Research on Classroom Ecologies: Implications for Inclusion of Children With Learning Disabilities

Research on Classroom Ecologies: Implications for Inclusion of Children With Learning Disabilities

by Deborah L. Speece, Barbara K. Keogh

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ISBN-13: 9781136490026
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 04/03/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 312
File size: 3 MB

Table of Contents

Contents: E. Zigler, Foreword. B.K. Keogh, D.L. Speece, Learning Disabilities within the Context of Schooling. Part I:Classroom Instruction. K.H. Au, J.H. Carroll, Current Research on Classroom Instruction: Goals, Teachers' Actions, and Assessment. C.R. Greenwood, Research on the Practices and Behavior of Effective Teachers at the Juniper Gardens Children's Project: Implications for the Education of Diverse Learners. J.E. Sayre, The View from a Montessori Classroom: A Response to Au&Carroll and Greenwood. L.S. Fuchs, Models of Classroom Instruction: Implications for Students with Learning Disabilities. Part II:Classroom Interaction. F. Erickson, Inclusion Into What?: Thoughts on the Construction of Learning, Identity, and Affiliation in the General Education Classroom. S. Vaughn, J.S. Schumm, Classroom Ecologies: Classroom Interactions and Implications for Inclusion of Students with Learning Disabilities. E.I. Reyes, Constructing Knowledge in Inclusive Classrooms: What Students Know and Teachers Need to Know. A.S. Palincsar, Reconfiguring Professional Communities on Behalf of Students with Special Needs. Part III:Classroom Management. D.H. Cooper, L. Valli, Designing Classrooms for Inclusion: Beyond Management. N. Zigmond, Organization and Management of General Education Classrooms. M. Elrich, Order and Learning, Individuals and Groups: A Regular Education Teacher's Response. A.C. Schulte, Remediation and Inclusion: Can We Have It All? Part IV:Research Perspectives. G.R. Lyon, Methodological Issues and Strategies for Assessing Developmental Change and Evaluating Response to Intervention. R. Gallimore, Classrooms Are Just Another Cultural Activity. C.A. Stone, Bridging the Gap Between Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches to the Analysis of Instructional Innovations for Students with Learning Disabilities: A Commentary on Gallimore and Lyon. Epilogue. D.L. Speece, B.K. Keogh, Classroom Ecologies and Learning Disabilities: What We Learned and What We Need to Know.

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