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The Resource Ethics, Equity, and Inclusive Education

Ethics, Equity, and Inclusive Education

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Ethics, Equity, and Inclusive Education
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Ethics, Equity, and Inclusive Education
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eng
Summary
This volume focuses on professional ethics and the moral dimensions of inclusive education. Grounded in an examination of international conceptualizations of ethics and inclusion, this book will provide a comprehensive analysis of current understandings of professional ethics in the context of inclusive education
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International Perspectives on Inclusive Education
Series volume
v.9
Ethics, Equity, and Inclusive Education
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Ethics, Equity, and Inclusive Education
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Contents
  • Front Cover -- Ethics, Equity, and Inclusive Education -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Foreword -- Notes -- References -- Series Introduction -- Series Introduction -- Introduction to Volume 9 -- Conceptualizing Professional Ethics in Inclusive Education -- Introduction -- Professional and Ethical Responsibilities: Schooling and Inclusion -- Ethical Dilemmas in Teaching -- Classroom-Based Ethical Challenges -- Seeking Balance in Meeting the Diverse Needs of Students -- Assessment: Measuring Motivation or Achievement? -- Loyalty: To Students or to Colleagues? -- Making Ethical Choices: The Importance of Supporting Teachers -- References -- Reclaiming Disability through Pimatisiwin: Indigenous Ethics, Spatial Justice, and Gentle Teaching -- Introduction -- A Colonial History: Disabled Remnants and Cultural Genocide -- Intersections of Racism and Ableism in Special Education -- Of Spatial Justice, Truth, and "The Other" -- The Ethics of Indigenous Worldviews -- Honoring Indigenous Identities and the Premise of Becoming -- A Spirit Filled Gentleness: Embracing Wahkohtowin as Life -- Notes -- References -- Ethics, Epistemologies, and Inclusive Pedagogy -- Introduction -- Epistemological Beliefs and Inclusive Pedagogy -- Ethical Issues -- Inclusive Education Is Cross-Disciplinary -- Inclusive Education Occurs Cross-Culturally -- Inclusive Education Is A political Issue -- Inclusive Education Can Be Researched in Many Ways -- Conclusion -- References -- Ethics of Inclusion for Secondary Students with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in the United States -- Introduction -- Defining Intellectual and Developmental Disability -- Framework for Ethical Decision Making -- Defining Inclusion -- Inclusion-Related U.S. Policy -- Status of Inclusion for Students with I/DD -- Inclusion of Secondary Students with I/DD
  • Case for an Ongoing Continuum of Placements -- Case for Increasing Inclusion -- Post-School Outcomes -- Outcomes Research -- Connection between Outcomes and Inclusion -- Lived Educational Experiences and Ethical Principles -- Impacts of Inclusion on Secondary Students with I/DD -- Engagement in Learning and Academic Gains -- Interaction Opportunities and Social Skill Development -- Ethical Dilemmas for Secondary Students with I/DD -- Potential Conflict with Ethical Principles -- Impacts of Inclusion on Students without Disabilities -- Impacts of Inclusion on Educators -- Practices Used to Promote Meaningful Inclusion -- Assessing Students and Making Content Accessible -- Co-Teaching -- Managing Behaviors -- Facilitating Peer Relationships and Guiding Paraprofessionals -- Influences on Inclusion -- Decision and Policy-Makers -- Professional Development for Teachers -- Conclusion -- References -- Ethical Considerations for Inclusive Practices for Students with Extensive Support Needs -- Introduction -- What Do We Mean by "Inclusion?" -- Professional Organizations Supporting Inclusion Internationally -- Opportunity to Learn -- Additional OTL Elements Required for Students with ESN -- Universal Design for Learning -- Embedded Ecologically Dentified Context and Goals -- Supports -- Assessment -- Context Matters -- Outcomes -- In School -- Post-School -- An Ethical Argument for Inclusion -- Conclusion -- References -- The Ethics of Inclusion: Digital Approaches to Literacy among Struggling Readers in Two Jamaican High Schools -- Introduction -- Education in Jamaica -- Inclusive and Special Education in Jamaica -- A Multifaceted Approach to Ethical Inclusion -- Use of Technology in Special Education Settings -- Program Description and Context -- Methodology and Data -- Results -- Impact of Program -- Change in Reading Levels -- Student Age
  • An Examination of the Data -- Reading Levels -- Technology and Student Motivation -- Cultural and Community Barriers to Inclusion -- Redefining Inclusive Education: The Ethic of Care -- Conclusions -- References -- Uncovering Moral aspects in Inclusive Co-Teaching -- Introduction -- Inclusive Co-Teaching Context as an Arena for Teachers' Action and Learning -- Teachers' Joint Goal Setting, Strategies and Reflection in Inclusive Co-teaching -- Salient Moral Features in Inclusive Co-Teaching -- Compatibility and Trust: Consistency in Co-Teaching Practices -- Caring for the Students' Differences and Capabilities: The Practice of Differentiation -- Encouraging Discourse between Students: Shared Student Activities in Diverse Working Groups -- Shared Inclusive Thoughtfulness: Reflective Co-Teaching Development -- Conclusions: Future Steps in Pre-Service and In-Service Teacher Learning -- References -- Ethical Curricula through Responsive, Multimodal Literacy and Pedagogy: Illustrations from a Kindergarten Classroom Curriculum -- Introduction -- Multimodal Literacy -- Ethical Curricula -- The Kindergarten -- Features of a Responsive, Ethical, Multimodal Curriculum -- A Kindergarten Classroom Curriculum in Action -- An Interactive Reading -- Talking about Center Work and Consulting Diverse Modal Representations -- At the Writing Center -- 3D Model Opportunities -- Curricular Lessons -- References -- Untangling Optical Illusions: The Moral Dilemmas and Ethics in Assessment Practices -- Introduction -- Inclusive Education Policies and Practices: Challenging Assessment Practices -- Implications of Assessment on Students -- Influences on Ethical Decision-Making -- How Inclusive Are Our Assessment Practices? -- Pressures on Ethical Assessment Practices -- Implications of Assessment Practice -- Role of Assessor and Time Available -- Including the Learner
  • Summary -- References -- Ethical Challenges in Inclusive Education: The Case of Gifted Students -- Introduction -- Gifted Students in Inclusive Education -- Ethical Challenges in Teaching Gifted Students in Inclusive Settings -- Misconceptions Regarding Gifted Students -- The Omniscient Person Belief -- Giftedness Equals a High IQ -- The Entity Belief -- The Syndromic Belief -- High Ability Students Do Not Face Problems or Challenges -- Classless Belief -- Misconceptions about Gifted Education -- It Is Fair to Teach All Children the Same Way -- Classroom Teachers Have the Time, the Skill, and the Will to Differentiate Adequately -- Conclusions -- References -- About the Authors
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