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EXC 659 - Adv. Specialization Moderate/Severe Disabilities

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Last Update: 2/2014

Books

Falvey, M. A. (1998). Inclusive and heterogeneous school: Assessment, curriculum, and instruction. Baltimore, MD: Brookes Publishing Co.

3 copies of 1995 edition in Circulating Stacks LC 4031 I52 1995


Articles

Chow, P. Blais, L. & Hemingway, J. (1999). An outsider looking in: Total inclusion and the concept of equifinality. Education, 119(3), 459-465.

Hitchock, C., Meyer, A., Rose, D. & Jackson, R. (2002). Providing new access to the general curriculum. Teaching Exceptional Children, 35(2), 8-17.

Janney, R. E., Snell, M. E., Beers, M.K. & Raynes, M. (1995). Integrating students with moderate and severe disabilities into general education classes. Exceptional Children, 61(5), 425-439.

Kame'enui, E., & Simmons, D. ERIC Clearinghouse on Disabilities and Gifted Education, R. N., & Council for Exceptional Children, R. A. (1999). Toward successful inclusion of students with disabilities: The architecture of instruction. Volume 1: An overview of materials adaptations. ERIC/OSEP Mini-Library.

Note: Click on the link above to pull up the abstract of the ERIC document. Once at the abstract, scroll down the screen and click on Full Text from ERIC

Kluth, P., Villa, R. A. & Thousand, J. S. (2001). 'Our school doesn't offer inclusion' and other legal blunders'. Educational Leadership, 59(4), 24-27.

McLeskey, J. & Henry, D. (1999). Inclusion: What progress is being made across states? Teaching Exceptional Children. 31(5), 56-62.

Muscott, H. (2001). Fostering learning, fun, and friendship among students with emotional and behavioral disorders and their peers: The SO (service-learning opportunities) prepared for citizenship program. Beyond Behavior, 10(3), 36-47.

Please request through Interlibrary Loan.

Palmer, D. S., Fuller, K. & Arora, T. (2001). Taking sides: parent views on inclusion for their children with severe disabilities. Exceptional Children, 67(4), 467.

Sanacore, J. (1996). Ingredients for successful inclusion. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 40(3), 222-226.

Schumaker, J. B., Deshler, D. D., Lenz, B. K., Bulgren, J. A., Davis, B., Grossen, B., & Marquis, J. (2002). The educational context and outcomes for high school students with disabilities: Overview of the study and findings. Research Report.

Note: Click on the link above to pull up the abstract of the ERIC document. Once at the abstract, scroll down the screen and click on Full Text from ERIC

Schumaker, J., & Lenz, K. ERIC Clearinghouse on Disabilities and Gifted Education, R. N., & Council for Exceptional Children, R. A. (1999). Adapting Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science materials for the inclusive classroom. Volume 3: Grades six through eight. ERIC/OSEP Mini-Library.

Note: Click on the link above to pull up the abstract of the ERIC document. Once at the abstract, scroll down the screen and click on Full Text from ERIC

Shumm, J. ERIC Clearinghouse on Disabilities and Gifted Education, R. N., & Council for Exceptional Children, R. A. (1999). Adapting Reading and Math materials for the inclusive classroom. Volume 2: Kindergarten through grade five. ERIC/OSEP Mini-Library.

Note: Click on the link above to pull up the abstract of the ERIC document. Once at the abstract, scroll down the screen and click on Full Text from ERIC

Turner, N. D. (2003). Preparing preservice teachers for inclusion in secondary classrooms. Education, 123(3), 491.

Wolfe, P. S., & Hall, T. E. (2003, March). Making inclusion a reality for students with severe disabilities. Teaching Exceptional Children, 35(4), 56-61.  

Wood, M. (1998). Whose job is it anyway? Educational roles in inclusion. Exceptional Children, 64(2), 181-195.