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Towards A Curriculum For All

Author: Dorchester Curriculum Group
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134134495
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Designing an inclusive curriculum for all pupils is not easy. The practicing teachers who have written this book offer clearly laid out ideas and objectives for learning that goes beyond the National Curriculum. It incorporates a holistic approach to the development of a relevant curriculum for pupils and students who experience profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD).

Planning The Curriculum For Pupils With Special Educational Needs

Author: Richard Byers
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136630007
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This second edition is revised and updated to take full account of recent developments in special needs. The core of the book focuses on planning for well-differentiated curriculum implementation. It describes a variety of models that explore progression, continuity, relevance and inclusion for pupils with special educational needs. The authors also offer an analysis of curriculum management issues in the light of the theoretical and statutory background since the latest revisions of the National Curriculum and the Code of Practice.

Access To Science

Author: Claire Marvin
Publisher: David Fulton Pub
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This accessible and practical teaching resource focuses on access to the science curriculum for pupils with learning difficulties. Within an inclusive framework of participation and achievement for all, the core of the book provides support and ideas for the effective planning and implementation of well-differentiated science-focused activities. The book offers activities that are designed to motivate and challenge pupils with diverse individual needs; guidance on differentiation in early years and across all key stages; suggestions for teaching early developmental skills through sensory science; defined learning outcomes that demonstrate progression in curriculum content and experience; assessment and recording opportunities; and guidance on how to incorporate science in a cross-curricular way. Written by authors who have direct experience in the field, this book will provide practical help to all those working with pupils with learning difficulties in early years settings and in mainstream and special schools.

Developing Inclusive School Practice

Author: Rita Cheminais
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134136943
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This practical and comprehensive book for Inclusion Coordinators (SENCOs) covers all the essential aspects of how to manage inclusion more effectively. It informs coordinators about how to move inclusive policy and practice forward, within a range of educational settings. It views inclusion from an equal opportunities perspective, relating to all pupils, irrespective of their ability, disability, age, gender, ethnicity, language and background. The book explores appointing an inclusion coordinator, the role of the inclusion coordinator, time management for inclusion coordinators, and what an inclusion policy should contain. It covers auditing inclusive practice, reviewing and evaluating inclusion, OFSTED inspecting inclusion, and the role of the governor for inclusion. It also deals with additional target setting; using the revised P scales and the Emotional Behavioural Development (EBD) scales to track and monitor pupil progress; enhancing barrier free learning and participation opportunities; and what to include in a parents/carers guide on inclusion.

Bibliographic Guide To Education

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... lists publications cataloged by Teachers College, Columbia University, supplemented by ... The Research Libraries of The New York Publica Library.

Enabling Access

Author: Barry Carpenter
Publisher: David Fulton Pub
ISBN: 9781853466762
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The turmoil surrounding the implementation of the National Curriculum has subsided and the authors of this book offer ways of providing education to pupils with learning difficulties as well as encouraging parent involvement in the process.

Inclusion A Practical Guide For Parents

Author: Lorraine O. Moore
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This book offers guidance for parents concerning their children with disabilities who are being educated in inclusive settings. It provides background information about how children learn and the specific difficulties experienced by children with learning problems. It suggests strategies for creating better learning environments at home and at school and for helping with reading, math, and writing skills. The book informs parents on how to measure their child's learning progress through formal ways (standardized tests, report cards) and informal ways (teacher observation, assessment of daily work and projects). Individual chapters cover the topics of: (1) inclusive education as a shared responsibility of home and school; (2) principles of collaboration between home and school; (3) reasons for learning difficulties (including specific difficulties experienced by students with a variety of mental, emotional, and physical impairments); (4) learning about the child as a student; (5) charting the child's progress; (6) creating a home environment for learning; (7) strategies for helping the child with homework; and (8) experiences and insights of parents. Appended are 22 forms for parents to use with their child or educators, a bibliography, a list of resources, and a glossary. (Contains 37 references.) (DB)