IT17655Alber, S. R. et al (1999) Teaching Middle School Students with Learning Disabilities to Recruit Positive Teacher AttentionSelect
IT16724Arceneaux, Marcia C. (1997) Peer prompting reduces disruptive vocalizations of a student with developmental disabilities in a general eighth-grade classroomSelect
IT16746Beaumont, Carol J. (1999) Dilemmas of peer assistance in a bilingual full inclusion classroomSelect
IT16772Blum, H. Timothy (2202) Literature circles: A tool for self-determination in one middle school inclusive classroomSelect
IT17646Bryant , R. et al (1999) Rural general education teachers' opinions of adaptationsSelect
IT16789Bryant, Diane Pedrotty (2001) The Effects of Professional Development for Middle School General and Special Education Teachers on Implementation of Reading Strategies in Inclusive Content Area ClassesSelect
IT17656Burke, M.D. (2003) The Efficacy of Function-based Interventions for Students with Learning Disabilities who Exhibit Escape-Maintained Problem Behaviors: preliminary results from a single-case experimentSelect
IT16805Caseau, Dana (1997) Special Education Teachers Use Science-Technology-Society (STS) Themes To Teach Science To Students with Learning DisabilitiesSelect
IT16834Curry, M. (1997) Providing emotional support through circle-time: a case study.Select
IT16835Cushing, Lisa Sharon (1997) Disentangling the effect of curricular revision and social grouping within cooperative learning arrangementsSelect
IT16842De La Paz, Susan (1999) Self-regulated strategy instruction in regular education settings: Improving outcomes for students with and without learning disabilitiesSelect
IT16848Denton, Melissa (1994) The Marriage of Special and Regular Education through InclusionSelect
IT16863DuPaul, G. J. (1997) Mainstreaming students with behavior disorders: The use of classroom peers as facilitators of generalizationSelect
IT16874Fancourt, Nigel (2003) Whole-class strategies in Religious EducationSelect
IT16878Fernandez, Miguel (2000) Educating Mary: A Special Education Case Study in One Western Australian High SchoolSelect
IT16884Fisher, Douglas (2001) Access to the core curriculum: Critical ingredients for student successSelect
IT17284Flem, Annlaug (2000) Towards inclusive schools: a study of how a teacher facilitate differentiated instructionSelect
IT16888Fletcher, Todd V. (1999) Accommodating English language learners with language and learning disabilities in bilingual education classroomsSelect
IT16894Frederickson, Norah (2002) Utilizing the classroom peer group to address children's social needs: An evaluation of the Circle of Friends intervention approachSelect
IT16895Fuchs, Douglas (1997) Peer-Assisted Learning Strategies: Making Classrooms More Responsive to DiversitySelect
IT16901Fuchs, L. S. (1996) The relation between student ability and the quality and effectiveness of explanationsSelect
IT16896Fuchs, Lynn S. (1995) General Educators' Specialized Adaptation for Students with Learning DisabilitiesSelect
IT16908Gerber, Paul J. (1999) Consumer perspectives on the collaborative teaching model: Views of students with and without LD and their parentsSelect
IT16914Gibb, Gordon S. (1997) A team-based junior high inclusion program: Parent perceptions and feedbackSelect
IT16916Gilberts, Guy H. (2001) The effects of peer delivered self-monitoring strategies on the participation of students with severe disabilities in general education classroomsSelect
IT16917Goatley, Virginia J. (1996) The participation of a student identified as learning disabled in a regular education blook cub: The case of StarkSelect
IT17309Haager, Diane (2001) Early Reading Intervention for English Language Learners At-Risk for Learning Disabilities: Student and Teacher Outcomes in an Urban School.Select
IT16946Higgins, James William (2001) The Effects of a Token Economy Employing Instructional Consequences for a Third-Grade Student with Learning Disabilities: A Data-based Case StudySelect
IT16952Howard-Rose, Dawn (1994) Students' adaptation to task environments in resource room and regular class settingsSelect
IT16962Hunt, P. (2001) Across-program collaboration to support students with and without disabilities in a general education classroomSelect
IT17659Hunt, P. et al (1996) Creating socially supportive environments for fully included students who experience multiple disabilitiesSelect
IT16961Hunt, Pam (1997) Promoting interactive partnerships in inclusive educational settingsSelect
IT16965Jacques, N. (1998) Cooperative learning and social acceptance of children with mild intellectual disabilitySelect
IT16966James, Frances (1996) The development of differentiated teaching strategiesSelect
IT16967Janney, R. E. (1996) How teachers use peer interactions to include students with moderate and severe disabilities in elementary general education classesSelect
IT16971Jarvis, Joy (2002) Exclusion by inclusion? Issues for deaf pupils and their mainstream teachersSelect
