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Title Interaction in action : reflections on the use of intensive interaction / edited by Dave Hewett and Melanie Nind
Published London : David Fulton Publishers, 1998


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 MELB  371.102 Hew/Iia  AVAILABLE
Description viii, 304 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents Preface / Melanie Nind and Dave Hewett -- 1. Introduction: Recent Developments in Interactive Approaches / Dave Hewett and Melanie Nind -- 2. Using Intensive Interaction with Pupils who have Multi-Sensory Impairment / Chris Addis -- 3. Jamie's Story: Intensive Interaction in a College of Further Education / Christine Smith -- 4. Sabrina's Story: Curriculum in the Early Years / Carol Peters -- 5. Commentary One: Practice and Progress / Dave Hewett and Melanie Nind -- 6. Addressing the Needs of Adults with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities in Social Services Provision / Cath Irvine -- 7. Introducing Intensive Interaction for People with Profound Learning Disabilities Living in Small Staffed Houses in the Community / Judith Samuel and Jaqui Maggs -- 8. The Gradual Development of Intensive Interaction in a School Setting / Val Stothard -- 9. Commentary Two: Getting Intensive Interaction Established in Different Settings - Institutional Issues / Melanie Nind and Dave Hewett -- 10. Ben's Story: Developing the Communication Abilities of a Pupil with Autism / Lynne Knott -- 11. Gary's Story: Parents Doing Intensive Interaction / Beth Taylor and Steve Taylor -- 12. Francesca's Story: Facilitating the Earliest Developments / Ian Bruce, Antonella Bruce and Dave Hewett -- 13. Commentary Three: Learners with Autism. Parents Doing Intensive Interaction / Melanie Nind and Dave Hewett -- 14. Conclusion: Future Developments / Dave Hewett and Melanie Nind
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Subject Learning disabled children -- Education.
Learning disabled -- Education.
Social interaction.
Teacher-student relationships.
Author Hewett, Dave.
Nind, Melanie.
LC no. 98186074
ISBN 1853464619