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Addressing the Unproductive Classroom Behaviours of Students with Special Needs. Steve Chinn, $32.95

Certain classroom behaviours can signify an underlying learning disability. This book will help you recognize potential indicators of Asperger Syndrome, dyslexia, dyspraxia, AD/HD, physical disabilities and speech and language disorders. The book also explores the benefits of different interventions; and offers practical strategies for improving pupils' behaviours, social skills and self-esteem.

This practical, accessible book is an essential tool kit for special educational needs coordinators, learning support staff and teachers in both primary and secondary schools.


Antecedent Assessment & Intervention: Supporting Children & Adults with Developmental Disabilities in Community Settings. James Luiselli, $57.95

Challenging behavior is a significant barrier to communication, education, and positive social relationships. This practical book helps psychologists, educators, rehabilitation specialists, and other professionals recognize and address the causes of these problems in individuals with developmental disabilities — and resolve even the most difficult behavior challenges.


Autism: Classroom Strategies from A-Z. Wendy Ashcroft, Sue Argiro & Joyce Keohane, $13.95 (Laminated Reference Guide)

This comprehensive guide contains a wide range of practical and research-based strategies to help general and special education teachers who are working with students with autism and its associated characteristics. Although these powerful strategies are effective for classroom use, they are also useful for schools to use with parents who are involved in helping their children with the many challenges that are presented by autism. It is a powerful reference guide and using it is as easy as A to Z!

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Behavior Solutions for the Inclusive Classroom. Beth Aune, Beth Burt & Peter Gennaro, $20.95

More Behavior Solutions In and Beyond the Inclusive Classroom: a Must-Have for Teachers and Other Educational Professionals. Beth Aune, Beth Burt & Peter Gennaro, $19.95

As inclusion becomes the norm in general education, teachers are faced with behaviors they may have never seen before. This book illuminates possible causes of those mysterious behaviors, and more importantly, provides solutions. Teachers can quickly look up an in-the-moment solution and learn about what the child is communicating, and why.


Best Practices for the Inclusive Classroom: Scientifically Based Strategies for Success. Edited by Richard Boon & Vicky Spencer, $45.50

Written by expert teachers and researchers, Best Practices for the Inclusive Classroom looks at field-tested strategies teachers of inclusive classrooms need to implement to successfully teach all of the learners in their classroom.

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Building Sensory Friendly Classrooms to Support Children with Challenging Behaviors.  Rebecca Moyes, $24.95

Sensory Integration Disorder often manifests as a behavioral problem. This book shows teachers how to incorporate data-driven strategies in designing a classroom that both minimizes stress and improves student productivity.


Common Sense for the Inclusive Classroom: How Teachers Can Maximize Existing Skills to Support Special Educational Needs. Richard Hanks, $27.95

Following a modern 'a la carte' concept, Common Sense for the Inclusive Classroom acts first and foremost as a teaching menu, offering a variety of options that teachers can use as and when they see fit. Written in a jargon-free, accessible style, the author gets to the heart of issues associated with teaching mixed ability classes, offering more flexible alternatives to traditional teaching strategies and suggesting helpful approaches that really work.

Combining practical methods with factual information about learning difficulties, this book is an invaluable resource for non-specialist teachers supporting children with special educational needs in inclusive classrooms.


Complete Learning Disabilities Handbook: Ready-to-Use Strategies & Activities for Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities, 3rd Edition. Joan Harwell, $35.95 (K-12)

The third edition of this classic resource is a comprehensive source of information, strategies, and activities for working with learning disabled students. The book offers special educators, classroom teachers, and parents a wealth of new and proven suggestions and ready-to-use materials for helping LD students of all ages learn and perform at their fullest potential.

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Co-Teaching in Secondary Schools: 7 Steps to Successful Inclusion. Lisa Dieker & Rebecca Hines, $13.95 (Laminated Reference Guide)

Co-teaching at any grade level can be a challenge, because it requires educators to reshape their thinking, modify existing practices, and accept change. Written by Drs. Lisa Dieker and Rebecca Hines, teacher trainers in the field of co-teaching, this reference guide provides a wide range of evidence-based strategies. It specifically addresses the seven steps to successful co-teaching for educators working in middle and high school environments. A valuable resource for all professionals committed to building stronger, more effective co-teaching teams.


Count Me In! Ideas for Actively Engaging Students in Inclusive Classrooms. Richard Rose & Michael Shevlin, $34.95

School really should be the best time in a young person's life - full of discovery, enjoyment and friendship. In reality, school can be a negative experience where young people feel powerless, bored and uninterested. Count Me In shows how, by involving young people in their own learning, they not only improve their education but also feel empowered and have fun along the way.


Creating Inclusion and Well-Being for Marginalized Students: Whole-School Approaches to Supporting Children's Grief, Loss, and Trauma. Edited by Linda Goldman, $45.95

It is increasingly challenging for teachers to educate without a deeper understanding of their students' life experiences. This is particularly the case in marginalised groups of young people who are subject to loss, grief, trauma and shame. Through a snapshot of the diverse student populous, this book explores the impact of these experiences on a student's learning and success. Topics covered include poverty, obesity, incarceration, immigration, death, sexual exploitation, LGBT issues, psychodrama, the expressive arts, resilience, and military students, and community outreach. The authors share the children's perspective, and through case studies they offer solutions and viable objectives.


Differentiating Instruction with Menus for the Inclusive Classroom: Language Arts, Grades 3-5. Laurie Westphal, $30.95

This book offers teachers everything they need to create a student-centered learning environment based on choice. The book provides numerous types of leveled menus that lower and on-level elementary-aged students can use to demonstrate learning through a method of their choice. Menus with similar formats but geared towards varying ability levels allow teachers to differentiate easily. Using creative and challenging choices found in these menus, students will look forward to sharing their newfound knowledge throughout the year. Also included are specific guidelines for products, rubrics for assessing student products, and teacher introduction pages for each menu.

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"Don't We Already Do Inclusion?" 100 Ideas for Improving Inclusive Schools. Paula Kluth, $29.95

Are you trying to grow the inclusive schooling model in your community? Do you feel like you have tried everything to create change in your school? Do you want to “sharpen the saw” and become reenergized as an advocate or educator? If you answered “yes” to any one of these questions, then this is the book for you!

Don’t We Already Do Inclusion is not only filled with ideas for teaching diverse learners, but is also focused on change itself and, more specifically, on how those concerned about inclusion can create change even when they are not in positions of power. The activities, examples, and illustrations are designed to help participants refine their vision and their skills when it comes to inclusion. The ideas are free or low cost, and many can be achieved by any number of stakeholders — including students and families. Learn tried and true techniques, as well as out-of-the box solutions such as involving traditional and social media, “shrinking” the change, phoning for help, advertising, and writing your way to progress.


Effective Inclusive Schools: Designing Successful Schoolwide Programs. Thomas Hehir, $35.95

This book presents lessons on how to raise the achievement of all kids, from gifted to those with severe disabilities. Insights shared from teachers, school leaders, parents, and the students themselves provide a path forward for anyone striving to improve special education services. The authors reveal what exemplary schools do that makes them so successful at inclusion, and provide advice for readers who want to incorporate these practices themselves.

EFFECTIVE INCLUSIVE SCHOOLS zeroes in on what excellent public schools do differently to ensure all students succeed.


