclusion? Analysing the development of inclusive education in New South Wales, Alberta and Finland.

Graham, Linda J., Jahnukainen, Markku

In: Journal of Education Policy; Mar2011, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p263-288, 26p

  • CASE studies
  • INCLUSIVE education
  • RESEARCH
  • SPECIAL education
  • EDUCATION & state
  • FINLAND
  • ALBERTA
  • NEW South Wales
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