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Mother Teachers

Author: Barbara Cole
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136603492
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Challenging readers' preconceptions, this book provides new insights into the private and public experiences of six mother-teachers whose children have SEN. Thought-provoking and provocative, the book gives both sides of the story, exploring educational values and teaching practices as well as the personal and family stories of children with SEN. It covers: * All sectors of education, from mainstream primary and secondary schools to special day and residential schools * Issues that have been raised by the mother-teachers' experiences * A look at what counts as exclusion and inclusion to parents and their children * Both a top-down and bottom-up look at SEN and inclusion

Teaching And Learning In Diverse And Inclusive Classrooms

Author: Gill Richards
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136894926
Size: 56.80 MB
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Teaching and Learning in Diverse and Inclusive Classrooms is a key resource for teachers, containing chapters from leading figures on inclusive education which address the wide variety of issues of diversity and inclusion routinely encountered in today’s classrooms.

Parenting And Inclusive Education

Author: Chrissie Rogers
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230592120
Size: 61.95 MB
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This tells of twenty-four couples negotiating the emotional and practical journey of parenting their learning 'disabled' child. The author, a researcher, sociologist and mother of a learning disabled daughter, questions the weak inclusive education discourse and unpacks parents' narratives in relation to denial, disappointment and social exclusion.

The Early Years Handbook For Students And Practitioners

Author: Lyn Trodd
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317680723
Size: 30.39 MB
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The Early Years Handbook for Students and Practitioners is a comprehensive and accessible course text for all students studying at levels 4 and 5, including on Foundation Degrees and Early Childhood Studies degrees. Designed and written by the Chair of the SEFDEY (Sector-Endorsed Foundation Degree in Early Years) Network and a team of expert contributors, this book covers the essential skills, knowledge and understanding you need to become an inspiring and effective early years practitioner. Divided into four parts: The Student-Practitioner-Professional; The Learning and Development of Children 0-5; The Child, Family and Society; and The Senior Practitioner-Professional, the book covers all aspects of working with young children and engages you with theory that is explicitly linked to your practice. Throughout there is a strong emphasis on supporting your transition to undergraduate study, developing your academic skills and encouraging you to be an active learner. In every chapter, the book seeks to help you develop your professional identity and features: Activities to help you to reflect on your own practice ‘Provocations’ to promote discussion and debate Case study examples and photographs to illustrate key points ‘From Research to Practice’ boxes outlining key research in the field and implications for practice. The book is supported by a companion website featuring, for students, links to useful websites and video material, and an interactive flashcard glossary. Online support for lecturers includes ideas for tasks and activities to use in class and the diagrams and images in the book available to download.

Brain Friendly Strategies For The Inclusion Classroom

Author: Judy Willis
Publisher: ASCD
ISBN: 1416605398
Size: 43.16 MB
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Many teachers in regular classrooms feel unprepared to teach students with learning disabilities. Fortunately, brain research has confirmed that strategies benefiting learners with special challenges are suited for engaging and stimulating all learners. In this book, neurologist and classroom teacher Judy Willis explains that we can best help students by putting in place strategies, accommodations, and interventions that provide developmentally and academically appropriate challenges to suit the needs, gifts, and goals of each student. Brain-Friendly Strategies for the Inclusion Classroom will help teachers * Understand how the brain learns and the technologies that reveal this process. * Implement strategies that are compatible with students' individual learning styles and honor their multiple intelligences. * Improve the focus of students with attention disorders and help them gain the confidence and skills they need to develop goal-oriented behaviors. * Create an enriching learning environment by incorporating student-centered activities, discovery and hands-on learning experiences, cross-curricular learning, and multisensory lessons. * Implement strategic review, study, and test preparation strategies that will allow students to retain information and connect it with future learning. * Build safe, supportive classroom communities and raise class awareness and empathy for students with learning disabilities. It's time for teachers to lower the barriers, not the bar. Using strategies that align with research on how people's brains function, teachers can engage all students as individuals and help them reach their maximum potential with joy and confidence.

Inclusive Leadership

Author: James Ryan
Publisher: Jossey-Bass
ISBN: 9780787965082
Size: 78.19 MB
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Offers suggestions on ways to promote and practice inclusive leadership.

School Inclusion In Iceland

Author: Dóra S. Bjarnason
Publisher: Nova Publishers
ISBN: 9781590336120
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This book describes the recent and current changes taking place in the small Nordic welfare state of Iceland. The author takes the reader into the school system, the movement to integrate students with special and psychological difficulties into general schools and the pattern of inclusive schooling where Iceland -- along with other Nordic countries -- has gone far. For those who are interested in the changes which have taken place in relation to disabled people this is a remarkable story that provides a wealth of data and insights from an author well placed in terms of her teaching, research and personal experiences. This book tells the story of Benedict (and that of his mother -- the author) and is the remarkable experience of a young man, typical in many ways but unusual in others. He does not speak, he suffers from insignificant impairments -- both intellectual and physical-and needs support twenty four hours a day. This is Benedict's and Dora's experience. Readers cannot fail to be moved, perhaps to tears, by this life story.