IT17523Jordan, Anne (2001) Patterns of Teacher-Student Interaction in Inclusive Elementary Classrooms and Correlates with Student Self-ConceptSelect
IT16981Kastner, Joan (1995) Use of incentive structure in mainstream classesSelect
IT16987Kennedy, Craig H.(1997) General Education Participation Improves the Social Contacts and Friendship Networks of Students with Severe DisabilitiesSelect
IT16996Klingner, Janette Kettmann (1998) Inclusion or Pull-Out: Which Do Students Prefer?Select
IT17008Lederer, Jeffrey M. (2000) Reciprocal teaching of social studies in inclusive elementary classroomsSelect
IT17022Luth, Robin (2001) The electronic mirror and emotional growth: Influencing self-appraisals and motivational affects in students with EBD through the use of computer mediated educationSelect
IT17024MacArthur, Charles A. (2002) On defending controversial viewpoints: Debates of sixth graders about the desirability of early 20th-century American immigrationSelect
IT17312Mastropieri, Margo A. (2000) Putting Mnemonic Strategies to Work in an Inclusive ClassroomSelect
IT17035McDonnell, John (2003) The achievement of students with developmental disabilities and their peers without disabilities in inclusive settings: An exploratory studySelect
IT17290McDonnell, John M. (2001) Supporting the inclusion of students with moderate and severe disabilities in junior high school general education classes: The effects of classwide peer tutoring, multi-element curriculum, and accommodationsSelect
IT17083Mortweet, S.L. (1999) Classwide peer tutoring: Teaching students with mild mental retardation in inclusive classroomsSelect
IT17658Palincsar, A.S. et al (2001) Making Science Accessible to All: results of a design experiment in inclusive classroomsSelect
IT17110Palincsar, Annemarie Sullivan (2000) Investigating the engagement and learning of students with learning disabilities in guided inquiry science teachingSelect
IT17134Pugach, Marleen C. (1995) Teachers' and Students' Views of Team Teaching of General Education and Learning-Disabled Students in Two Fifth-Grade ClassesSelect
IT17140Rea, Patricia J. (2002) Outcomes for students with learning disabilities in inclusive and pullout programsSelect
IT17316Riesen, Tim (2003) A Comparison of Constant Time Delay and Simultaneous Prompting Within Embedded Instruction in General Education Classes with Students with Moderate to Severe DisabilitiesSelect
IT17155Saint-Laurent, Lise (1998) Academic Achievement Effects of an In-Class Service Model on Students with and without DisabilitiesSelect
IT17657Salisbury, C.L., Gallucci, C., Palombard, M.M. & Peck, C.A. (1995) Strategies that prmote social relations among elementary students with and without severe deisabilities in inclusive schoolsSelect
IT17172Scruggs, T. E. (1994) Successful Mainstreaming in Elementary Science Classes - a Qualitative Study of 3 Reputational CasesSelect
IT17182Sideridis, Georgios D. (1998) An intervention strategy to enhance spelling performance and social interaction and to decrease inappropriate behaviours of students with mild disabilities and typical peers in an inclusive instructional settingSelect
IT17188Snyder, M. C. (1997) Teaching secondary students with learning disabilities to self- manage classroom survival skillsSelect
IT17198Stevens, Robert J. (1995) Effects of a Cooperative Learning Approach in Reading and Writing on Academically Handicapped and Nonhandicapped StudentsSelect
IT17199Stevens, Robert J. (1995) The Cooperative Elementary School: Effects on Students' Achievement, Attitudes, and Social RelationsSelect
IT17203Summey, Heidi K. (1997) An Exploratory Study of Mainstreamed Seventh Graders' Perceptions of an Inclusive Approach to InstructionSelect
IT17215Todd, Anne W. (1999) Self-monitoring and self-recruited praise: Effects on problem behavior, academic engagement, and work completion in a typical classroomSelect
IT17234Waters, Trisha (2002) The therapeutic use of story writingSelect
IT17238Wehmeyer, Michael L. (2003) The effects of self-regulation strategies on goal attainment for students with developmental disabilities in general education classroomsSelect
IT17253Wolford, Patricia L. (2001) Teaching middle school students with learning disabilities to recruit peer assistance during cooperative learning group activitiesSelect
IT17263Xin, Joy F. (1999) Computer-Assisted Cooperative Learning in Integrated Classrooms for Students with and without DisabilitiesSelect
IT17372Yasutake, D. (1996) The effects of combining peer tutoring and attribution training on students' perceived self-competenceSelect
IT17269Zembylas, Michalinos (2002) Teaching Science to Students with Learning Disabilities: Subverting the Myths of Labeling Through Teachers' Caring and EnthusiasmSelect
IT17277Zigmond, Naomi (1995) Inclusion in Kansas: Educational Experiences of Students with Learning Disabilities in One Elementary SchoolSelect