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This highly praised text takes a categorical approach to covering the opportunities and challenges in creating inclusive classrooms for all students. IEP coverage, new material on Response to Intervention, chapters on both elementary and secondary classrooms as well as new features on differentiating instruction in both elementary and secondary classrooms provide the most ...more
Paperback, Sixth Edition, 608 pages
Published March 3rd 2011 by Pearson
(first published January 1st 1995)
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I like the charts and vignettes in this book, but the authors are always quite cumbersome with small points and that makes this text drag more than it should. I understand that they are just trying to be thorough in presenting information, but I have read textbooks that don't drag as this one does. I also hear a bit of bias in certain spots throughout this book, and really favor models of inclusion to a fault at points. I also realize that this book is titled as such, but as a paradigm for our m ...more
Tom Smith is Dean of Education at the University of Arkansas (Fayetteville, Arkansas).More about Tom E.C. Smith...