Acción para la Inclusión: CÓmo Mejorar las escuelas para Recibir a los NiÑos – ebook

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Traducido por Manuela Crespo y Carmen María Priante Bretón
Translated from the original “Action for Inclusion “

Acción para la Inclusión: CÓMO MEJORAR LAS ESCUELAS PARA RECIBIR A LOS NIÑOS CON NECESIDADES ESPECIALES EN AULAS REGULARES

This book finally available in Spanish – with the original English in the second half of the book. “A down to earth blueprint of what 21st century education should be doing for all kids in regular classrooms. Modest but powerful strategies for making it happen in a jargon-free, step-by-step book.” It describes the Circle of Friends exercise, and the MAPS (Making Action Plans) process in detail. This book is being used by school systems around the globe. It is perfect for conferences and courses. It is short and filled with actual tips on how to develop an action plan (MAP) for including any child at risk of exclusion. It is not limited to any one label, but applies to children at risk at any age. Although it focuses on elementary and middle school children, the process is transferable to high school students and adults.

ISBN – pdf – 978-1-987935-12-7
ISBN – ebook – 978-1-987935-05-9

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Acción para la Inclusión: CÓMO MEJORAR LAS ESCUELAS PARA RECIBIR A LOS NIÑOS CON NECESIDADES ESPECIALES EN AULAS REGULARES

This book finally available in Spanish – with the original English in the second half of the book. “A down to earth blueprint of what 21st century education should be doing for all kids in regular classrooms. Modest but powerful strategies for making it happen in a jargon-free, step-by-step book.” It describes the Circle of Friends exercise, and the MAPS (Making Action Plans) process in detail. This book is being used by school systems around the globe. It is perfect for conferences and courses. It is short and filled with actual tips on how to develop an action plan (MAP) for including any child at risk of exclusion. It is not limited to any one label, but applies to children at risk at any age. Although it focuses on elementary and middle school children, the process is transferable to high school students and adults.

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