New Scholarly Book Examines Autism Inclusion for Educators, Leaders, Individuals and Families

2022年09月27日19:00

RIVERSIDE, Calif., Sept. 27, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- A new book, Rethinking Perception and Centering the Voices of Unique Individuals: Reframing Autism Inclusion in Praxis released Sept. 26, 2022, by IGI Global publishing, and explores the scholarly research related to autism inclusion, education reform and communication- analyzing the current landscape for educators, leaders and individuals alike. [BOOK: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/rethinking-perception-and-centering-the-voices-of-unique-individuals-jessica-block-nerren/1142298225]

Rethinking Perception and Centering the Voices of Unique Individuals: Reframing Autism Inclusion in Praxis introduces a new model of reframing autism inclusion and provides meaningful research regarding autism inclusion in education. Covering key topics such as equity, mental health, inclusive education, and educational reform, this reference work is ideal for administrators, stakeholders, policymakers, teacher educators, counselors, researchers, academicians, scholars, practitioners, instructors, and students.

“This book details the importance of autism inclusion so that we can remove barriers to access and propose a brighter, more inclusive future in our educational systems,” said editor Jessica Block Nerren, who has a doctorate in educational leadership and who is additionally author of three chapters in the book.

Unique to this scholarly book, every chapter was peer reviewed by individuals with autism and other differences, representing the self-advocacy community in the chapter revision and acceptance process. In addition, many chapters were written by scholars with differences themselves who are scholars and educators.

Chapter authors include multidisciplinary researchers and practitioners:

  • Becky Sumbera, Ed.D.
  • Shannon Sparks, Ph.D.
  • James Grabow, Ed.D. Candidate
  • Austin Quick, Ed.D. Candidate
  • J. Chad Sweeney, Ph.D.
  • Kelly Bermingham, BCBA
  • Veronica Glickman, BCBA
  • Jessica Block Nerren, Ed.D.
  • Stephanie Rivas, M.A. Candidate
  • Thea Dirton, Ed.D
  • Jessica Block, Psy.D.
  • Victoria McDermott, Ph.D. Candidate
  • Denise Rockwell, Ph.D. BCBA-D
  • Danielle Sterling, M.Sc.
  • Melissa Mello, BCBA
  • Jessica Vierra, M.A.; and
  • Tamara Jacobson, Ed.D. Candidate.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Dr. Jess Block Nerren is a strategic communication professional with 20 years of experience including as the President of her own public relations firm. Her research is on Inclusion, Public Relations and Teacher Education and she teaches full time at California State University, San Bernardino. https://www.csusb.edu/profile/jessica.nerren

Rethinking Perception and Centering the Voices of Unique Individuals: Reframing Autism Inclusion in Praxis

Copyright: © 2022 |Pages: 287

DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-5103-8

ISBN13: 9781668451038

ISBN10: 1668451034

EISBN13: 9781668451052

ISBN13 Softcover: 9781668451045

Contact: Jessica Block Nerren - (909)706-8525- jessica.nerren@csusb.edu

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