This issue of Special Learning’s Autism Educator Teaching Series addresses success factors in the inclusion of children with disabilities in general education classrooms, drawing on key research findings. It explains how a child is assessed with special education needs and what can be done early to address his or her educational needs in general, and development in inclusive settings in particular. Key considerations in an inclusive program are covered, including the design of a child’s Individualized Education Program, his or her equal treatment in an inclusive classroom, and the role of support in influencing teacher attitudes toward a diversified classroom. The SL Educator Teaching Series is a collection of e-books written for educators, parents, practitioners and other individuals involved in the care and education of children with Autism or other developmental disabilities. Benefits: Well-researched and written specifically for those individuals involved in educating individuals with special needs Provide practical advice and examples that can be applied immediately by the readers within the classroom setting and beyond Easily accessible in various formats, including on iBooks, Kindle and in PDF Downloadable format

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