Restructuring For Caring And Effective Education: Piecing the Puzzle Together / Edition 2

Restructuring For Caring And Effective Education: Piecing the Puzzle Together / Edition 2

by Richard A., Ed. Villa Ed.
     
 


Reflecting the sweeping, extensive changes in special and general education, this book explores the foundations and evolution of inclusive education in the last decade — a prerequisite for administrators implementing inclusion in their schools.See more details below

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Reflecting the sweeping, extensive changes in special and general education, this book explores the foundations and evolution of inclusive education in the last decade — a prerequisite for administrators implementing inclusion in their schools.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781557663863
Publisher:
Brookes, Paul H. Publishing Company
Publication date:
01/01/2000
Edition description:
Subsequent
Pages:
656
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.30(d)

Table of Contents


About the Editors
Contributors
Prologue
Norris G. Haring
For the Reader

Section I: Reexamining the Purposes of Schooling

Working Toward a Common Goal
M. Stephen Lilly

  1. Setting the Context: History of and Rationales for Inclusive Schooling
    Richard A. Villa and Jacqueline S. Thousand
  2. Inclusion and School Restructuring: A New Synergy
    Alan Gartner and Dorothy Kerzner Lipsky
  3. Reclaiming Our Youth
    Steven L. Van Bockern, Larry K. Brendtro, and Martin Brokenleg
  4. Rediscovering the Right to Belong
    Norman Kunc
  5. A Framework for Thinking About Systems Change
    Timothy P. Knoster, Richard A. Villa, and Jacqueline S. Thousand
Reflection: A Credo for Support
Norman Kunc and Emma Van der Klift

Section II: Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment for Inclusive Schooling

A Vision for the Future
Martha L. Thurlow and James G. Shriner

  1. Achieving Social Justice Through Education for Responsibility
    Jacqueline S. Thousand, Ann I. Nevin, and Mary Elizabeth McNeil
  2. Adaptations in General Education Classrooms
    Sharon Vaughn and María Elena Arguelles
  3. Creating a Community of Learners with Varied Needs
    Mary A. Falvey, Mary Blair, Mary Patricia Dingle, and Nancy Franklin
  4. Standards, Assessments, and Individualized Education Programs: Planning for Success in the General Education Curriculum
    Michael L. Hock
Reflection: In the Mainstream: A Confirmation Experience
Ro and Joe Vargo

Section III: Emerging Collaborative and Creative Roles and Processes in Inclusive Schools

Collaborating to Connect the Inclusion Puzzle
Ann I. Nevin

  1. Collaborative Teaming: A Powerful Tool in School Restructuring
    Jacqueline S. Thousand and Richard A. Villa
  2. Problem-Solving Methods to Facilitate Inclusive Education
    Michael F. Giangreco, Chigee J. Cloninger, Ruth E. Dennis, and Susan W. Edelman
  3. Maximizing the Mindware of Human Resources
    Jeanne Bauwens and Patricia H. Mueller
  4. Role of Related Services Personnel in Inclusive Schools
    Michael F. Giangreco, Patricia A. Prelock, Richard R. Reid, Ruth E. Dennis, and Susan W. Edelman
Reflection: Collaboration for "Regular Lives": An Invitation to Our Children's Teachers
Lisa and Alan Houghtelin

Section IV: Examples of Inclusive Schooling in Action

CREATE Inclusive Schools
Margaret E. King-Sears

  1. Restructuring to Create a High School Community of Learners
    Lori Eshilian, Mary A. Falvey, Catherine Bove, Mary Jane Hibbard, Jeffrey Laiblin, Connie Miller, and Richard L. Rosenberg
  2. Chronicles of Administrative Leadership Toward Inclusive Reform: "We're on the train and we've left the station, but we haven't gotten to the next stop"
    Alice Udvari-Solner and Maureen W. Keyes
  3. The Swanton School District (Franklin Northwest Supervisory Union): A Second Look at an Inclusive School
    Richard Schattman and Linda Keating
  4. You Can Teach an Old Dog New Tricks
    Patrick Schwarz and Denise Lee Bettenhausen
  5. New Brunswick School Districts 10, 12, and 13: The Story Continued . . .
    Gordon L. Porter, Jean Collicott, and John Larsen
Reflection: A Conversation with Rachel Holland's Parents
Richard A. Villa with Robbie Holland and Kim Connor

Section V: Future Directions and Reflections

If I Could Dream: Reflections on the Future of Education

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