Strategies to Promote Inclusive Practice

Strategies to Promote Inclusive Practice

This sequel to Promoting Inclusive Practice, assists professional in the process of identifying and implementing policies that benefit pupils with special educational needs.

Author: Christina Tilstone

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 0415254841

Category: Education

Page: 254

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This sequel to Promoting Inclusive Practice, assists professional in the process of identifying and implementing policies that benefit pupils with special educational needs.
Categories: Education

Promoting Inclusive Practice

Promoting Inclusive Practice

Inclusive education is based on a social model which recognises the value of people with disabilities and the positive contributions they make to society. However, it is needs-led provision which characterises special needs legislation ...

Author: Lani Florian

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134678341

Category: Education

Page: 304

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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.
Categories: Education

Promoting Inclusive Practice

Promoting Inclusive Practice

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

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134678334

Category: Education

Page: 307

View: 555

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.
Categories: Education

Psychology for Inclusive Education

Psychology for Inclusive Education

This book reframes the contribution of psychology in terms of its relevance to inclusion and shows how psychological theories of learning and human development really are compatible with inclusive education day-to-day.Bringing together a ...

Author: Peter Hick

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9780415390491

Category: Education

Page: 197

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A Psychology for Inclusive Education: New Directions in Theory and Practice.
Categories: Education

Making Special Education Inclusive

Making Special Education Inclusive

The aim of this book is to consider how schools and LEAs can develop inclusive policies and practices for students who experience a range of difficulties in learning or behavior.

Author: Peter Farrell

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136609473

Category: Education

Page: 223

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The aim of this book is to consider how schools and LEAs can develop inclusive policies and practices for students who experience a range of difficulties in learning or behavior. It highlights debates and contradictions about the realities of inclusion and suggests ways in which practice can move forward. The contributors look at key areas of development in special and inclusive education and considers ways in which the latest research can inform practice. Areas covered include promoting inclusion for all; how to make sense of the Code of Practice SEN Thresholds; working with Teaching Assistants; new approaches to counseling and pastoral care in schools; including pupils with EBD; how nurture groups are helping inclusive practice; making education inclusive for pupils with sensory disabilities; including pupils with specific learning difficulties; and preparing students for an inclusive society. The book will be of particular interest to teachers, LEA support staff, educational psychologists and related professionals who face the challenge of meeting the needs of a diverse population within an inclusive framework. it will also be of relevance for students in further and higher education, and their tutors.
Categories: Education

Confronting Marginalisation in Education

Confronting Marginalisation in Education

This book offers a detailed focus on how the voices of learners can be used to reveal those children most likely to experience some kind of marginalisation and, in addition, to highlight issues that are related to the inclusion of all.

Author: Kyriaki Messiou

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780415603508

Category: EDUCATION

Page: 170

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"One of the key challenges facing schools today is that of reducing marginalisation amongst pupils in educational contexts. With a particular focus on primary school classrooms, Confronting Marginalisation in Education provides guidance and illustrative examples of the ways in which teachers can include all of their learners in the academic and social experiences they provide. This book offers a detailed focus on how the voices of learners can be used to reveal those children most likely to experience some kind of marginalisation and, in addition, to highlight issues that are related to the inclusion of all. These frequent vocal accounts are contextualised within an analytical framework that places particular emphasis on the importance of listening to children. In order to understand and, more importantly, address marginalisation through the views of children, Messiou therefore develops the text around a usable framework that consists of a unique four-step process: Step 1: Opening doors: Enabling voices to emerge Step 2: Looking closely: Bringing concerns to the surface Step 3: Making sense of the evidence: Sharing data with learners Step 4: Dealing with marginalisation: Encouraging inclusive thinking and practice. This framework shows how the systematiccollecting of evidence can ease the process of understanding, help tackle marginalisation, and promote inclusion in a way that can be incorporated into the daily work of practitioners. Importantly, the book focuses on all learners, including those that might experience marginalisation but whose voices might have not previously been heard"--
Categories: EDUCATION

An Assessment of Inclusive Education in Bangladesh

An Assessment of Inclusive Education in Bangladesh

sector , which is in the best situation to provide the specialized education services needed . Furthermore , PEDP II has no clear road map explicitly for promoting inclusive practice . 5.4.2 Donor's The representatives of the ...

Author: Anupam Ahuja

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951D02754585U

Category: Children with disabilities

Page: 114

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Categories: Children with disabilities

Promoting Inclusive Classroom Dynamics in Higher Education

Promoting Inclusive Classroom Dynamics in Higher Education

Grounded in research and theory (including educational psychology, scholarship of teaching and learning, intergroup dialogue, and social justice theory), this book provides practical solutions to help faculty create an inclusive learning ...

Author: Kathryn C. Oleson

Publisher: Stylus Publishing, LLC

ISBN: 9781620369012

Category: Education

Page: 223

View: 730

This powerful, practical resource helps faculty create an inclusive dynamic in their classrooms, so that all students are set up to succeed. Grounded in research and theory (including educational psychology, scholarship of teaching and learning, intergroup dialogue, and social justice theory), this book provides practical solutions to help faculty create an inclusive learning environment in which all students can thrive. Each chapter focuses on palpable ideas and adaptive strategies to use right away when teaching. The first chapter consider professors’ intersecting personal and social identities and their expectations for themselves and their students. Chapter 2 considers students’ backgrounds, including class, race, disability, and gender, and focuses on what students bring to the classroom, exploring their basic psychological needs of autonomy, competence, and belonging; their approaches to learning; and their self-doubts and uncertainties. Chapter 3 draws on universally-designed learning in combination with educational design rooted in social justice and multiculturalism to describe ways to design spaces in which students flourish academically. Two chapters focus on classroom dynamics. Chapter 4 primarily focuses on preparation for having difficult conversations in the classroom, considering how instructors can create a shared understanding between themselves and their students. Chapter 5 focuses on in-the-moment strategies to both create and manage discomfort about sensitive and controversial topics while supporting students of various social identities (such as gender, race, disability). In the closing chapter, the author integrates all the elements in the preceding chapters, and also presents more general college-wide programs to help faculty develop and improve their teaching.
Categories: Education

Sustainable Learning

Sustainable Learning

The book provides readers with the knowledge and skills to be confident and effective inclusive teachers for 21st century classrooms.

Author: Lorraine Graham

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781107695955

Category: Education

Page: 249

View: 228

The book provides readers with the knowledge and skills to be confident and effective inclusive teachers for 21st century classrooms.
Categories: Education