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Listening to the Experts. Students with Disability Speak Out

Book

Students with a wide range of disabilities give readers a rare inside look at their past and present school experiences, both in self-contained classrooms and in inclusive environments. They talk about struggles and triumphs with schoolwork, friendships with peers, the meaning of inclusion, their complex feelings about special education, practices and policies that helped and hindered their progress, the characteristics of good teachers and administrators, ingredients of positive classroom environments and their future plans. ,The book also includes chapters by parents, peers, and professionals, who share their views and experiences about inclusive education and what it takes to make it succesful.,,

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Author
Keefe, E.B., Moore, V.M. and Duff, F.R.. Foreword by Douglas Fisher
Source
Brookes Publishing. www.brookespublishing.com.au
Publisher
Publication Date
28 May 2005
Category
Parents
Keywords
School age, Education, Inclusion, Friendship, Transition
Origin
United States

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