Promoting Successful Inclusion Through Collaborative Problem-Solving

Hobbs, Tim; Westling, David L.
September 1998
Teaching Exceptional Children;Sep/Oct98, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p12
Academic Journal
Discusses a collaborative problem-solving approach that provides a systematic process for identifying which strategies or tactics might be useful in promoting successful inclusion. Parents' view of inclusion; Implementation of inclusion; Application of collaborative problem-solving; Key elements of collaboration. INSET: Empirical support for inclusion..


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