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EG Cohen, CM Brody, M Sapon-Shevin - 2004 - books.google.com

Teacher educators from ten institutions and programs in the United States, Canada, and Germany describe the ways in which they have changed teacher preparation to more fully incorporate cooperative learning concepts. Analytical commentaries on the programs

M Sapon-Shevin - Theory into practice, 1996 - Taylor & Francis

If we include a student like Justin, the other kids will destroy him…. The kids in my class have no tolerance for kids who are different in any way…. And if we have to plan for a student like Marianna, our teachers will need time to meet and plan together…. The above statements

Cooperative learning and inclusion

M Sapon-Shevin, B Ayres, J Duncan-Creativity and collaborative..., 1984-academia.edu

As schools move closer to the goal of providing education for all children within inclusive classrooms and schools, increasing amounts of attention and energy are being devoted to developing pedagogical approaches that are appropriate in heterogeneous classrooms. It …

M Sapon-Shevin - Educational Leadership, 2001 - ERIC

In teacher-education programs, discussions of multiculturalism have been largely separate from those about inclusion of students with disabilities. Classrooms have always been heterogeneous. This article discusses strategies for ensuring inclusive curricula, pedagogy …

Author line, M Sapon-Shevin - Educational Leadership, 1995 - ERIC

inclusive schools have a cohesive sense of community open to differences and responsive to individual needs. This sense of community is disrupted by the practice of pulling out gifted children for special services. Inclusion involves changes in philosophy, curriculum, teaching

M Sapon-Shevin - Journal of Teacher …, 2001 - journals.sagepub.com

The study was designed to trouble the commonsense notion in the field that cohorts, groups of students who move through an educational program together, provide the optimal structure for preparing future teachers. Using collaborative inductive methods, this study by …

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