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This electronic document contains a PDF version of a booklet for K to 12 teachers that focuses on the educational needs of students with learning disabilities in inclusive classrooms. It is estimated that about half of all primary grade classes and about one-third of all secondary mathematics and science classes include students with learning disabilities. The booklet is part of the IT'S JUST GOOD TEACHING series produced by the Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory. Each booklet in the series contains a summary of the research and current literature on a topic along with a discussion of effective strategies and an annotated listing of related resources. Material in this booklet, highlighting research based strategies, demonstrates ways to help students of widely varying abilities learn concepts and skills in mathematics and science. The suggested strategies draw on the key principles of inclusion, special education, multiculturalism, and standards based reform. This resource is appropriate for all users, particularly for girls, women and people with disabilities, because it uses inclusive images of girls or women and addresses concerns relating to bias and/or discrimination against people with disabilities.
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