Change how you look at inclusive teaching. This practical guide gives teachers the ideas they need to adapt instruction for the students in their classes. With over 1,000 suggestions for modifying lessons based on a student's abilities and disabilities, this guide will become a trusted reference. Based on current research findings and fresh insights from outstanding teachers, several themes are stressed and incorporated into many of the corrective strategies to expand skills and prepare students for real-world functioning: differentiation, tactics for organizing and presenting information, effective Internet use, social skills enhancement, and increased peer-mediated learning. "One of the many strengths of the text is that the writing is very approachable for the emerging teacher." Constance J. Fournier,Texas A&M University "(Successful Inclusive Teaching) is very well written and at the appropriate intellectual level for my students...They find the text "easy to read" and very practical...All chapters are coherent, clear, and well organized." Stephanie Kurtts,University of North Carolina at Greensboro "(Successful Inclusive Teaching) is comprehensive (and) is one that teachers will use well after they leave the college classroom." Susan E. Gately,Rivier CollegeChoate, Joyce S. is the author of 'Successful Inclusive Teaching Proven Ways to Detect and Correct Special Needs', published 2003 under ISBN 9780205388479 and ISBN 0205388477.