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Introduction: The Next-Best Thing; From Special Education Teacher to Inclusion Facilitator: Role Revelations and Revolutions; Promising Practices in Inclusive Schooling; Transforming Hearts and Minds: The Inclusion Facilitator's Role as a Change Agent; All of Us Are Better than Some of Us: The Inclusion Facilitator's Role as a Collaborative Team Leader; Providing Non-Traditional Supports: The Inclusion Facilitator's Role as an Information and Resource Broker; Beliefs and Dispositions of Successful Inclusion Facilitators; Organizational Changes that Support Inclusion Facilitators in Their New Role; Pre-Service Education of Inclusion Facilitators
Cheryl Jorgensen is Research Assistant and Professor at the Institute on Disability at the University of New Hampshire. Mary Schuh is Associate Director of the Institute on Disability at the University of New Hampshire. Jan Nisbet is Director of the Institute on Disability at the University of New Hampshire
"A must-have resource for administrators and educators committed to teaching, reaching, and challenging ALL students. I only wish this book had been around when I was a new teacher!"--Paula Kluth, Ph.D."Independent Educational Consultant and Adjunct Instructor, National-Louis University, Chicago" (11/05/2005) "At last . . . a real "cookbook" for educators committed to inclusive educational programs. Should be a desktop resource for both general ed and special ed teachers."--Wayne Sailor, Ph.D."Professor of Special Education and Associate Director, Beach Center on Disability, University of Kansas" (10/21/2005) "Will be an instant favorite for anyone interested in inclusive education . . . combine[s] a careful analysis of systems with deft attention to the lives of students and educators."--Douglas Biklen"Dean, School of Education, Syracuse University" (10/15/2005) "Strongly values-based and exceptionally practical . . . Readers will learn what to strive for in the position of an inclusion facilitator as well as what to avoid."--June Downing, Ph.D."California State University, Northridge" (10/05/2005) "A must read book for all practioners who want to [help] people live valued and desirable lives."--Jeff Strully"Executive Director, Jay Nolan Community Services" (11/03/2005)