Sunday, July 29, 2018

INCLUSION IN ACTION BOOK ON SALE!!



Just in time for your back to school shopping,  Inclusion in Action: Practical Strategies to Modify Your Curriculum in on sale now!! Full of practical information about inclusion and easy-to-use strategies to modify curriculum, this book can be used by both general and special education teachers. 

Check out the reviews below:

Inclusion in Action should be in the hands of every teacher and administrator educating students with disabilities. The book reads like a conversation with the author and provides practical, easy to develop modifications, that novice and veteran teachers alike will want to use. My colleague and I started creating new modifications for our students as soon as the book arrived and haven't stopped!” - Megan Gross, Education Specialist, 2017 California Teacher of the Year, 2017 National Teacher of the Year Finalist
As a mom whose daughter was a victim of badly done inclusion, I've read a lot of books on the subject and have always been frustrated by a focus on lofty theory over down-to-earth strategies. Teachers and administrators and school districts need to know how to do this, on the ground, right now. In Inclusion in Action, Nicole Eredics—who's had some experience doing this in the real world—provides just what's needed, from specific ways to adapt meaningful instruction for all levels of learner to worksheets I wish my kids could have had in their school days to a needed reminder that everyone in a school building has a part to play in inclusion. Get this in the hands of a teacher near you ASAP!” - Terri Mauro, Author of 50 Ways to Support Your Child’s Special Education and The Everything Parent’s Guide to Sensory Processing Disorder
This should be a required book for all teachers, especially general education teachers! Nicole has put together a book that provides the essential elements for making inclusion a reality for all students. Few books on inclusive education are written specifically with the general education teacher in mind. Yet, they are the ones who will lead the way forward so that all students, regardless of their abilities or disabilities are educated together.” -  Susan Marks, Professor of Special Education at Northern Arizona University
Inclusion in Action is available on Amazon and through Brookes Publishing.