Current policy demands that mainstream schools seek to include pupils with special educational needs. This book takes a close look at how exactly this aim can be achieved by examining the various parts of the educational process.
Author: Lani Florian
Current policy demands that mainstream schools seek to include pupils with special educational needs. This book takes a close look at how exactly this aim can be achieved by examining the various parts of the educational process. The book discusses: the practicalities of inclusive education the gap between inclusive policy and practice a re-configured role for special schools how the process of inclusion will develop beyond the classroom. Individuals who have learning difficulties are increasingly finding their place in non-specialist schools. This book considers the ways in which society can continue to support the process of inclusion as full-time education leads on to employment and independent living. The text reflects current developments in thinking and practice, and brings together a broad range of expertise and experience - it brims with enthusiasm for a positive approach that leads on to practical success.
Pedagogy and inclusion As considered previously, the debates about pedagogy continue, but there appears to be ... A list of 44 teaching strategies mentioned in the literature as helpful in promoting inclusive practice was constructed.
Author: Melanie Nind
While activists, politicians and policy-makers grapple with the big picture, teachers and learners are making inclusion happen in their day-to-day lives. This unique text shows the importance and reality of curriculum and pedagogy in developing inclusive practice in a range of settings. Bringing together an exemplary collection of key articles, this Reader provides ways of thinking about inclusive curricula and pedagogy as starting points for possible action, as wel as: * illustrating how teachers can get education right or wrong for diverse learners depending on the pedagogical decisions they make; * discussing the role of the ordinary, special and inclusive pedagogy; * showing examples of teaching that elicits genuine participation and active learning; * providing case studies, and lessons from learners about what makes good teaching for them. Curriculum and Pedagogy in Inclusive Education will be inspirational reading for anyone with an interest in making inclusion happen.
Promoting. Inclusive. Education: from. 'Expertism'. to. Sustainable. Inclusive. Practices. Elias. Avramidis. Inclusive education is now firmly established internationally as the main policy imperative with respect to children with ...
Author: Webb, Rosemary
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
Assessing the effects of New Labour's education policies on primary schools, this book discusses the impact of policies on primary school practices, as well as looking at the views and experiences of primary school teachers and pupils.
CHAPTER 2 INCLUSIVE PRACTICE What , why and how ? L. Florian In C. Tilstone , L. Florian and R. Rose ( eds ) Promoting Inclusive Practice ( 1998 ) , London and New York : RoutledgeFalmer , pp . 13-26 The concept of inclusive education ...
Author: Keith J. Topping
Publisher: Psychology Press
"Each chapter ends with questions and issues for reflection. The book also includes an annotated list of further reading. It is designed to encourage readers to conduct their own research. This is a useful text for practitioner, postgraduate students, researchers, academics and policy-makers in education."--Jacket.
London: Institute of Education. Marvin, C. (1998) 'Individual and whole class teaching', in Tilstone, C., Florian, L. and Rose, R. (eds) Promoting Inclusive Practice. London: Routledge, pp. 138–53. Mittler, P. (2000) Working Towards ...
Author: Elizabeth Cowne
Aimed at all those wishing to develop inclusive practice, this book introduces a theoretical framework for managing an inclusive approach to developing SEN practice within primary and secondary schools, together with some early years examples. Throughout the emphasis is on how to make inclusive practice work in school settings. It includes strategies to overcome common problems; examples of successful projects; case studies illustrating points made; INSET activities for training purposes; and discussion points at the end of each chapter. SENCOs and those training SENCOs should find this book particularly helpful. Members of senior management teams and anyone interested in developing inclusive practice will find it equally relevant to their needs.
Author: O'Connor Jr., Johnny R.Publish On: 2018-10-12
Understanding of the concept and philosophy of inclusive education; • Understanding and commitment toward the global and national ... and; • The identification and utilization of existing resources for promoting inclusive practices.
Author: O'Connor Jr., Johnny R.
Publisher: IGI Global
Due to state and federal policies, there has been an increased emphasis on educating students with disabilities along with their nondisabled peers. This can significantly impact the way that educators view instructional design as well as influence the academic program planning of school districts. There is an apparent need for resources that provide additional insight and perspective into plans that facilitate these types of programs. Cultivating Inclusive Practices in Contemporary K-12 Education is an essential reference source that discusses comprehensive methods for teaching students across a broad spectrum of capabilities. The chapters within extend the knowledge base of inclusion by encompassing a variety of elements necessary for training and organizational development, ensuring that each student is placed within his/her least restrictive environment. Featuring research on topics such as educational environments, support frameworks, and teaching strategies, this book is ideally designed for educators, administrators, policymakers, consultants, and academicians seeking coverage on comprehensive methods for teaching students across a broad spectrum of capabilities.
We argue here that a thorough analysis of context is a prerequisite for promoting greater inclusion in education systems, and that such analysis can promote the measurement of those aspects of inclusive education which are valued by ...
Author: Chris Forlin
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
Volume 3 of International Perspectives on Inclusive Education focuses on measuring inclusive education from a range of perspectives. It is grounded upon a review of international conceptualizations of inclusive education and ways in which different systems are measuring its impact and effectiveness.
This chapter considers how and why inclusion has become a key aspect of best practice for children's practitioners. Inclusive practice does not mean treating everyone the same way! A main theme of the chapter will be the consideration ...
Author: Ewan Ingleby
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Early Childhood Studies: Enhancing Employability and Professional Practice explores essential aspects of best practice within children's services in order to enhance employability skills, identifying how and why key aspects of best practice have emerged within children's services. The key elements of professional practice at the centre of the multidisciplinary work in today's children's services are considered, including: • different childhoods; • child development; • enhanced learning; • professional skills; • inclusion; • holistic practice. Each chapter draws together practical teaching experience with sound academic analysis to support those training to work in the early childhood sector, and those already practising, to raise their employability potential by identifying and evaluating best practice.