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Looking for Print Resources for Special Educators

Looking for Print Resources for Special Educators

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Hello!

I am a student at the Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Development at Tufts University. We are currently in the process of expanding the Special Needs/Special Rights section of our Curriculum Resource Laboratory. I am writing a report on resources for educators of children with special needs and am hoping to get feedback from educators currently working in the field of special education or those who teach a child with special needs in an inclusive setting.

In particular, I am looking for a list of the best (most useful) books for teachers about inclusion settings and inclusion curriculum. However, any suggestions of books that have been especially useful and well-written/researched for a special education setting (including those about specific disabilities) would be appreciated!

There are SO many books out there and I would love to find the best resources available!

Thanks!

P.S. If you would like to learn more about our Curriculum Resource Laboratory, the information can be found here: http://ase.tufts.edu/pitcherCurriculumLab/


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