Need a 7-8 APA Paper on Inclusive Education

Hi I need a native, U.S. English writer (no tutors outside the U.S. please) to write a 7 – 8 double-spaced page APA format narrative on the topic of inclusive education for a mathematics classroom. Details of the assignment, the grading rubric, as well as course readings to use as sources are attached. You are free to use additional, legitimate outside sources for the paper, but you must use at least 5 course readings as sources as well. Ideally looking for an experienced public school teacher to write this paper. Please don’t bid if you cannot do it or are unfamiliar with this topic. Thank you.
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Going forward Assignment – Due Dec 18, 2017 – 10:00 am EST
This assignment asks you to synthesize your readings on inclusive education in this course.
You will write a narrative reflection (7- 8 pages) on your evolving thinking about inclusive
education and inclusive pedagogy. Your paper must include the following elements, each of
which will carry equal weight.
a) Defining what inclusive education means for you, using relevant citations from course
readings (I will provide them) to explain your thinking. What implications does this
definition have for your everyday practice as a math teacher?
b) How has your thinking shifted or evolved over the course of the semester in comparison
to your initial position on inclusive education? Discuss these changes in the light of the
readings and course experiences you have had this semester (I will attach old assignments
and readings for reference).
c) Where will you begin when you consider your commitment to inclusive education? What
will be your immediate priorities? (I’m an aspiring math teacher who will do a student
teaching internship next Fall, so please write from the perspective of an aspiring math
teacher).
d) Focus the paper on the following topics:

Inclusive education – definition is in the readings

Differentiation of instruction – to accommodate the needs of the various types of
learners in the classroom (do research to learn more if necessary)

Universal design for learning (UDL) – a type of instruction style to accommodate all
the learners in the classroom including those with special needs (do more research) –
and my opinion of it, which is it is the ideal type of instruction

How I originally saw disability as something negative but now I see it as merely a
difference and it’s the teacher’s duty to accommodate students with those differences
as well as the students without any special differences

Society’s perception of disabled students and how as a teacher, I intend to give
students a meaningful learning experience whenever they come into the classroom
Other Requirements
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2)
3)
4)
APA 6th edition format
7 – 8 Double-Spaced pages
Use references from at least 5 course readings
Can also use other outside, legitimate sources
5)
6)
7)
8)
1-inch margins
Non-plagiarized
Abstract is not necessary
Must follow the grading rubric below for the “A” category.
Grading Rubric for Going Forward Paper
Organization/
Mechanics (6 points)
Clarity and relevance
of argument (8 points)
Supporting details
(5 points)
Implications for
practice (6
points)
A
All three components of
the assignment are
addressed thoughtfully and
reflect a sophisticated
engagement with principles
of inclusive pedagogy;
Ideas are presented in a
coherent, organized and
logical manner;
There are no mechanical
errors.
Ideas/arguments are clearly
and convincingly stated;
Arguments are supported by
many references to relevant
course readings;
Citations reflect synthesis
across many readings.
The paper provides
examples to effectively
illustrate the
ideas/arguments raised
in the paper.
The paper addresses all
required components in
both deep and surface
ways.
The organization of ideas
may sometimes lack
clarity;
There are some mechanical
errors.
Ideas and arguments are not
always clearly stated;
Arguments are supported by
some references to relevant
course readings.
Citations reflect familiarity
with only few readings.
The paper includes some
examples, but
connections to main
arguments/ideas raised
are weak.
The paper addresses all the
components of the
assignment;
The organizational
structure is weak;
There are several
mechanical errors.
Ideas and arguments lack
clarity;
Few references to course
readings are made OR
citations include many
quotes but not enough
synthesis.
The paper includes few,
if any, examples to
illustrate the
ideas/arguments raised
in the paper.
Descriptive details are
rich and draw on a
variety of personal
experiences within
schools.
The paper offers
several relevant
implications
(including
suggestions for
improvement) for
everyday
classroom/schooling
practice.
The paper offers
some suggestions for
improving
classroom/schooling
practice.
22.525
B
20-22
Some descriptive details
are offered; these draw
on few personal
experiences within
schools.
Examples offer thin
descriptions of personal
experiences within
schools.
The paper offers few
indirect suggestions
for improving
classroom/schooling
practice.
C
<20 Course Readings (Must use at least 5 of them as sources) UDL (Universal Design for Learning) 1) Rose, Meyer, & Hitchcock. (2006). Teacher planning for accessibility: The universal design of learning environments In, The Universally designed classroom: Accessible curriculum and digital technologies, pp. 101-123. x 2) Edyburn, D.L. (2004). Rethinking assistive technology. Special Education Technology Practice, 5(4), 16-23. Inclusive Education 3) Dudley-Marling, C. & Burns, M.B. (2014). Two perspectives on inclusion in The United States. Global Education Review, 1 (1), 14-31. 4) Ferguson, D. L. (1995). The “real” challenge of inclusion: Confessions of a rabid inclusionist. Phi Delta Kappan, 77(4), 281-288. 5) Valle, J. W. & Connor, D. J. (2011). Contemplating the invisibility of disability. In Rethinking disability: A disability studies approach to inclusive practices (pp. 16-38). New York, NY: McGraw Hill. 6) Lotan, R. (2006). Teaching teachers to build equitable classrooms. Theory into practice, 45(1), 32-39. Society’s View on Disabilities and Special Ed Students 7) Beratan, G. (2006). Institutionalizing inequity: Ableism, racism, and IDEA 2004. Disability studies quarterly, 26(2), 1-18. 8) Fitch, F. (2003) Inclusion, exclusion, and ideology: Special education students’ changing sense of self. The Urban Review, 35(3), 233-252. Relevant Info About Me to Assist with Writing 1) I did a UDL lesson plan on teaching students perimeter of rectangles and triangles by having them use a ruler to measure the rectangular and triangular surfaces of objects in the classroom. Also, I had the students draw pictures on unit graph paper and have other students determine the perimeter of the figure. I used a variety of technological sources including Dragon NaturallySpeaking (text-to-speech and speech-to-text software), Braille rulers, computers with a sip-and-puff machine and refreshable Braille display to accommodate the various type of learners in the classroom. 2) I’m a firm believer in inclusive education and will implement UDL in my lesson plans in my math classroom, ... Purchase answer to see full attachment

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