What really Works...will be a useful tool for both teachers and families in considering practical strategies to effectively include students with disability. The book outlines evidence and underlying ideas for 24 teaching strategies for students in both primary and secondary settings. Although written in plain English, it draws on over 2000 articles and references international studies. David Mitchell is an Inclusive Education Consultant in New Zealand and an Honorary Research Fellow at Manchester University.
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What Really Works in Special and Inclusive Education
30 May 2008
Education, Inclusion, School age