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Author Spencer-Iiams, Jennifer, author

Title Leading for All : How to Create Truly Inclusive and Excellent Schools / Jennifer Spencer-Iiams, Josh Flosi
Edition 1st
Published Thousand Oaks : Corwin, 2020
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Description 1 online resource (224 pages)
Contents Foreword by Paula Kluth; Chapter 1 -- Finding Our Why; Finding Our Why; Why Inclusion?; Academic Research Supports Inclusion; Inclusion and the Whole Child Movement; Equity and Social Justice; The Perspective of Families; Moving from Why to Why Not?; References; Chapter 2 -- What Inclusive Means; What We Mean by Inclusive Education; A Continuum of Inclusive Practices; A Summary of Changes Over the Past 8 Years; What Inclusion Looks Like; References; Chapter 3 -- The Foundations of Inclusive Education; Putting Our Goals on Paper; Guiding Principles for Our Work; Kortney's Story; Chapter 4 -- Creating Inclusive Cultures; True Friendships; Providing Supports in the General Education Classroom; Shared Ownership and Co-Teaching; The Power of Language; All Students Participate in Co-Curricular Activities; References<br
/>Chapter 5 -- Improving Instructional Practices; Frameworks that Guide our Instructional Practices; Learning Targets; Engagement Strategies; Access to Grade-Level Content; Common and Consistent Data; Analyzing Data to Inform Instruction; Purpose of Evaluation; References; Chapter 6
The Components of Inclusive and Equitable Learning Communities; Effective Physical Spaces; Teaching Common Expectations; Rituals,
Routines and Recognition; Engagement Strategies for All Students; Teaching Social-Emotional Skills; Restorative Practices; Relationships with High Expectations; References; Chapter 7 -- Increasing Student Voice; Growth Mindset Revisited; Student Voice and Behavior; Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC); Students as Leaders of Change; Students and Their IEPs; References; Chapter 8 -- Supporting Behavior in Inclusive Schools; All-Some-Few-Thinking; Team "Student"; The Intensive Capacity-Building Team; Thinking Inclusively About Outside Placement; References; Chapter 9 -- Leadership Moves to Make it Happen; Communication and Relationships; The Role of the Central Office; Salary Structures,
Job Descriptions and Union Contracts to Support Inclusive Practices; Structures for Professional Learning that Support Inclusive Practices; Structures for Leadership and Stakeholder Input; Partnerships with Other Districts and Outside Organizations; Closing Thoughts about Leadership Moves; References; Chapter 10 -- What's Next?; Transportation; Inclusive Early Childhood Education; Adult Transition Services & Inclusive College Opportunities; Inclusive Teacher Education; The Mental Health System; Inclusive Practices in the Time of Distance Learning and COVID-19; Closing Thoughts; References;
Notes Restricted: Printing from this resource is governed by The Legal Deposit Libraries (Non-Print Works) Regulations (UK) and UK copyright law currently in force. WlAbNL
Subject Inclusive education
Children with disabilities -- Education
Educational leadership
Children with disabilities -- Education.
Educational leadership.
Inclusive education.
Form Electronic book
Author Flosi, Josh, author
ISBN 9781071827871