By popular request the endearing book cover from the awareness activity book, What Makes School Great? Friends!, is available as a colorful poster.
This 11 ½ x 18-inch poster is suitable for any place friendships are encouraged. The subtitle reads, "Whether old or new, FRIENDS! will make the difference."
Kandis Lighthall received her BA from Sacramento State University in 1970. She earned her MA in education with an emphasis in special education in 1984, from California State University at Chico. Throughout her career she has worked with many populations, but her main focus has been students with moderate to severe disabilities, including autism. Kandis began her teaching career in British Columbia, Canada where she established one of the first integrated classrooms for students with moderate to severe disabilities on a general education campus. In California she established one of the first inclusive classrooms on a community college campus for students with moderate to severe disabilities. Her classroom was a Special Education Resource Network (SERN) demonstration site for the Individual Critical Skills Model (ICSM). She has been an invited presenter at TASH, CEC, CARS+, the Capital Autism Conference and is the 2006 recipient of The Carol Gray Award for her contributions to the field of autism education. Kandis is the author of The Student Participation Checklist, R.E.A.D.Y. for Inclusion and What Makes School Great? Friends!.
THIS ITEM is the book-cover POSTER.
Our lives are in each other’s hands.
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