Educating Students with Diverse Strengths and Needs Together: Rationale for Inclusion; Instruction in the General Education Environment; First Steps: Determining Individual Abilities and General Guidelines to Support Students in Inclusive Settings; The Preschool Student; The Elementary School Student in K-5 Classes; The Middle School or Junior High Student; The High School Student in Various High School Classes; The Important Role of Peers in Inclusive Education; Working Cooperatively: The Role of Team Members; Are They Making Progress?: Assessing the Skills of Students with Severe and Multiple Disabilities in General Education Classrooms; Common Concerns and Some Responses.
June E. Downing is a consultant on the education of students with severe and multiple disabilities, and former Professor, Department of Special Education, California State University, Northridge.
"A treashure chest of concrete examples and practical strategies for making inclusion come alive."--Martha L. Thurlow, Ph.D., Director"National Center for Educational Outcomes, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis" (01/01/2008) "Rich with descriptive examples and illustrations of individualized adaptations . . . a must for preparing high qualified teachers."--Stephanie MacFarland, Ph.D., Director"Teacher Preparation for Learners with Severe and Multiple Disabilities, The University of Arizona, Tucson" (01/01/2008) http: //booknews.com/issues/ref-0808.pdf