A practical and timely revision, Learning in Safe Schools offers the tools teachers need for building inclusive schools, from establishing a schoolwide code of conduct to creating, enforcing, and supporting a behavior plan. Grounded in the concept that choice for students in both learning and assessment is critical, this completely updated resource offers ideas for planning and adapting curriculum for a wide range of students and encourages strategies that build collaborative learning with examples of effective approaches to problem solving. Learning in Safe Schools includes resource models, class reviews, adaptations, and activities that will help teachers create safer classrooms where all students feel they belong.
Faye Brownlie is known for ground-breaking work in literacy, assessment, diversity, and inclusion. Faye works in staff development in Canada, in the United States, and internationally and has written many books for classroom teachers. Judith King is an educator who is committed to helping classroom teachers provide rich learning environments for diverse groups of students. She has taught in both elementary and secondary schools, and has worked as a school district consultant in special education. Judith holds an M.A. in special education and in curriculum development.