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How adhocracy relationships and critical components of inclusive school cultures influence educational services for students with significant support needs

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How adhocracy relationships and critical components of inclusive school cultures influence educational services for students with significant support needs
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Carroll, Diane
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English
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xv, 193 leaves : ; 28 cm.

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Inclusive education ( lcsh )
Special education ( lcsh )
Special education educators ( lcsh )
Teacher-student relationships ( lcsh )
Inclusive education ( fast )
Special education ( fast )
Special education educators ( fast )
Teacher-student relationships ( fast )
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Thesis:
Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Colorado Denver, 2008.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 185-193).
Statement of Responsibility:
by Diane Carroll.

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University of Colorado Denver
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Auraria Library
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318899059 ( OCLC )
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Is school culture a contributing factor in the provision of exemplary education for students with significant support needs, and in particular, standards based education?

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Legislation all

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School Culture and Inclusion artifacts,

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values, assumptions,

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Adhocracy

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adhocracy

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Figure

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Federal Legislation

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State Legislation

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Inclusive School Culture

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Impediments to Inclusive School Culture

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Solution

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Inclusive Language

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Leadership

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Instructional Practices

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Professional Development in Instruction and Modifications

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Collaboration

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Reflective Practice

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Sense of Belonging

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Researcher Role

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Assumptions

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Gaining Access to the Site

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Observations

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Interviews

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Artifacts Demographic Information

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Field Notes

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Ethnographic Record

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External Validity Reliability Ethical Considerations

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Site Description

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Entry Vignette

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Program and Informant Description

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Description of Students

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Exemplars.

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Figure

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Figure

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The Ethics o/Touch

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Figure

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Concerns. The Ethics a/Touch

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Inclusive Language

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Exemplars.

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Concerns. Leadership

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Exemplars.

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Concerns.

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Instructional Practices Exemplars.

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Lord of the Flies,

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loathe

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Concerns.

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Professional Development Exemplars.

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The Ethics oJTouch

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Concerns.

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Collaboration Exemplars.

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The Ethics of Touch

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Concerns.

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Reflective Practices

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Exemplars.

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Concerns.

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Artifacts

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Values Community.

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Belonging. Problem Solving. Family.

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Assumptions/Beliefs Community.

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Going the extra mile. Ownership.

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Belonging.

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Adhocracy

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Critical Components of Inclusive School Culture

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Culture

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Recommendations for Future Studies

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Recommendations for Practice

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Grand Tour Question (Spradley, 1988) Date/Response Specific Grand Tour Question Min iTour Questions Leadership Instructional Practices

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Professional Development Collaboration Reflective Practice Inclusive Language Sense oLBelonging

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Values Assumptions and Beliefs

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SE program information School information Community information

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You

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International Journal of Inclusive Education, International Journal of Inclusive Education, Bridging the special education divide. Remedial and Special Education, British Journal of Special Education, 30( Journal of Educational Administration, The Journal of Special Education, Teaching language arts, math science to students with significant cognitive disabilities.

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Exceptional Children, 407-432. International Journal of Inclusive Education, Support [or Learning, International Journal of Inclusive Education, Preventing School Failure, International Journal o[ Inclusive Education, Educational Leadership, Education, The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, Shaping school culture: The heart of leadership.

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The future of children: Special education for students with disabilities, Journal of Educational Administration, What every principal needs to knol',J about special education. Case study research in education: A qualitative approach. Qualitative research and case study applications in education. Qualitative data analysis: An expanded source book Designingji-om the ground floor up. et.seq. Organizational Behavior in Education. Exceptional Children,

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Exceptional Children. Journal of Disability Policy Studies. The Journal of Special Educatioll. Journal of the Association for persons with Severe Handicaps,-24(4), Curriculum and instruction for students with significant disabilities in inclusive settings. Research Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities. Exceptional Children. Organizational culture. The lifeworld of leadership. The reflective practitioner. Exceptional Children,

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Qualitative Studies in Education,