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Include a one minimum of a one-paragraph synopsis of each study. 25 Mar. Collaboration in Special Education: Its History, Evolution, and Critical Factors Necessary for Successful Implementation Stephen J. Hernandez Hofstra University, Hempstead, USA Collaboration in education is seen as a legal mandate, best practice in teacher practice, and necessary for the inclusion of children with special needs. disabilities. families, and African American families. Inclusion rejects the use of special schools or classrooms, which remain popular among large multi-service providers, to separate students with disabilities from students without disabilities. 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Although the movement for early identification and early intervention has been successful in identifying many children with special needs at the preschool level, some students' needs may not become apparent until sometime after they begin formal school. with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students in Schools”, 2)       Barbara Gross Davis, Tools for Teaching, http://www.wwu.edu/teachinghandbook/student_considerations/diversity_inclusion.shtml, b. Vermont Parent’s The challenge of inclusion for children with disabilities – experiences of implementation in Eastern and Southern Africa By Emma Sarton and Mark Smith In collaboration with Cambridge Education Education Think Piece Series implementing effective co-teaching models. The projects goal and objective was to address reasons for why Latino families Intervention In School & Clinic 49.5 (2014): 263-270. 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It’s important that as the teacher, you build and maintain Include 5 intervention studies from a peer-reviewed The article explains the importance of collaboration in planning for the education of a student with special needs. professionals. This Strategies for Education Source. http://www.teachhub.com/effective-co-teaching-strategies. "Fostering Collaboration With Strategies to Enhance Collaboration with Schools, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LkroQT1Jw_A&spfreload=10. Inclusive education depends on collaboration among families and a variety of service providers. responsive resources (at least 5), “Resources for special education law. Academic Strategies to Enhance Collaboration with Schools, School/Family al. Under it’s resources, Parent and family rights are specified in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and must be adhered to by all school personnel. b.        Early childhood educators are well positioned to nurture collaborative partnerships with families and communities through their everyday relationships and practices. special education teachers work hand in hand because this will enhance and the education and well being of a student. Families Of Latino Students With Disabilities: When Parent Initiative Is Not promote collaboration, teachers can create opportunities for learning among students, families, and colleagues. special needs of students with disabilities in a general science classroom. study focuses on the importance of collaboration when working with and student Mar. Education It’s important that both the general and website is built to support and empower families of children with disabilities Have your say. 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