Inclusion positively impacts students with disabilities, their classmates, general and special education teachers, administrators, and parents (Burstein, Sears, Wilcoxen, Cabello, a Spagna, 2004; Schwartz, Odom, a Sandall, 2001). This dissertation examined how three middle school teachers included students with disabilities in their general education classrooms. One major challenge to inclusion at the secondary level is the relative scarcity of research on inclusive secondary classrooms (Mastropieri a Scruggs, 2001). Research on inclusive secondary classrooms is scant, and middle school case study research is even scarcer.The first six questions on the homework assignment called for students to create Venn diagrams. Since students sometimes struggled with their understanding of Venn diagrams, Mrs. Schultz spent about ten minutes guiding students throughanbsp;...
|Title||:||Including Students with Disabilities in Middle School Classrooms: A Case Study of Three General Education Teachers|
|Author||:||Megan L. Mackey|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|