[R-0377] S8. Ethical Practice

Citation: Molloy, A. (n.d.). Success for all learners through inclusion. [PowerPoint slides]. Retrieved from http://www.powershow.com/view/140651-NTA4Z/Success_for_All_Learners_through_Inclusion_powerpoint_ppt_presentation

Abstract: Dr. Molloy is currently a faculty member in Education at York University; the TASH International Committee Chair; and the President of the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Ontario Chapter. His 49-slide PowerPoint provides definitions of inclusion; strategies for inclusion including differentiation, scaffolding, teaming, Universal Design for Learning, and the use of rubrics as assessments; information on Vygotsky and zone of proximal development; and a description of Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences and Dunn and Dunn’s Multidimensional Model.

Integration: This PowerPoint would also be a helpful resource for the courses Curriculum Planning and Child, Family, and Community.

Content Focus: Assessment; Developmental Disability; Differentiation; Dunn and Dunn’s Multidimensional Model; Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences; Inclusion; Intellectual Disability; Rubrics; Scaffolding; Teaming; Universal Design for Learning; Vygotsky; Zone of Proximal Development; School Age Development and Programs

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