Embracing Disabilities in the Classroom: Strategies to Maximize Students' Assets. Toby Karten, $30.99

How we treat others often influences how individuals feel about themselves. This book illustrates how educators can effectively promote sensitive, inclusive classroom practices that maximize success for students with disabilities. Embracing Disabilities in the Classroom provides content-rich interdisciplinary lessons accompanied by behavioral, academic, and social interventions that capitalize on student strengths. Inclusion expert Toby Karten demonstrates the impact of literature, self-advocacy, role playing, and strategic interventions on students' growth and achievement.

This practical resource provides special education and general education teachers, principals, and teacher leaders with both effective instructional strategies for curriculum delivery and responsive approaches to promoting positive attitudes toward disabilities. Given appropriate support and an accepting environment, all students are able to achieve, thrive, and succeed in school and in life.

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From Disability to Possibility: the Power of Inclusive Classrooms. Patrick Schwarz, $24.00

Ideal for general educators, special educators, administrators, educational leaders, related service professionals, para-educators and self-advocates, From Disability to Possibility illustrates, through stories of struggle and success, how creative, conscientious teachers can work with everyone involved in a student’s learning to make special education work.


From Home to School with Autism: How to Make Inclusion a Success. K.I. Al-Ghani & Lynda Kenward, $34.95

This positive and practical book arms schools with a wealth of essential information, easy-to-implement strategies and photocopiable resources that will help to make early schooldays an enjoyable experience for young children on the spectrum. Constructive suggestions, such as introducing visual schedules and accommodating sensory issues, will help children with ASD to feel comfortable in school, and activities including making a 'happy scrapbook' and a home-school diary will support staff-home liaison.


Functional Assessment & Curriculum for Teaching Students with Disabilities — Volumes I-IV. Michael Bender, Peter Valletutti, Carol Ann Baglin & Audrey Smith Hoffnung, $78.50 each

Now substantially revised and available in four volumes, these books are intended as a guide for educators, special education teachers, school administrators, counselors, and other professionals involved in rehabilitation services for individuals with disabilities.

Included are suggested activities that are divided into two major categories, Teacher Interventions and Family Interventions. These two categories are then divided into four subcategories of distinct age/grade levels – from infancy through secondary school/young adulthood.

All units within each volume comprise specific goals, related references, suggested readings, and selected materials/resources. 

Volume I:  Self-Care, Motor Skills, House Management and Living Skills, 4th Edition
Volume II: Nonverbal Communication, Oral Communications and Literacy Preparation, 4th Edition
Volume III: Functional Academics, 3rd Edition
Volume IV: Interpersonal, Competitive Job-Finding and Leisure-Time Skills, 2nd Edition

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Getting Beyond Bullying and Exclusion PreK-5: Empowering Children in Inclusive Classrooms. Ronald Mah, $19.95

Children with challenges can encounter difficulties in navigating their journeys within inclusive classrooms. GETTING BEYOND BULLYING AND EXCLUSION deepens teachers’ understanding of common challenges and provides an intimate and realistic view of how children with special needs can become easy targets for bullies. The book also shows how adults can inadvertently facilitate the development of victim behavior in children or contribute to the development of bully personalities. With an abundance of tried-and-true techniques for helping children manage emotions and build on their strengths, this book increases the sensitivity and expertise that educators and counselors need to help children with special needs become more resilient and experience success at school.


Getting the Most Out of IEPs: an Educator’s Guide to the Student-Directed Approach. Colleen Thoma & Paul Wehman, $34.50

Student-directed IEPs are quickly gaining momentum in schools — the proven benefits include higher academic achievement, enhanced student motivation, and increased communication and self-advocacy skills for students with disabilities. Now for the first time, there's a book that gives elementary and high school educators in-depth how-to guidance on making student-directed IEPs work for students with a range of special needs.

Packed with practical advice, helpful examples, and IEP resources for students themselves, this guidebook puts into print the best ideas for developing meaningful student-directed IEPs while adhering to legal requirements and evidence-based practices. Teachers will learn how to support students—regardless of their current skills and abilities—as they increase their own level of direction across every facet of the IEP process.


Great Ideas: Using Service-Learning and Differentiated Instruction to Help Your Students Succeed. Pamela Gent, $41.95

Much more than "community service,” service-learning activities help improve outcomes for all students when they're carefully linked to the curriculum and IEP goals. This book shows K-12 educators and administrators exactly how this approach promotes inclusion and differentiated instruction for students with and without disabilities. A fresh, hands-on guide to inclusion that goes beyond co-teaching, collaboration, or accommodations, this highly practical book will help educators make the most of every student's unique abilities — and build better communities inside and outside the classroom.

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A Guide to Itinerant Early Childhood Special Education Services. Laurie Dinnebeil & William McInerney, $53.95

Itinerant special educators can be much more than "tutors" for young children with special needs. They can transform whole classrooms and help inclusion flourish — if they have the clear guidelines and best practices they need to make the most of their critical roles. This is the book that every itinerant early childhood special educator needs, that takes the guesswork out of their jobs and shows them how to make a real difference in preschool classrooms.

A professional development resource that programs will rely on as itinerant services continue to thrive, this urgently needed book will help "traveling teachers" become agents of change in early childhood classrooms — and give young children with disabilities the best possible start in school.


How to Reach and Teach All Children in the Inclusive Classroom: Practical Strategies, Lessons and Activities, 2nd Edition. Sandra Rief & Julie Heimburge, $35.99 (Grades 3 -8)

This thoroughly updated edition of the best-selling book gives all classroom teachers, special educators, and administrators an arsenal of adaptable and ready-to-use strategies, lessons, and activities. How to Reach and Teach All Children in the Inclusive Classroom is a comprehensive resource that helps teachers reach students with varied learning styles, ability levels, skills, and behaviors. The authors offer a team approach that includes parents, colleagues, and learning specialists, enabling teachers to guide diverse groups of students in grades 3–8 toward academic, social, and emotional success.


ICP™ – The Inclusive Classroom Profile Set, Research Edition. Elana Soukakou, $96.95

How well is your early childhood program implementing quality inclusive practices?

Now there’s a comprehensive, field-tested observational tool that uncovers the answers. A one-of-a-kind tool for classrooms serving children ages 2–5, the Inclusive Classroom Profile (ICP™) assesses 12 key practices with the strongest research base for supporting the education and development of young children in inclusive programs.

For accurate results, the ICP is conducted by a trained outside observer, such as a technical assistance professional or administrator. The observer conducts the three parts of the ICP: a classroom observation scheduled during everyday routines; a face-to-face interview with the teacher; and a documentation review of the program’s policies, screeners and assessments, and child intervention plans. Comprehensive assessment with ICP takes about 3˝ hours, plus 20 minutes to score. The in-depth ICP evaluation process gives you the rich information and insights you need to:

  • assess your program’s current inclusive practices
  • establish a baseline for measuring future progress
  • apply recommended inclusive practices for young children
  • guide quality improvement efforts by linking assessment data with instructional decision-making
  • tailor professional development to teachers’ specific needs

The ICP is also a perfect companion to popular early childhood inclusion guides like Building Blocks for Teaching Preschoolers with Special Needs. Determine your strengths and needs with the ICP, and then find effective inclusion strategies in Building Blocks.

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The IEP from A to Z: How to Create Meaningful and Measurable Goals and Objectives. Diane Twachtman-Cullen & Jennifer Twachtman-Bassett, $35.95

This step-by-step guide shows teachers and parents how to get the right education plan in place for students with ADHD, Autism/Asperger's, Emotional/Behavioral Disturbance, and related conditions.

