|This is a site for early childlhood service
providers and families of young children. It
offers demonstrations/info about efffective
practices of inclusive educational programs
for children from birth through age eight.
|Special Education Resources on the
Internet. This site has a listing of
resources on the internet for inclusion
|Taken from the Cobb County Special
Education Support site, this is a true/false
type questionnaire about inclusion.
|Review of history and current
research on inclusion.
|"Professional Responsibilities: Building
Collaborative Relationships to Impact
Student Learning." Designed for staff
development, it includes group activities
and service delivery models.
|Chart taken from PowerPoint above
that shows the different models for
providing inclusive services.
|Website sponsored by the Marsha
Forest Center. Includes
workshops, training tools, articles,
|Info on creating an inclusion
classroom, technology in
inclusion, assistive tech,
resources for parents, teachers
|Taken from the ASHA Leader, this explains the
relationship between skills SLPs work on and
pre-reading and reading skills' development.
Great for staff training about what we do!
|Essential Questions for all GA
curriculum areas, grades k-8
|This is a link to the page with