Accessing General Education: Making Inclusion Work August 13-16, 2006 Chicago, IL

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Inclusion in the Standards-Based Classroom Sunday thru Wednesday, August 13-16, 2006 Swissotel Chicago, Chicago, IL

A One Semester-Hour Graduate Course

Available With Your Conference Attendance!

The Teacher's Workshop will offer this one semester-hour graduate education course in conjunction with Lindenwood University of St. Charles, Missouri. A four-day professional development conference will be the basis of this course featuring instructors listed below. Registration for the course credit is $99.00, payable to Teacher's Workshop. Must attend full conference. Please use the conference registration form to sign up for credit. Additional forms will need to be completed at the conference.

Founded in 1827, Lindenwood College (now Lindenwood University) is one of the oldest institutions of higher learning in the United States and the second oldest west of the Mississippi River. Lindenwood offers a full complement of co-educational experiences, serving both full and part-time students of all ages, with a wide variety of educational programs leading to baccalaureate and master's degrees. Lindenwood is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.

Richard Villa: Accessing the General Education Curriculum: Making Inclusion Work -- (keynote) Margaret McLaughlin: Finding the General Education Curriculum: Strategies for Determining What and How to Teach the Student with Special Education Needs