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Opening Doors: Strategies for Including All Students in Regular Education

Schaffner, C. Beth and Barbara E. Buswell

This practical, easy-to-understand “how-to” guide describes the processes, thinking, and approaches that have been used for successfully implementing inclusion. Topics covered include team approaches, focusing on strengths, building relationships, adapting curriculum, varying teaching methods, planning, etc. Useful for parents, educators, and others.

1991, reprinted 1993
55 pp.
ISBN 1-884720-00-5
$10.00 prepaid

Available from:
PEAK Parent Center, Inc., 6055 Lehman Dr., Suite 101, Colorado Springs, CO 80918; (719) 531-9400; fax (719) 531-9452

Inclusion & Parent Advocacy; A Resource Guide is available on loan from many schools and libraries. It can also be purchased for small fee. Click here for more information.


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