  • Provides easy-to-understand explanations of the special education process along with a wealth of sample effective IEPs
  • Explains what is most important for educators and parents to keep in mind during IEP development
  • Provides content area-specific sample goal and objective templates, general teaching tips for maintaining the IEP, and useful resources

From nationally recognized experts in the special education field, this book guides readers through the process of writing thoughtful, intelligent Individualized Education Plans that deliver high-quality, need-based educational programming to exceptional students.


Including One, Including All: a Guide to Relationship-Based Early Childhood Inclusion. Leslie Roffman, Todd Wanerman & Cassandra Britton, $46.95

Inclusive early childhood settings benefit all children, whether or not they have identifies special needs. Including One, Including All provides theoretical, conceptual, and practical information on relationship-based, inclusive practices for early childhood classrooms, an approach that strengthens every child and supports the child's behavioral, emotional, social, and learning challenges. Written by a team of professionals who are known for their successful work using this model, the book includes blueprints for organizing the important work with children and their families and addresses the challenges and rewards of inclusion in early childhood classrooms, and chronicles the experiences of two children with special needs in early childhood settings.


Including Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders Into Less Restrictive Educational Settings. Edited by Joanne Gerenser & Mary McDonald, $32.95

The Eden II Programs is an agency that provides comprehensive service provision to individuals on the autism spectrum. Within Eden's educational programs, a model for supported inclusion has been developed to assist those students that can benefit from less restrictive settings a systematic process to help ensure a successful transition into these settings. Data and other objective measures provide the basis for student evaluation and program decisions. This manual was developed to provide practical information on delivering and evaluating these program decisions.

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Inclusion of Exceptional Learners in Canadian Schools: a Practical Handbook for Teachers, 5th Edition. Nancy Hutchinson, $124.00

Now in its fifth edition, Inclusion of Exceptional Learners in Canadian Schools is an outstanding introduction to inclusive education in Canada. In keeping with Canada’s commitment to inclusive education, this text examines positive ways of including children of all needs and abilities in the regular classroom. Author and educator, Nancy Hutchinson draws on her extensive experience educating students to help shape the skills and strategies future teachers need to create an inclusive classroom by individualizing learning for each student regardless of their exceptionality. Throughout this book you will hear the voices of exceptional children, their parents, and teachers who are working together to enhance the learning experiences of exceptional students in regular classrooms.


Inclusion, Play and Empathy: Neuroaffective Development in Children's Groups. Edited by Susan Hart, $40.95

Contributions from early childhood educators, teachers, psychologists, music therapists, occupational therapists, and psychotherapists highlight the crucial role that early relationships and interactions in group settings play in the development of children's personal, emotional and social skills.

The book features the latest research and methods for successfully encouraging the development of these skills in groups of children aged 4-12. It explores how play within children's groups can be facilitated in order to foster emotional and empathic capacities, how to overcome common challenges to inclusion in schools and introduces practical, creative approaches to cultivating a sense of unity and team spirit in children's groups.


Inclusion Strategies That Work for Adolescent Learners. Toby Karten, $51.25

Higher performance and more positive experiences are possible for all adolescent learners with some guidance, perseverance, and the right techniques. Toby Karten provides teachers with a practical approach for creating a successful inclusive secondary classroom.


Inclusive Programming for High School Students with Autism or Asperger’s Syndrome. Sheila Wagner, $33.95

This comprehensive guide will help you give your child or student the best possible high school experience. You will learn how to help students navigate the social minefields of friendships and dating, while fostering the executive functioning skills they will need as adults.

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Involving Parents of Students with Special Needs: 25 Ready-to-Use Strategies. Jill Dardig, $30.99 (PK - 12)

Research has shown that establishing strong communication link with parents and promoting family involvement can have positive and tangible effects on a student's success in school. In this teacher-friendly resource, Jill Dardig provides 25 read-to-use techniques for involving parents in the education of children with a wide range of learning needs — including cognitive, emotional/behavioural, social, sensory, and physical disabilities.


Life Skills Activities for Secondary Students with Special Needs. Darlene Mannix, $39.95

190+ ready-to-use lessons with reproducible worksheets to help adolescents develop the basic skills necessary to experience independence and success in everyday life.

The book provides 22 complete teaching units focusing on basic life skills such as handling money, succeeding at school, using the Internet safely, getting and keeping a job, and much more. The book also contains 90 reproducible worksheets for teaching students how to apply these life skills to real-life situations.

Life Skills Activities for Special Children. Darlene Mannix, $39.95

Over 150 ready-to-use reproducible worksheets to help children develop the basic skills necessary to experience independence and success in everyday life.

Each of the book's activities focuses on specific skills within the context of real-life situations and includes complete teacher instructions for effective use, from objective and introduction through optional extension activities and methods to assess student learning. The book includes numerous reproducible parent letters which can be sent home to help parents reinforce these lessons while children are away from school.


Making Differentiation a Habit: How to Ensure Success in Academically Diverse Classrooms. Diane Heacox, $43.99 (Book with CD-ROM)

Framed around the critical elements for success in today's classrooms, Making Differentiation a Habit gives educators specific, user-friendly tools to optimize teaching, learning, and assessment. Following on the heels of Diane Heacox's best-selling teacher resource, Differentiating Instruction in the Regular Classroom, this book offers new ideas, fresh perspectives, and additional research-based strategies to help teachers seamlessly integrate differentiation practices into their daily routines.

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Making Inclusion Work: Effective Practices for All Teachers. John Beattie, LuAnn Jordan & Bob Algozzine, $19.95

In today’s classrooms, teachers must meet the educational needs of students of all ability levels, including students with disabilities. This invaluable resource offers elementary and secondary teachers a deeper awareness of "what works" when teaching students with disabilities in general education classrooms. Grounded in extensive special education research, this book will enlighten teachers with a greater understanding of special education students and how to teach them successfully.


Making Inclusion Work for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders: an Evidence-Based Guide. Tristram Smith, $61.50

An indispensable resource for K–12 educators and autism specialists, this highly practical book shows how to include students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) in general education settings. Tristram Smith and his associates present a research-based, step-by-step process for assessing students at a range of skill levels, planning and implementing successful inclusion programs, and working as a team with other professionals and with parents. The book is packed with specific strategies for helping students with ASD follow the daily routine, learn from the general education curriculum, interact with peers, and overcome problem behavior.


Making Preschool Inclusion Work: Strategies for Supporting Children, Teachers & Programs. Diane Klein & Anne Marie Richardson-Gibbs, $53.95

In-depth case studies and vignettes from both professional and parent perspectives, strategies for adapting curriculum content, disability-specific interventions to keep and use as a reference

This comprehensive textbook gives education professionals a thorough introduction to inclusion supports: evidence-based practices and strategies that help children with disabilities fully participate in preschool classrooms.

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Meeting Special Educational Needs in Secondary Classrooms: Inclusion and How to Do It, 2nd Edition. Sue Briggs, $57.95

There are greater numbers of children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) now attending mainstream schools. This fully updated and revised edition of Meeting Special Educational Needs in Secondary Classrooms is written by an experienced teacher, adviser and consultant and explains the challenges that these children face. This is a practical book full of guidance for teachers and teaching assistants who support children with SEND in mainstream secondary classrooms. Now fully updated this book:

  • covers all aspects of teaching children with SEND, including planning, teaching and learning
  • promotes successful communication between teachers, parents and students
  • contains photocopiable resources and templates

With practical guidance on how to make the curriculum more accessible for children with SEND, this book will help teachers and TAs work together to support pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities more effectively.


