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This review is from: Creating Inclusive Classrooms: Effective and Reflective Practices (6th Edition) (Paperback)
I know anyone who is going to purchase this book is doing so because they are taking a class relevant to the material covered in "Creating Inclusive Classrooms", but I still feel I must warn anyone who is taking a class (even someone such as myself who was excited to do so!) this book is boring, drags on far too long on many topics, and the method of citation is entirely too distracting to make for a smooth read.
Be prepared to labor through many of the chapters in this book. Even chapters that cover interesting material feels as it will drone on forever. The writers and editors have little desire to make this information interesting for the college student reader.
Another word of warning: If you are taking a class that uses this book and will be teaching at the secondary level, you will find many of their real-life examples woefully inadequate, as they focus on the primary level.
This book has good information, if you can manage to stay awake long enough to find it.