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In response to concerns about teacher retention, especially among teachers in their first to fourth year in the classroom, we offer future teachers a series of brief guides full of practical advice that they can refer to in both their student teaching and in their first years on the job..
Table of Contents
|How Knowledge Guides Practice|
|Making Sense of Public School Culture and Context|
|"Why didn't somebody tell me that teaching is so complicated?"|
|Contemplating the (In)visibility of Disability|
|"Why can't I remember going to school with kids with disabilities or having a teacher with a disability?"|
|Examining Beliefs and Expanding Notions of Normalcy|
|"What if I don't feel ready to teach those kids?"|
|Practicing Educational Equity in a Democracy|
|"What if I'm still not sure about inclusion?"|
|How Practice Deepens Knowledge|
|Selecting Approaches and Tools of Teaching|
|"How do I figure out what to teach in an inclusive classroom?"|
|Creating a Dynamic Classroom Culture|
|"How can I be sure that I reach everybody?"|
|Assessing Student Knowledge and Skills|
|"How do I know if they all got it?"|
|Drawing Upon the Power of Two|
|"What will happen if I am asked to be a co-teacher?"|
|How Talk Changes Knowledge and Practice|
|Actively Challenging Normalcy|
|"How can I talk about disability in my classroom?"|
|Promoting Inclusive Beliefs and Practices|
|"What if my school is ‘not there yet' in regard to inclusion?"|
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