Modifying Schoolwork: Teachers’ Guides to Inclusive Practices, 3rd Edition. Rachel Janney & Martha Snell, $36.50 (K-12)

Need quick, practical, ready-to-use guidance on teaching all students-and making appropriate modifications for kids who need extra support? Packed with field-tested strategies, case studies, and planning tools, this hands-on guide will help teachers deliver effective universal instruction in core content areas and create customized adaptations and flexible supports for students with diverse needs and abilities. Teachers will learn what really works in inclusion, and they'll discover how to seamlessly weave in modifications while encouraging each student's sense of belonging.


Observation, Assessment and Planning in Inclusive Autism Education: Supporting Learning and Development. Carmel Conn, $60.95

This practical resource takes a holistic view of the learning and development of children with autism, taking into account the nature of their social-emotional learning and the transactional nature of difficulty. Using an interdisciplinary approach, this accessible and practical text invites practitioners, pupils and parents to reflect on their understandings, beliefs and values and to make appropriate adjustments in their practice. Split into five chapters, this book covers some of the main issues involved in observation-based teaching and learning.

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The Paraprofessional’s Essential Guide to Inclusive Education. Peggy Hammeken, $48.50

A practical reference tool for all paraprofessionals working in inclusive settings, filled with easy-to-implement strategies to help paraprofessionals work effectively with students and colleagues. Readers will find practical guidelines for classroom routines, progress and discipline charts, daily/weekly assignment sheets, and activities for individual reflection.


Pedro's Whale.  Paula Kluth & Patrick Schwarz, Illustrated by Justin Canha, $26.50

Based on the real-life event that inspired the bestselling  book Just Give Him the Whale!, this simple but powerful story introduces educators to one of the best, most effective inclusion strategies: using students' fascinations to help them learn. An ideal teaching tool, Pedro's Whale will inspire educators to harness their students' natural motivations. The engaging, full-color illustrations (by Justin Canha, a gifted artist on the autism spectrum) also make this book perfect for storytime, so all children can increase their sensitivity to peers with special needs and learning differences.

Everyone who reads Pedro's Whale will remember its eye-opening message: when you work with instead of against what students love, they feel safe, happy, and ready to learn. This enlightening story will help teachers maximize inclusion and ensure that students with and without disabilities reach their full potential.

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Peer Buddy Programs for Successful Secondary School Inclusion. Carolyn Hughes & Erik Carter, $34.50

When secondary schools are committed to inclusion, everybody wins and students with and without disabilities enjoy higher academic achievement and new friendships. A good peer buddy program can play an invaluable role in making inclusion happen, and this guidebook shows educators exactly why and how.


Play and Friendship in Inclusive Autism Education: Supporting Learning and Development. Carmel Conn, $60.95

Taking an innovative approach to autism and play, this practical text focuses on the particular form play and friendship takes for children with autism and their peers. Autistic children have clear preferences for play, with sensory-perceptual experience remaining a strong feature as they develop. Play and Friendship in Inclusive Autism Education offers a framework for supporting children’s development through play, with step-by-step guidance on how to facilitate the playful engagement of children with autism.


The Power of Peers in the Classroom: Enhancing Learning and Social Skills. Edited by Karen Harris & Lynn Meltzer, $47.50

Peer support and social relationships have a tremendous influence on development, motivation, and achievement for all students, including struggling learners and those with disabilities. This highly practical book is one of the few resources available to guide classroom teachers and special educators in the application of peer-assisted instructional strategies in grades K-12. Expert contributors describe evidence-based approaches for building students' skills in reading, writing, math, and other content areas, as well as social competence and executive functioning. Sample lessons and more than a dozen reproducible tools are provided. Purchasers get access to a Web page where they can download and print the reproducible materials.

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Prevent Teach Reinforce for Young Children: the Early Childhood Model of Individualized Positive Behavior Support. Glen Dunlap, Kelly Wilson, Phillip Strain & Janice Lee, $59.50

This practical, reader-friendly guidebook shows you how to improve the social-emotional development and prevent challenging behaviors of young children in preschool settings. A highly effective approach drawn from the research and principles of applied behavior analysis and positive behavior support, PREVENT-TEACH-REINFORCE FOR YOUNG CHILDREN will help you:

  • resolve persistent challenging behaviors
  • address problem behaviors common in younger children
  • set individualized goals for children
  • conduct family-centered assessment and intervention
  • help children with and without disabilities
  • work effectively with diverse families
  • collect reliable data and use it to inform next steps

The CD-ROM includes planning forms and worksheets tailored for early childhood programs, including a Goal Sheet, Daily Log, Behavior Rating Scale, Intervention Menu, and Team Implementation Guide. And four detailed case examples walk you through the PTR-YC steps and implementation.


Promoting Social Skills in the Classroom. Kimber Wilkerson, Aaron Perzigian & Jill Schurr, $33.50

This indispensable book presents evidence-based tools and strategies for improving the social skills of all members of the inclusive classroom (K–6), especially students experiencing difficulties in this area. The authors explain why social competence is critical to school success and describe interventions, curricula, and instructional approaches that have been shown to be effective at the schoolwide, classroom, and individual levels. Procedures for conducting assessments and developing individualized intervention plans are detailed. 


Recognize, Respond, Report: Preventing and Addressing Bullying of Students with Special Needs. Lori Ernsperger, $39.50 (K-12)

Bullying in schools is a national problem that affects a high percentage of students with special needs. This ready-to-use guidebook gives K–12 educators, administrators, and school counselors the research-based interventions they need to stop bullying in its tracks — and prevent it before it starts. 

Using a simple framework of 3 Rs (Recognize, Respond, and Report), you'll master the core components of preventing and addressing bullying and disability-based harassment at the district level, classroom level, and individual level. Practical, proven strategies and tools blend with heartfelt, real-world advice from students who've experienced bullying themselves. An easy fit with your existing initiatives, whether you use PBIS or a commercial anti-bullying program, this essential resource will help you create a safe and secure learning environment for all students to reach their full potential. 

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The School Counselor's Guide to Helping Students with Disabilities, Grades K-12. Laura Marshak, Claire Dandeneau, Fran Prezant & Nadene L'Amoreaux, $39.95

Down-to-earth advice for helping students with disabilities succeed.

The School Counselor's Guide to Helping Students with Disabilities offers school counselors a practical guide for handling the complexities of working with children and youth who have disabilities. The book is organized to correspond with the myriad responsibilities and roles assumed by school counselors and special education staff in elementary, middle and high school settings, in order to address the practicalities and possibilities of working with students with disabilities.


School Shadow Guidelines. Jed Baker & Alex Liau WM, $22.95

Special needs children can benefit from having inclusive education to aid in their development and growth; this is where school shadowing serves vital roles. School Shadow Guidelines is the perfect handbook for everyone assisting special needs schoolchildren.

School Shadow Guidelines will assist children in developing appropriate behaviors in school, establish an environment that helps to strengthen academic ability, and also help to build his/her social interaction skills with the goal of independence.


