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Using tried-and-true examples, this book shows busy teachers how to challenge able children in their mixed-ability classes—where time and resources are usually limited.

Principles of Good Practice for All Learners
Principles of good practice for all learners
A Framework of Support for Teachers and Children

If inclusionary classrooms are committed to serving all students they must choose to include, both physically and philosophically, even the more extremely gifted children as well as children with the most severe disabilities. This means more for both groups than simply being in attendance in the regular classroom, it means respecting and teaching one's students to respect the unique developmental paths of each individual, no matter how ...

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