Classroom Communication and Diversity
By Robert G. Powell and Dana L. Powell
The trend towards inclusion of children with special needs in mainstream classes poses particular challenges for teachers, not least of which is how to communicate effectively with a wide range of ability levels. The authors combine their own research with experiences from classroom teachers to provide practical strategies for bridging the gap.
Inclusive Education: A Practical Guide to Supporting Diversity in the Classroom
By Tim Loreman, Joanne Deppeler and David Harvey
Drawing on both conceptual principles and classroom practice, Inclusive Education demonstrates how to create an inclusive school community. Its hands-on approach addresses working in partnership with parents, pupils and other professionals to provide a flexible process that meets the needs of all children. The book includes web links to planning templates and assessment tools.