Six Steps to Inclusive Preschool Curriculum: a UDL-Based Framework for Children's School Success. Eva Horn, et al, $55.50

How can inclusive early educators plan and deliver challenging instructions to help all young learners succeed in kindergarten? This guide has authoritative answers from some of today's most renowned names in early childhood education. Through practical, evidence-based strategies and guidelines, you'll discover how to equalize access to curriculum content while giving learners multiple ways to access and possess new knowledge. Keep this resource at your fingertips to guide your curriculum and instruction—so all young children have the skills they need to succeed in kindergarten and beyond.

You'll get a wealth of downloadable online resources for implementing the framework, plus specific tips and strategies on addressing key topics such as behavior, classroom organization, and collaboration with families. You'll also see the framework in action, with recurring vignettes in diverse early childhood settings, including a public preschool, a Head Start classroom, and an early childhood special education classroom.

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63 Tactics for Teaching Diverse Learners Grades 6-12. Bob Algozzine, Pam Campbell & Adam Wang, $27.99

This collection of evidence-based instructional strategies enables general and special education teachers, novice or experienced, to address the learning needs of all students in diverse, inclusive classrooms. The authors provide a practical, research-based teaching model that focuses on planning, managing, delivering, and evaluating instruction for middle and secondary students with or without disabilities.


Social Skills Activities for Secondary Students with Special Needs, Grades 6-12, 2nd Edition. Darlene Mannix, $35.95

200 ready-to-use lessons and worksheets to help students learn social skills for home, school, work and the community.

The updated new edition of this valuable resource offers an exciting collection of worksheets to help adolescents build the social skills they need to interact effectively with others and learn how to apply these skills to various real-life settings, situations, and problems. The book provides complete teaching units focusing on 20 basic social skills, such as being a good listener, "reading" other people, and using common sense.

Social Skills Activities for Special Children, Grades K-5, 2nd Edition. Darlene Mannix, $39.95

Over 160 ready-to-use lessons and worksheets to help children use social skills inside and outside the classroom.

Each lesson places a specific skill within the context of real-life situations, giving teachers a means to guide students to think about why the social skill is important. The hands-on activity that accompanies each lesson helps students to work through, think about, discuss, and practice the skill in or outside of the classroom.


Special Education in Ontario Schools, 7th Edition. Sheila Bennett & Don Dworet with Ken Weber, $43.95

The 2013 edition of this terrific resource has been fully updated to reflect the changes and continuing issues in Ontario's special education system since the 2008 edition. An indispensable guide for all educators in Ontario schools, this is a hugely practical, insightful and inspiring look at identifying and developing the strengths of children with differing abilities and needs.

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Successful Inclusion for Students with Autism: Creating a Complete, Effective ASD Inclusion Program. Sonja de Boer, $39.95

Successful Inclusion for Students with Autism gives teachers in both special and general education as well as administrators the information they need to start and maintain an effective inclusion program for children with autism spectrum disorders. The book also offers a wealth of helpful forms, checklists, and handouts that will assist with implementing the inclusion program and ensure that all involved — educators, administrators, parents, and students — have the information necessary to make the program successful.


The Teacher’s Guide to Inclusive Education: 750 Strategies for Success! Peggy Hammeken, $50.95

This is a practical, comprehensive resource to help educators establish or enrich an inclusive education program to meet the needs of today’s diverse classroom environment. It includes strategies for working with students with English as a second language; students with special needs, at-risk and low achievers and students who simply need more support in order to be successful in the classroom.


Teacher’s Survival Guide: the Inclusive Classroom. Cynthia Simpson, Vicky Spencer & Jeffrey Bakken, $22.95

This practical guide offers tip for classroom success for working in mixed-ability classrooms, including advice and strategies on topics like differentiation, classroom management, establishing parent-teacher relationships and more.


Teaching Children with High-Functioning Autism: Strategies for the Inclusive Classroom. Claire Hughes-Lynch, $27.95

TEACHING CHILDREN WITH HIGH-FUNCTIONING AUTISM is designed to provide practical ideas and support to teachers who have students with high-functioning autism in their classroom. This book provides realistic descriptions of autism in the classroom, ideas for working with a wide range of professionals and integrating the various therapies within a classroom, suggestions for assessing students' learning, and a range of teaching ideas from behavioral interventions to content-area instruction. With ideas for writing a very strong, helpful IEP as well as ways to accommodate and manage the social, language, and anxiety-related issues children with high-functioning autism face in a general education setting, this guidebook is sure to help all teachers serve their students with autism in the inclusive classroom.

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Teaching Infants, Toddlers and Twos with Special Needs. Clarissa Willis, $28.95

Teaching Infants, Toddlers, and Twos with Special Needs is written for all teachers and directors who work with infants, toddlers, and twos, including special educators and educators working with typically developing children. This book specifically addresses the needs of children with developmental delays, as well as children at risk for developing special needs.

Each chapter includes strategies and adaptations that are easy to use and apply to all children. Examples are presented for managing the physical environment and for teaching skills that will enhance the overall development of infants, toddlers, and twos with special needs.


Teaching Kids with Learning Difficulties in the Regular Classroom: Ways to Challenge & Motivate Struggling Students to Achieve Proficiency with Required Standards. Susan Winebrenner, $47.95 (includes  CD-ROM)

A gold mine of practical, easy-to-use teaching methods, strategies, and tips, Teaching Kids with Learning Difficulties in the Regular Classroom helps teachers differentiate the curriculum in all subject areas to meet the needs of all learners—including those labeled remedial or LD; students of poverty; English language learners; and others who struggle to learn. Full of proven ways to significantly improve learning outcomes for students who score below proficiency levels, this is an essential resource for every educator. The included CD-ROM features all of the reproducibles from the book, plus many additional content organization and vocabulary charts covering study areas from art and music to math and science. Most forms are customizable. Macintosh and Windows compatible.


Teaching Math to People with Down Syndrome and Other Hands-On Learners: Strategies and Materials, 2nd Edition. DeAnna Horstmeier, $38.95

Children and adults with Down syndrome need math for the real world — counting with meaning, adding the scores in a game, and tracking time in order to keep to a schedule. Written in a straightforward and user-friendly style, the new second edition of Teaching Math to People with Down Syndrome provides strategies and activities that are relevant to daily living, are concrete and practical, offer hands-on practice, and provide opportunity for successful completion. It covers:

  • Pre-number Concepts
  • Counting
  • Recognition & Writing of Numbers
  • Time & Measurement
  • Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication & Division
  • Fractions
  • Money
  • Calculator Use

The included appendices, available to photocopy, are chockfull of over 150 activities — worksheets, games, and teaching aids — to practice math skills. Parents and teachers can use the comprehensive coverage of math concepts to tailor lessons to students’ needs at home and in the community, incorporate goals into IEPs, and help students access the general education curriculum.

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Teaching Pupils with Visual Impairment: a Guide to Making the School Curriculum Accessible. Ruth Salisbury, Editor, $65.95

Full of practical advice on making learning accessible for primary and secondary students with visual impairment, this book provides ideas:

  • for activities inside and outside the classroom
  • making the school’s physical environment accessible
  • inclusion in the school’s social environment

Teaching Students Thinking Skills and Strategies: a Framework for Cognitive Education in Inclusive Settings. Dorothy Howie, $43.95

Developing the ability to think is a major part of education, which helps students become independent learners and participate fully in a learning environment.

