The Practices of Inclusive Teacher Preparation Programs (Annotated Bibliography1996-2007)



Nowadays, teacher preparation programs across the country are undergoing continuous structural changes in response to the increased call for inclusive practices in schools. Special and general educators alike are required to have positive attitudes, dispositions, and the competency to successfully educate children with diverse backgrounds.

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Bibliography: Positive Behavioral Support Planning

Barringer, C., & Cheney, D. (1997). Staff development and the inclusion of middle school students with emotional and behavioral disorders in regular education: Findings from Project DESTINY. In C. Liberton, K. Kutash, and R. Friedman (Eds.), The 9th Annual Research Conference Proceedings, A System of Care for Children's Mental Health: Expanding the Research Base (March 6-8, 1996) (pp. 347-354). Tampa, FL: University of South Florida, Florida Mental Health Institute, Research and Training Center for Children's Mental Health.


Bibliography: Emotional Disabilities as a Disability Category

Alberto, P. and Troutman, A. (1990). Applied behavior analysis for teachers. Columbus: Merrill Publishing Company.

Kaufmann, J.M. (1997). Characteristics of emotional and behavioral disorders of children and youth (6th ed.). Columbus, OH: Merrill.

Vann, R. (1996). Types of youth aggression and violence and implications for prevention and treatment. In the Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders (Eds.). Mini-library Series on Emotional/Behavioral Disorders. Virginia: CCBD.

Functional Behavioral Assessment of Students with Emotional or Behavioral Problems


Bibliography: Inclusive Education Practices for Students with Emotional Disabilities in the Primary Grades

Cheney, D. (in press). A transdisciplinary model for students' social and emotional development: Creating a context for inclusion. In J.R. Scotti and L.H. Meyer (Eds.) New Directions for Behavioral Intervention: Principles, Models, and Practices. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes.

Muscott, H., Morgan, D., & Meadows, N. (1996). Planning and implementing effective programs for school-aged children and youth with emotional/behavioral disorders within inclusive schools. In the Council for Children with Behavioral Disorders (Eds.) Minilibrary Series on Emotional/Behavioral Disorders. Virginia: CCBD.

Bibliography: Innovative and Inclusive Curriculum Models

Jacobs, H. H. (Ed.). (1989). Interdisciplinary curriculum: Design and implementation. Alexandria, Virginia: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.

Bibliography: Resources for High School Inclusion

The following items have been particularly useful in working with High Schools through the Systems Change 2000's High School Inclusion initiative.

Engaging and Inclusive Instructional Strategies

Bibliography: General Instructional Strategies and Curriculum

Bauer, A. M., & Shea, T. H. (1999). Inclusion 101: How to teach all learners. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes, Publishing Co.

Bergen, D. (1993). Teaching strategies: Facilitating friendship development in inclusion classrooms. Childhood Education, 69(4), 234-36.

Block, M. E. (1994). A teacher's guide to including students with disabilities in regular physical education. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes, Publishing Co

Carbo, M. (1996). Reading styles: High gains for the bottom third. Educational Leadership, 53(5), 8-13.

Bibliography: Teaching Children Positive Peer Relationship and Personal Competency Skills

Bryant, B. (1998). Children's coping at school: The relevance of "failure" and cooperative learning for enduring peer and academic success. In Meyer, L., Park, H., Grenot-Scheyer, M., Schwartz, I., Harry, B., (Eds.), (1998). Making Friends. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes.

Fuchs, D., Fuchs, L., & Bahr, M. (1990). Social skills rating system. MN: American Guidance Service.

Johnson, L.J. and Pugach, M.C. (1991). Accommodating the needs of students with mild learning and behavioral problems through peer collaboration. Exceptional Children, 57,454-461.

Bibliography: Early Intervention / Prevention Strategies

Cheney, D., & Muscott, H. (1996). Preventing school failure for students with emotional and behavioral disabilities through responsible inclusion. Preventing School Failure, 40(3), 109-116.

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