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Leading for all, how to create truly inclusive and excellent schools, Jennifer Spencer-Iiams, Josh Flosi ; foreword by Paula Kluth

Summary
Leading for All is a practical guide that provides a clear pathway for educators to develop a more inclusive school community from start to finish. The authors share lessons learned from years building district schools where all students are served in their neighborhood school and in classrooms with their general education peers. Features include: Three focus areas to guide change: Creating Inclusive Cultures, Improving Instructional Practices, and Increasing Student Voice 7 Components of Inclusive and Equitable Learning Communities Supporting resources for promoting inclusion throughout the school day, including co-curricular activities and transportation Stories of real students and teachers and the actions that impacted their success
Table Of Contents
COVER -- TITLE PAGE -- COPYRIGHT PAGE -- CONTENTS -- FOREWORD -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- ABOUT THE AUTHORS -- INTRODUCTION -- CHAPTER 1 - FINDING OUR WHY -- CHAPTER 2 - WHAT WE MEAN BY INCLUSIVE EDUCATION -- CHAPTER 3 - THE FOUNDATIONS OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATION -- CHAPTER 4 - CREATING INCLUSIVE CULTURES -- CHAPTER 5 - IMPROVING INSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICES -- CHAPTER 6 - THE COMPONENTS OF INCLUSIVE AND EQUITABLE LEARNING COMMUNITIES -- CHAPTER 7 - INCREASING STUDENT VOICE -- CHAPTER 8 - SUPPORTING BEHAVIOR IN INCLUSIVE SCHOOLS -- CHAPTER 9 - LEADERSHIP MOVES TO MAKE IT HAPPEN -- CHAPTER 10 - WHAT'S NEXT? -- INDEX
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Copyright
Edition
1st ed.
Physical Description
1 online resource (225 pages)
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9781071827895

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