This book sets out the theory and outlines a model for implementing the teaching of thinking at whole-school, group and individual levels in inclusive settings. The model uses a three-tier approach to ensure that all learners are included: teaching thinking for all, which takes into account common needs; working with small groups, for those with exceptional needs such as learning difficulties or high ability; and addressing individualized learning needs, including those with a complex disability. The book also addresses the impact of different social contexts, cultures and environmental surroundings on learning.

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Teaching Students with Autism & Asperger's Syndrome in the Inclusive Classroom. Paula Kluth, $15.95 (Laminated Reference Guide)

Increasingly, special and general education teachers are collaborating in inclusive settings to educate students with Autism and Asperger's Syndrome. Furthermore, educators are finding that the differentiation of instruction for these students often results in better outcomes for all. This reference guide, written by Paula Kluth, author of YOU'RE GOING TO LOVE THIS KID provides a wide range of ideas for differentiating lessons, addressing behavior, fostering relationships, handling transitions and adapting the general education classroom for those students who present with the characteristics of Autism and Asperger's Syndrome. It includes essential information on the teaching of literacy and math, as well as tips to assist with homework. Valuable website/media/print resources are also provided.


Teaching Students with Special Needs in Inclusive Settings, 4th Canadian Edition. Smith, Polloway, Patton, Dowdy & McIntyre, $109.95

Teaching Students with Special Needs in Inclusive Settings continues to present an inclusive education philosophy and offer practical teacher-oriented inclusion techniques, via a categorical chapter organization. Unlike other texts in the discipline, Teaching Students both highlights the similarities and differences across Canada and frequently contrasts the Canadian situation with that of the US so that students are best informed about current special education practices throughout all of North America. Well-written and easy-to-read, this text offers a balanced presentation of theory and practice that students enjoy using, with evidence-based teaching suggestions that are very clear and helpful.


Teaching Transition Skills in Inclusive Schools. Teresa Grossi & Cassandra Cole, $32.50

This book introduces a unified framework for transition services in an integrated, cohesive process that gets all students ready for college, careers and citizenship. TEACHING TRANSITION SKILLS IN INCLUSIVE SCHOOLS helps educators and transition specialists make key improvements to transition services and instructional practices.

To help you strengthen your practices right away, you'll get practical tips and activities, specific examples of embedding transition skills into good classroom instruction, and recurring case studies that follow two students with different support needs and interests. And the included forms, assessment tools, student profile sheets, self-evaluations, and more will help you gather and organize key information on each student.

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Trainer's Guide to Building Blocks for Teaching Preschoolers with Special Needs, CD-ROM. Gail Joseph, Susan Sandall & Ilene Schwartz, $109.95

An essential teaching companion for instructors of pre-K educators, this convenient CD-ROM is a vivid blueprint for effective inclusive education using the popular Building Blocks approach. Following the structure of the bestselling textbook with almost 40 pages of all-new material, this comprehensive guide helps teacher educators provide effective instruction on the three types of Building Blocks inclusion strategies. This CD-ROM gives trainers everything they need to enhance their teacher preparation sessions.


Universal Design for Learning in Action: 100 Ways to Teach All Learners. Whitney Rapp, $41.95

Need creative ideas for moving UDL from theory to practice? Get this must-have quick guide, ready for any teacher to pick up and start using now. Whitney Rapp, co-author of the acclaimed Teaching Everyone, walks you step by step through 100 UDL strategies that strengthen student engagement, learning, and assessment. Based on the latest research (but still practical and fun!), these highly effective ideas will help you address diverse learning needs and increase all students' access to the general curriculum. Essential for every educator who wants to know what UDL really looks like, sounds like, and feels like — and how to use this proven approach to teach and reach all learners.

100 UDL STRATEGIES FOR:

  • Classroom space and materials: The best uses of seating, lighting, bulletin boards, and more
  • Classroom management: From smoother schedules and meetings to effective transition areas
  • Technologies: Fresh ways to use blogs, videoconferencing, e-books, and more
  • Content instruction: Teach academic content with tools like music, drawing, mnemonics, and humor
  • Social interaction: Creative games and small-group activities that sharpen all kids’ social skills
  • Executive functions: Great ideas for templates, rubrics, graphic organizers, timers, and web-based materials
  • Transition to adulthood: Prepare students for the real world with charts, goal plans, and more
  • Assessment: New ways kids can show what they know — from adapted tests to family projects

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You, Your Child, and "Special" Education: a Guide to Dealing with the System; Revised Edition.  Barbara Coyne Cutler, $32.50

Going far beyond abstract advice, You, Your Child, and "Special" Education makes successful advocacy come to life through sample letters and dialogues, realistic vignettes, practical materials like a detailed classroom observation checklist, and solutions to large and small problems that might arise. This is an essential resource for every professional to share with the families they serve. Parents will discover how to become strong, independent, and effective advocates—and their children will get an inclusive and appropriate education that helps them reach their full potential.


You're Going to Love this Kid! Teaching Students with Autism in the Inclusive Classroom, Second Edition. Paula Kluth, $49.50

Thousands of educators have turned to You're Going to Love This Kid! for fresh ways to welcome and teach students with autism — and now the book teachers trust is fully revised and more practical than ever! Gathering feedback from teachers across the country during her popular workshops, autism expert Paula Kluth targeted this second edition to the specific needs of today's primary and secondary school educators.

Readers will also get updates on all of the other topics covered in the first edition, including fostering friendships, building communication skills, planning challenging and multidimensional lessons, and adapting the curriculum and the physical environment. And with the new first-person stories from people with autism and their teachers and parents, readers will have a better understanding of students on the spectrum and how to include them successfully.

A book that teachers will keep forever, this is the ultimate practical guide to including students with autism, teaching them effectively and sensitively, and appreciating the gifts they bring to the classroom.

You're Going to Love this Kid! A Professional Development Package, K-12. Paula Kluth, $187.50 (includes DVD & Facilitator's Guide)

What do great inclusive schools really look like? The answers are on this powerful DVD that will help make your school an inclusion success story.

Paula Kluth brings together more than a dozen of her colleagues for this complete professional development package on effective inclusion. Hosted by Paula and expanding on key lessons from her bestselling books and popular presentations, the 55-minute professional development video walks you through the what, why, and how of honoring and supporting all learners. Through clips of real teachers in successful inclusive classrooms and interviews with educators, administrators, a parent, and students, you'll discover practical ways to help your school become a stronger community where all learners use their unique gifts and achieve their full potential.

