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Putting all kids on the map

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The authors describe the process of facilitating inclusion by a process known as MAPS (McGill Action Planning System), a collaborative process that brings the key actors in a child's life together to create an action plan to be implemented in a regular classroom setting. It builds a circle of support and friendship around one person. The paper includes practical descriptions and various stories relating to people's experiences of MAPS and how it affected their lives. Keywords: Inclusion, Education, School age

Author
Forest, Marsha Pearpoint, Jack
Source
Educational Leadership
Publisher
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Professionals
Keywords
Inclusion, Education, School age
Origin
Canada

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