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by Arthur K. Shapiro

  • ISBN: 0815339917
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  • Author: Arthur K. Shapiro
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  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis, Inc. (1998)
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Unless teachers and parents plan for the social as well as the physical and academic integration of students with disabilities, the concept of inclusion in regular education classes will not work.

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InEverybody Belongs,Dr. Popular beliefs, myths, and stereotypes are dispelled. Everybody Belongsbalances theory with the practical application of ways to change negative prejudices in the classroom.

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and reduce negative attitudes toward obese individuals (Rukavina, Li, & Rowell, 2008). Effects of Service-Learning on Kinesiology Students’ Attitudes Toward Children With Disabilities 111. Participants consisted of 48 undergraduate PE majors who were. enrolled in an introductory APE course. Everybody belongs: Changing negative attitudes toward classmates with disabilities. Effects of Academic Major, Gender, and Hands-On Experience on Attitudes of Preservice Professionals.



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