Teaching Students with Moderate to Severe Disabilities : An Applied Approach for Inclusive Environments
For introductory instructional methods courses regarding students who have moderate to severe disabilities.This text instructs future preschool, elementary, and secondary level teachers how to incorporate applied curriculum strategies into their classrooms so ALL students can participate. A unique aspect is its ability to balance inclusive practice with practical, functional instruction and materials. It provides many actual examples of teaching skills in an applied setting. These scenarios, combined with mini case studies, games, and learning activities offer a keen understanding of how to work with those who have moderate to severe disabilities.
- Paperback | 434 pages
- 190.5 x 226.06 x 27.94mm | 793.78g
- 03 Nov 2001
- Pearson Education (US)
- Upper Saddle River, NJ, United States
Table of contents
I. FOUNDATIONS OF CURRICULUM. 1. Establishing the Context. 2. Characteristics and Strategies for Support. 3. Communication and Technology Supports. 4. The Learning Environment. II. IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CURRICULUM FOR STUDENTS WITH MODERATE TO SEVERE DISABILITIES. 5. Authentic Assessment in Inclusive Environments. 6. Designing the Instructional Program: The IEP. 7. Supporting Inclusive Environments Through Collaboration. III. INSTRUCTIONAL ENVIRONMENTS. 8. Positive Behavioral Supports in Inclusive Environments. 9. The Preschool Classroom. 10. The Elementary Classroom. 11. The Secondary Classroom. 12. The Elementary School Environment. 13. The Secondary School Environment. 14. Community-Based Instruction. 15. Educational Transitions.