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Complete Booklist

Learning Strategies, Programming & Assessment  

Addressing the Unproductive Classroom Behaviours of Students with Special Needs. Steve Chinn, $32.95

Antecedent Assessment & Intervention: Supporting Children & Adults with Developmental Disabilities in Community Settings. James Luiselli, $57.95

Autism: Classroom Strategies from A-Z. Wendy Ashcroft, Sue Argiro & Joyce Keohane, $13.95 (Laminated Reference Guide)

Behavior Solutions for the Inclusive Classroom. Beth Aune, Beth Burt & Peter Gennaro, $19.95

Best Practices for the Inclusive Classroom: Scientifically Based Strategies for Success. Edited by Richard Boon & Vicky Spencer, $45.50

Blended Practices for Teaching Young Children in Inclusive Settings. Jennifer Grisham-Brown et al, $36.95

Building Blocks for Teaching Preschoolers with Special Needs, 2nd Edition. Susan Sandall & Ilene Schwartz, $57.50

Building Sensory Friendly Classrooms to Support Children with Challenging Behaviors.  Rebecca Moyes, $24.95

Children with Exceptionalities in Canadian Classrooms. Margaret Winzer, $183.15

Collaborative Teaming: Teachers’ Guides to Inclusive Practices, 2nd Edition. Martha Snell & Rachel Janney, $33.95

Common Sense for the Inclusive Classroom: How Teachers Can Maximize Existing Skills to Support Special Educational Needs. Richard Hanks, $27.95

Complete Learning Disabilities Handbook: Ready-to-Use Strategies & Activities for Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities, 3rd Edition. Joan Harwell, $35.95 (K-12)

Complete Reading Disabilities Handbook: Ready-to-Use Techniques for Teaching Reading Disabled Students. Wilma Miller, $35.99

Co-Teaching in Secondary Schools: 7 Steps to Successful Inclusion. Lisa Dieker & Rebecca Hines, $13.95 (Laminated Reference Guide)

Count Me In! Ideas for Actively Engaging Students in Inclusive Classrooms. Richard Rose & Michael Shevlin, $34.95

Creating Inclusion and Well-Being for Marginalized Students: Whole-School Approaches to Supporting Children's Grief, Loss, and Trauma. Edited by Linda Goldman, $45.95

Creating Inclusive Learning Environments for Young Children: What to Do on Monday Morning. Clarissa Willis, $38.95

The Differentiated Classroom: Responding to the Needs of All Learners. Carol Ann Tomlinson, $24.95

Differentiating Instruction with Menus for the Inclusive Classroom: Language Arts, Grades 3-5. Laurie Westphal, $30.95

"Don't We Already Do Inclusion?" 100 Ideas for Improving Inclusive Schools. Paula Kluth, $29.95

An Educator’s Guide to Special Education Law, 2nd Edition. Brenda Bowlby, Catherine Peters & Martha MacKinnon, $63.00

Effective Inclusive Schools: Designing Successful Schoolwide Programs. Thomas Hehir, $35.95

Embracing Disabilities in the Classroom: Strategies to Maximize Students' Assets. Toby Karten, $30.99

From Disability to Possibility: the Power of Inclusive Classrooms. Patrick Schwarz, $26.50

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From Home to School with Autism: How to Make Inclusion a Success. K.I. Al-Ghani & Lynda Kenward, $34.95

Functional Assessment & Curriculum for Teaching Students with Disabilities — Volumes I-IV. Michael Bender, Peter Valletutti, Carol Ann Baglin & Audrey Smith Hoffnung, $78.50 each

          Volume I:  Self-Care, Motor Skills, House Management and Living Skills
          Volume II: Nonverbal Communication, Oral Communications and Literacy Preparation
          Volume III: Functional Academics
          Volume IV: Interpersonal, Competitive Job-Finding and Leisure-Time Skills

Getting Beyond Bullying and Exclusion PreK-5: Empowering Children in Inclusive Classrooms. Ronald Mah, $19.95

Getting the Most Out of IEPs: an Educator’s Guide to the Student-Directed Approach. Colleen Thoma & Paul Wehman, $34.50

Great Ideas: Using Service-Learning and Differentiated Instruction to Help Your Students Succeed. Pamela Gent, $41.95

A Guide to Itinerant Early Childhood Special Education Services. Laurie Dinnebeil & William McInerney, $53.95

Help for Struggling Students: Ready-to-Use Strategies and Lessons to Build Attention, Memory, and Organizational Skills. Mimi Gold, $44.95

Helping Low Achievers Succeed at Mathematics: Grades 2-8. Derek Haylock & Marcel D’Eon, $34.95

Helping Adolescents with ADHD & Learning Disabilities. Judith Grenbaum & Geraldine Markel, $43.50

How to Reach & Teach All Students in the Inclusive Classroom: Ready-to-Use Strategies, Lessons and Activities for Teaching Students with Diverse Learning Needs. Sandra Rief & Julie Heimburge, $48.95 (Grades 3 -8)

ICP™ – The Inclusive Classroom Profile Set, Research Edition. Elana Soukakou, $96.95

The IEP from A to Z: How to Create Meaningful and Measurable Goals and Objectives. Diane Twachtman-Cullen & Jennifer Twachtman-Bassett, $35.95

Including Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders Into Less Restrictive Educational Settings. Edited by Joanne Gerenser & Mary McDonald, $32.95

Including One, Including All: a Guide to Relationship-Based Early Childhood Inclusion. Leslie Roffman, Todd Wanerman & Cassandra Britton, $46.95

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Inclusion: 450 Strategies for Success. Peggy Hammeken, $37.95

Inclusion of Exceptional Learners in Canadian Schools: a Practical Handbook for Teachers, 5th Edition. Nancy Hutchinson, $124.00

Inclusion, Play and Empathy: Neuroaffective Development in Children's Groups. Edited by Susan Hart, $40.95

Inclusion of Students with Autism: Using ABA Based Supports in General Education. Joel Hundert, $58.95

Inclusion Strategies That Work for Adolescent Learners. Toby Karten, $51.25

Inclusive Classroom: a Practical Guide for Educators (Grades 3-9). SiriNam Khalsa, $23.95

Inclusive Lesson Plans Throughout the Year: Early Childhood. Laverne Warner, Sharon Lynch, Cynthia Simpson & Diana Nabors, $34.95

Inclusive Programming for High School Students with Autism or Asperger’s Syndrome. Sheila Wagner, $33.95

Involving Parents of Students with Special Needs: 25 Ready-to-Use Strategies. Jill Dardig, $30.99 (PK - 12)

Kids with Special Needs: Information and Activities to Promote Awareness and Understanding. Veronica Getskow & Dee Konczal, $25.95

Let’s Write! A Ready-to-Use Activities Program for Learners with Special Needs. Cynthia Stowe, $45.95

Life Skills Activities for Secondary Students with Special Needs Grades 6-12, 2nd Edition. Darlene Mannix, $39.95

Life Skills Activities for Special Children. Darlene Mannix, $39.95

Listen & Recall: Memory Strategies for Adolescents and Adults. Carrie van der Laan, $38.50

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Making Differentiation a Habit: How to Ensure Success in Academically Diverse Classrooms. Diane Heacox, $43.99 (Book with CD-ROM)

Making Inclusion Work: Effective Practices for All Teachers. John Beattie, LuAnn Jordan & Bob Algozzine, $19.95

Making Inclusion Work for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders: an Evidence-Based Guide. Tristram Smith, $61.50

Making Preschool Inclusion Work: Strategies for Supporting Children, Teachers & Programs. Diane Klein & Anne Marie Richardson-Gibbs, $53.95

Meeting Special Educational Needs in Secondary Classrooms: Inclusion and How to Do It, 2nd Edition. Sue Briggs, $57.95

Modifying Schoolwork: Teachers’ Guides to Inclusive Practices, 3rd Edition. Rachel Janney & Martha Snell, $36.50 (K-12)

More Behavior Solutions In and Beyond the Inclusive Classroom: a Must-Have for Teachers and Other Educational Professionals. Beth Aune, Beth Burt & Peter Gennaro, $18.95

The Multiple Menu Model: a Practical Guide for Developing Differentiated Curriculum. Joseph Renzulli, Jann Leppien & Thomas Hays, $40.95

