Creating an Inclusive School

By Richard A. Villa; Jacqueline S. Thousand | Go to book overview

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Richard A. Villa has worked with thousands of teachers and administrators throughout North America and the world in developing and implementing instructional support systems for educating all students within general education settings. Rich has been a classroom teacher, special education coordinator, pupil personnel services director, and director of instructional services. He has authored more than 100 articles and book chapters regarding inclusive education and has co-edited seven books for teachers, administrators and parents (Creating an Inclusive School; Restructuring for Caring and Effective Education: Piecing the Puzzle Together; Creativity and Collaborative Learning: A Practical Guide for Empowering Students and Teachers, and A Guide to Co-Teaching: Practical Tips for Facilitating Student Learning). Rich has presented at numerous national and international conferences and is known for his enthusiastic, humorous style of presenting.

Richard A. Villa, President, Bayridge Consortium, Inc., 113 West [G] St., Suite 444, San Diego, CA 92101. Phone: 619-795-3602. E-mail: ravillabayridge@cs.com. Website: http://www.ravillabayridge.com.

Jacqueline S. Thousand is a professor in the College of Education at Cal State San Marcos where she coordinates the College of Education's special education credential and masters programs. She is a well-known author, systems change consultant, and disability rights advocate. She has authored numerous books, research articles, and chapters on issues related to organizational change strategies, universal design and differentiated instruction, collaborative teaming processes, cooperative learning, creative problem solving, student self-determination, and discipline with dignity. Her service includes journal editorial board membership and international

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