The Journey Towards Creating Effective Schools for All Learners
We've provided you with a range of resources in using this book in your courses and professional development Each resource is described below. Click on the menu on the left to go to a particular resource.
Instructor's Manual. This manual provides resources and classroom learning activities organized by chapter as well as a variety of types of test questions and answers. You can download a copy of the Instructor's Manual HERE that does NOT have the test questions and answers. To obtain a copy with test questions and answers you can register as an instructor on the Pearson site and download the Manual with these resources. Click HERE to go to the Pearson website.
Powerpoint. You can download powerpoint presentations designed for each chapter on the Pearson website. You can also download them by click on the chapter that you want here: Chapter 1; Chapter 2; Chapter 3; Chapter 4; Chapter 5; Chapter 6; Chapter 7; Chapter 8; Chapter 9; Chapter 10; Chapter 11; Chapter 12; Chapter 13.
Lecture Series on Inclusive Teaching. On the link for Seeing is Believing (videos) there is a very good, engaging series of lectures introducing the key concepts of inclusive education by Dr. Andrew Johnson of Minnesota State University- Mankato. You may find these very useful for students.
Inclusive Teaching Listserv. This link provides you directions for joining a listserv of faculty and instructors using this text as part of a course.
Syllabus. We have provided a syllabus in Word format based on courses taught be the co-author, Dr. Michael Peterson.
Student Projects. These are materials for projects that you may include in your syllabus as part of the required expectations of students as part of your syllabus. These are also useful as projects for staff in local schools as part of professional development.
Learning Works! View examples of inclusive classroom observation reports, inclusive teacher guides, case studies, and more developed by teacher education students. If you use student learning projects as assignments in your classes, students can view the work of previous students to see models.
Chapter resources. This is the same link that your students will have through the Student Learning Center. This page has two components: (1) InclusiveNet - suggestions for web-based explorations and links to resources organized by sections of the chapter; and (2) Learning Tools - a series tools for in-class learning activities you can use as part of your course or professional development work.
AN INVITATION TO SHARE. If you have a syllabus, learning activities, links, or other materials you would like to share, please contact Michael Peterson.