Observation, Assessment and Planning in Inclusive Autism Education: Supporting Learning and Development. Carmel Conn, $60.95

The Paraprofessional’s Guide to the Inclusive Classroom: Working as a Team. Mary Beth Doyle, $45.50

The Paraprofessional’s Essential Guide to Inclusive Education. Peggy Hammeken, $48.50

Pedro's Whale.  Paula Kluth & Patrick Schwarz, Illustrated by Justin Canha, $26.50

Peer Buddy Programs for Successful Secondary School Inclusion. Carolyn Hughes & Erik Carter, $34.50

Peer Support Strategies for Improving All Students' Social Lives and Learning. Erik Carter, Lisa Cushing & Craig Kennedy, $35.95

Play and Friendship in Inclusive Autism Education: Supporting Learning and Development. Carmel Conn, $60.95

The Power of Peers in the Classroom: Enhancing Learning and Social Skills. Edited by Karen Harris & Lynn Meltzer, $47.50

Practical Strategies for Elementary School Inclusion. June Stride, $30.95

Practical Strategies for Inluding High School Students. June Stride, $33.95

Practical Strategies for Middle School Inclusion. Eileen Bowers, $28.95

Prevent Teach Reinforce for Young Children: the Early Childhood Model of Individualized Positive Behavior Support. Glen Dunlap, Kelly Wilson, Phillip Strain & Janice Lee, $59.50

Promoting Social Skills in the Classroom. Kimber Wilkerson, Aaron Perzigian & Jill Schurr, $33.50

Promoting Social Success: a Curriculum for Children with Special Needs. Gary Siperstein & Emily Rickards, $46.50

Recognize, Respond, Report: Preventing and Addressing Bullying of Students with Special Needs. Lori Ernsperger, $39.50 (K-12)

Resources for Teaching Children with Diverse Abilities Birth through Twelve. Penny Low Deiner et al, $72.95

The Scholastic Differentiated Instruction Plan Book. $17.99 (Includes CD-ROM with checklists and planning forms)

The School Counselor's Guide to Helping Students with Disabilities, Grades K-12. Laura Marshak, Claire Dandeneau, Fran Prezant & Nadene L'Amoreaux, $39.95

School Shadow Guidelines. Jed Baker & Alex Liau WM, $22.95

Seeing All Kids as Readers: a New Vision for Literacy in the Inclusive Early Childhood Classroom. Christopher Kliewer, $26.95

Six Steps to Inclusive Preschool Curriculum: a UDL-Based Framework for Children's School Success. Eva Horn, et al, $55.50

63 Tactics for Teaching Diverse Learners Grades 6-12. Bob Algozzine, Pam Campbell & Adam Wang, $27.99

Social Relationships and Peer Support. Rachel Janney & Martha Snell, $30.50

Social Skills Activities for Secondary Students with Special Needs, Grades 6-12, 2nd Edition.  Darlene Mannix, $35.95

Social Skills Activities for Special Children, Grades K-5, 2nd Edition. Darlene Mannix, $39.95

Special Education in Ontario Schools, 7th Edition. Sheila Bennett & Don Dworet with Ken Weber, $43.95

The Special Educator’s Book of Lists. Roger Pierangelo, $43.99

Special Educator’s Complete Guide to 301 Diagnostic Tests: How to Select & Interpret Tests, Use Results in IEPS, and Remediate Specific Difficulties, 2nd Edition. Roger Pierangelo & George Giuliani, $42.99

The Special Educator’s Survival Guide, 2nd Edition. Roger Pierangelo, $42.99

Student-Directed Learning: Teacher’s Guides to Inclusive Practices. Martin Agran et al, $37.95

Strategies for Inclusion: a Handbook for Physical Educators. Lauren Lieberman & Cathy Houston-Wilson, $44.95

Successful Inclusion for Students with Autism: Creating a Complete, Effective ASD Inclusion Program. Sonja de Boer, $39.95

Successful Inclusion Strategies for Early Childhood Teachers. Cynthia Simpson & Laverne Warner, $29.95

The Survival Guide for Teachers of Gifted Kids: How to Plan, Manage, and Evaluate Programs for Gifted Youth K-12. Jim Delisle & Barbara Lewis, $33.95

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The Teacher’s Guide to Inclusive Education: 750 Strategies for Success! Peggy Hammeken, $50.95

The Teacher's Guide to Intervention and Inclusive Education: 1000+ Strategies to help ALL Students Succeed! Glynis Hannell, $42.95

Teacher’s Survival Guide: the Inclusive Classroom. Cynthia Simpson, Vicky Spencer & Jeffrey Bakken, $22.95

Teaching Children with High-Functioning Autism: Strategies for the Inclusive Classroom. Claire Hughes-Lynch, $27.95

Teaching Infants, Toddlers and Twos with Special Needs. Clarissa Willis, $28.95

Teaching Kids with Learning Difficulties in the Regular Classroom: Ways to Challenge & Motivate Struggling Students to Achieve Proficiency with Required Standards. Susan Winebrenner, $47.95 (includes CD-ROM)

Teaching Learning Strategies and Study Skills to Students with Learning Disabilities, Attention Deficit Disorders or Special Needs. Stephen Strichart & Charles Mangrum II, $41.95

Teaching Math to People with Down Syndrome and Other Hands-On Learners: Strategies and Materials, 2nd Edition. DeAnna Horstmeier, $38.95

Teaching Mathematics to Students with Learning Disabilities, 3rd Edition. Nancy Bley & Carol Thornton, $55.95

Teaching Pupils with Visual Impairment: a Guide to Making the School Curriculum Accessible. Ruth Salisbury, Editor, $65.95

Teaching Students Thinking Skills and Strategies: a Framework for Cognitive Education in Inclusive Settings. Dorothy Howie, $43.95

Teaching Students with Autism & Asperger's Syndrome in the Inclusive Classroom. Paula Kluth, $17.50 (Laminated Reference Guide)

Teaching the Tiger: a Handbook for Individuals Involved in the Education of Students with Attention Deficit Disorders, Tourette Syndrome or Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Marilyn Dornbush & Sheryl Pruitt, $49.95

Teaching Transition Skills in Inclusive Schools. Teresa Grossi & Cassandra Cole, $32.50

Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities. Roger Pierangelo & George Giuliani, $50.95

Teaching Students with Special Needs in Inclusive Settings, 4th Canadian Edition. Smith, Polloway, Patton, Dowdy & McIntyre, $109.95

Technology, Computers and the Special Needs Learner. John Ray & M. Kathleen Warden, $73.95

Trainer's Guide to Building Blocks for Teaching Preschoolers with Special Needs, CD-ROM.  Gail Joseph, Susan Sandall & Ilene Schwartz, $109.95

Universal Design for Learning in Action: 100 Ways to Teach All Learners. Whitney Rapp, $41.95

What Every Teacher Should Know about Students with Special Needs: Promoting Success in the Classroom. Roger Pierangelo & George Giuliani, $25.95

Writing Skills Activities for Special Children. Darlene Mannix, $39.99

You, Your Child, and "Special" Education: a Guide to Dealing with the System; Revised Edition.  Barbara Coyne Cutler, $32.50

You're Going to Love this Kid! Teaching Students with Autism in the Inclusive Classroom, 2nd Edition. Paula Kluth, $49.50

You're Going to Love this Kid! A Professional Development Package, K-12. Paula Kluth, $187.50 (includes DVD & Facilitator's Guide)

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