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Co-Teaching in Inclusive Classrooms: A Metasynthesis of Qualitative Research
Thirty-two qualitative investigations of co-teaching in inclusive classrooms were included in a metasynthesis employing qualitative research integration techniques. It was concluded that co-teachersExpand
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Teacher Perceptions of Mainstreaming/Inclusion, 1958–1995: A Research Synthesis
Twenty-eight investigations were identified in which general education teachers were surveyed regarding their perceptions of including students with disabilities in their classes. Research synthesisExpand
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Summarizing Single-Subject Research
In this article, literature concerning the quantitative synthesis (meta-analysis) of single-subject research literature is reviewed. First, the general rationale for such an approach is discussed.Expand
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The Quantitative Synthesis of Single-Subject Research
This article describes procedures recently employed for the quantitative synthesis of single-subject research literature in special education using examples from recent synthesis efforts. Expand
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Case Studies in Co-Teaching in the Content Areas
This article presents recent findings from several long-term qualitative investigations of co-teaching in science and social studies content-area classes, in which collaborating teachers and studentsExpand
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Differentiated Curriculum Enhancement in Inclusive Middle School Science
This investigation compared quantitative outcomes associated with classwide peer tutoring using differentiated hands-on activities vs. teacher-directed instruction for students with mild disabilitiesExpand
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Promoting Inclusion in Secondary Classrooms
Although less frequently represented in the literature, inclusion on the secondary level represents a significant challenge for educators. Of particular concern are issues of academic complexity,Expand
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The Inclusive Classroom: Strategies for Effective Instruction
Written by highly respective researchers in the field, "The Inclusive Classroom" is a book that prepares readers to feel secure in their ability to instruct K-12 learners with disabilities and otherExpand
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How to Summarize Single-Participant Research: Ideas and Applications
This article describes the need for systematic methods for summarizing single-participant research, describes various approaches for quantitative synthesis, and reviews conclusions of completedExpand
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Feasibility and Consequences of Response to Intervention
This paper provides a response to the thoughtful paper presented by Gerber in this issue and at the National Research Center on Learning Disabilities Responsiveness-to-Intervention Symposium inExpand
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