Building on the formative work of High Leverage Practices (HLP) for Inclusive Classrooms, this critical companion explores how HLP can be applied to the education of students with extensive support needs (ESN). Each chapter walks readers through a different HLP, exploring its implications for students with ESN and aligning it with current practice, supports, and terminology. Edited by researchers and teacher educators with decades of experience in serving students with ESN and their teachers, this book is packed with rich examples of and detailed supports for implementing HLPs to ensure every student has access to all aspects of their school community.
About the Author
Robert Pennington is the Lake & Edward J. Snyder, Jr. Distinguished Professor in Special Education at University of North Carolina-Charlotte, USA.Melinda Jones Ault is a Professor at University of Kentucky, USA.Ginevra Courtade is a Professor at University of Louisville, USA.J. Matt Jameson is a Professor at University of Utah, USA.Andrea Ruppar is an Associate Professor at University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA.