Disability Studies and the Inclusive Classroom
Critical Practices for Embracing Diversity in Education
Disability Studies and the Inclusive Classroom is a core textbook that integrates knowledge and practice from the fields of disability studies and special education. The second edition has been fully revised and updated throughout to include stronger connections between race, class, sexual orientation, gender, and disability to emphasize intersecting identities and experiences; stronger emphasis on curriculum and teaching rather than on attitudes toward disability; and updates to current events, cultural references, resources, research literature, laws, and policies.
Table of Contents
Part I: Disability and Society
Chapter 1: What is Inclusive Education?
Chapter 2: Perspectives on Disability
Chapter 3: Cultures of Exclusion
Chapter 4: Moving Toward Cultures of Inclusion
Part II: Disability in Schools
Chapter 5: Conceptualizing Disability in Schools
Chapter 6: Disabilities and Initial Approaches for Creating Inclusive Environments
Part III: Curriculum and Inclusive Education
Chapter 7: Approaches to Student Diversity: An Overview
Chapter 8: Collaborative Planning and Practice
Chapter 9: Instructional Design for Inclusive Education
Chapter 10: Designing Curriculum to Account for Disability
Susan Baglieri is Associate Professor of Special Education at Montclair State University, USA.
"Baglieri deftly weaves the broad concept of dis/abilities in society, schools, and the curriculum into a powerful work that helps all educators make sense of what can and should be done for all students. Without a doubt, this volume makes a significant contribution to the field of inclusive education."
—Dr. David J. Connor, Professor, Hunter College, and co-author of A Child, a Family, a School, a Community: A Tale of Inclusive Education
"Baglieri accomplishes the rare feat of deftly combining a most sophisticated and compelling understanding of inclusive education with deeply informed and eminently practical approaches for its effective implementation—an indispensable resource for all educators."
—Professor Deborah Gallagher, PhD, University of Northern Iowa