Interactive bibliotherapy (IB) warrants greater attention in the pursuit of innovative inservice education. This paper presents the findings of a study thatexplored IB as an inservice practice to help prepare educators for the roles and responsibilities associated with inclusion. Data collection concentrated on a questionnaire (openended) regarding IB's impact on participants professional and personal development. Discussion of findings, which involved a content analysis of participants' responses, concludes with considerations for practice and research.
Morawski, C. M., & Gilbert, J. (2000). Interactive Bibliotherapy as an Innovative Inservice Practice: A Focus on the Inclusive Setting. Reading Horizons, 41 (1). Retrieved from http://scholarworks.wmich.edu/reading_horizons/vol41/iss1/4