Introduction So You Want to Be a Teacher 
Chapter 1 Inclusive Education: The Canadian Experience
Chapter 2 The Teacher’s Role in an Inclusive Classroom
Chapter 3 Exceptional Students: Learning and Behaviour Exceptionalities, and Mental Health Challenges
Chapter 4 Exceptional Students: Intellectual Disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorder
Chapter 5 Exceptional Students: Communication Exceptionalities, Physical Exceptionalities, and Chronic Health  Conditions
Chapter 6 Teaching for Diversity: Including Indigenous Students, Students from Diverse Cultural Backgrounds, and Students at Risk
Chapter 7 Climate, Community, and Classroom Management for Student Well-Being
Chapter 8 Using Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and Differentiated Instruction (DI)
Chapter 9 Differentiating Assessment and Using Assessment to Differentiate Teaching
Chapter 10 Enhancing Social Relations 
Chapter 11 Enhancing Transitions for Children and Youth Identified as Exceptional and those At-Risk
Conclusion Thriving as a Teacher: Your Mental Health