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Teaching Students in Inclusive Settings: Adapting and Accommodating Instruction
Judy W. Wood
For courses in Inclusion and Mainstreaming. From the first author to address strategies for special needs populations served in general classrooms, comes the fifth edition for teaching all children. This text now includes detailed but practical information regarding special populations including gifted, culturally or linguistically diverse students and students from a culture of poverty. A research based problem-solving model and intervention checklist provides a unique method for selecting appropriate interventions for those students. The text provides interventions for the learning environment, teaching environment and for assessment, evaluation, and grading. The accommodations are developed for educational planning in standard-based educational systems. This is a unique text for today's direction of instructional planning and evaluation.