Rethinking disability : a disability studies approach to inclusive practices / Jan W. Valle and David J. Connor
- Machine generated contents note: pt. I How Knowledge Guides Practice -- 1.Making Sense of Public School Culture and Context: "Why didn't somebody tell me that teaching is so complicated?" -- 2.Contemplating the (In)visibility of Disability: "Why can't I remember going to school with kids with disabilities or having a teacher with a disability?" -- 3.Examining Beliefs and Expanding Notions of Normalcy: "What if I don't feel ready to teach those kids?" -- 4.Practicing Educational Equity in a Democracy: "What if I'm still not sure about inclusion?" -- pt. II How Practice Deepens Knowledge -- 5.Selecting Approaches and Tools of Inclusive Teaching: "How do I figure out what to teach in an inclusive classroom?" -- 6.Creating a Dynamic Classroom Culture: "How can I be sure that I reach everybody?" -- 7.Assessing Student Knowledge and Skills in the Inclusive Classroom: "How do I know they all got it?" -- 8.Drawing upon the Power of Two: "What will happen if I am assigned to be a co-teacher?" -- pt. III How Talk Changes Knowledge and Practice -- 9.Actively Challenging Normalcy: "How can I talk about disability in my classroom?" -- 10.Promoting Inclusive Beliefs and Practices: "What if my school is `not there yet' in regard to inclusion?".
- 9781138085848 hardback, 1138085847 hardback, 9781138085862 paperback, and 1138085863 paperback
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 277-287) and index.
- Other Forms:
- Also available in electronic format.
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