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Title Confronting obstacles to inclusion : international responses to developing inclusive education / edited by Richard Rose
Published London ; New York : Routledge, 2010
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Description 1 online resource (xvi, 306 pages) : illustrations
Contents Understanding inclusion: interpretations, perspectives and cultures / Richard Rose -- Confronting obstacles to inclusion: how the US news media report disability / Beth Haller, Sue Ralph, and Zosia Zaks -- "They say the grass is blue": gypsies, travellers, and cultural dissonance / Chris Derrington -- Including "children with special needs" in the Indian education system: negotiating a contested terrain / Nidhi Singal -- Family perspectives: parents in partnership / Mithu Alur -- Supporting parents and families in the development of inclusive practice / Garry Hornby -- The role of schools in establishing home-school partnerships / Rob Ashdown -- Valuing and learning from young people / Michael Shevlin -- Engaging young children in research about an inclusion project / Phyllis Jones and Ann Gillies -- Beyond tokenism? Participation and "voice" for pupils with significant learning difficulties / Hazel Lawson -- Teacher education for inclusion / Chris Forlin -- Promoting teacher development for diversity / Leena Kaikkonen -- Teacher's professional learning and inclusive practice / Lani Florian and Martyn Rouse -- Developing inclusive approaches to teaching and learning / Meng Deng -- Overcoming barriers to the acquisition of literacy in twenty-first-century inclusive classroom / Thérèse McPhillips, Sheena Bell and Mary Doveston -- The development of inclusive teaching and learning: a European perspective? / Amanda Watkins and Cor Meijer -- Supporting students with disabilities in inclusive classrooms: personnel and peers / Michael F. Giangreco [and others] -- Identifying core competencies and skills for assistants: implications for training to support inclusive classrooms / Áine O'Neill -- Classroom support for including students with challenging behaviour / Sue Roffey -- Building on ideas and maintaining a dialogue for change / Richard Rose
Summary "Addresses interpretations of inclusive education by drawing upon the experiences and expertise of leading writers and academics who have direct experience of teaching and researching this area around the world"--Publisher description
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Inclusive education.
Special education.
Form Electronic book
Author Rose, Richard, 1953-
National Association for Special Educational Needs (Great Britain)
ISBN 0203846788 (ebk)
9780203846780 (ebk)