Inclusion: Effective Practices For All Students, Student Value Edition by James M. McleskeyInclusion: Effective Practices For All Students, Student Value Edition by James M. Mcleskey

Inclusion: Effective Practices For All Students, Student Value Edition

byJames M. Mcleskey, Michael S. Rosenberg, David L. Westling

Loose Leaf | March 1, 2012

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Balancing foundational information with a real world approach to inclusion, Inclusion: Effective Practices for All Students, 2e equips teachers to create effective inclusive classrooms.


The most applied text in the market, this second edition sharpens its focus and its organization to more clearly outline best practices for inclusive classrooms. The book’s three part structure opens with the foundational materials you’ll need to truly understand inclusive classrooms, followed by brief categorical chapters to give you the information you need to meet the needs of all students. Finally, field tested and research based classroom strategies are laid out on perforated pages to make the transition from theory to practice seamless.

James McLeskey is professor and chair of the Department of Special Education at the University of Florida. He completed his doctoral work at Georgia State University. Dr. McLeskey is the author or co-author of Inclusion: Effective Practices for All Students (with Michael Rosenberg and David Westling, to be published by Pearson 2010); ...
Title:Inclusion: Effective Practices For All Students, Student Value EditionFormat:Loose LeafDimensions:512 pages, 10.8 × 8.3 × 0.9 inPublished:March 1, 2012Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0133007847

ISBN - 13:9780133007848


Table of Contents

Inclusion: Effective Practices for All Students, 2e



Part I: Foundations of Successful Inclusion

1. What Is Inclusion and Why Is It Important?

2. Inclusion: Historical Trends, Current Practices, and Tomorrow’s Challenges


Part 2: Who are the Students in an Inclusive Classroom?

3. Students with Learning Disabilities

4. Students with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

5. Students with Intellectual Disabilities

6. Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disabilities

7. Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders

8. Students with Communication Disorders and Students with Sensory Impairments

9. Students with Physical Disabilities, Health impairments, and Multiple Disabilities


Part 3: Effective Practices to Meet All Students’ Needs

Chapter 10   Collaboration and Teaming To Support Inclusion

Chapter 11   Formal Plans and Planning for Differentiated Instruction

Chapter 12   Teaching Students from Diverse Backgrounds

Chapter 13   Effective Instruction in Core Academic Areas:Teaching Reading, Writing, and Mathematics

Chapter 14  Effective Instructionin Secondary Content Areas

Chapter 15  Effective Classroom Management for All Students

Chapter 16   Using Technology to Support Inclusion


Editorial Reviews

The text is very readable and understandable; the sections flow nicely and touch upon major points. The writing style is conversational and does an exceptional job of engaging the reader in a conversation about these important issues. The text is readable, understandable, and presented in a non-threatening, meaningful way. Readers can easily  make connections between this content and teaching diverse students. Ann Gillies, University of South Florida   Inclusion is explained well and examples are powerful. Alice C. Giacobbe, Oklahoma State University   The text sends a strong opening message about inclusion. It starts out helping preservice teachers embrace inclusion. Tammy Abernathy, University of Nevada