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Promoting inclusive practice [electronic resource] / Christina Tilstone, Lani Florian, and Richard Rose.

By: Tilstone, Christina.
Contributor(s): Florian, Lani | Rose, Richard, 1953-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 1998Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 283 p.).ISBN: 0203005627 (electronic bk.); 9780203005620 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Inclusive education -- Great Britain | Mainstreaming in education -- Great Britain | Learning disabled children -- Education -- Great Britain | Int�egration scolaire -- Grande-Bretagne | Enfants en difficult�e d'apprentissage -- �Education -- Grande-Bretagne | EDUCATION -- Inclusive EducationGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Promoting inclusive practice.DDC classification: 371.90460941 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
1. Pragmatism not dogmaticism: promoting more inclusive practice / L. Florian, R. Rose, C. Tilstone -- 2. Inclusive practice; what, why and how? / L. Florian -- 3. The curriculum: a vehicle for inclusion or a lever for exclusion? / R. Rose -- 4. Personal and social development for pupils with learning difficulties / R. Byers -- 5. Equal opportunities and special educational needs: equity and inclusion / L. Gerschel -- 6. Managing change / J. Wolger -- 7. Including pupils: developing a partnership in learning / R. Rose -- 8. Understanding challenging behaviour: prerequisites to inclusion / T. Cole -- 9. Promoting inclusion through learning styles / G. Read -- 10. Individual and whole class teaching / C. Marvin -- 11. Moving towards the mainstream: vision and reality / C. Tilstone -- 12. A wider role for special schools? / A. Wiltshire -- 13. Inclusion in national standards / A. Day -- 14. Routes to inclusion / J. Steele -- 15. Multidisciplinary teamwork / P. Lacey -- 16. Planned transition from education to employment for young people with severe learning difficulties / C. Bloomhead -- 17. Growing up- moving on / J. Tyne -- 18. Quality of life as a consideration in the development of inclusive education for pupils and students with learning difficulties / C. Robertson.
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1. Pragmatism not dogmaticism: promoting more inclusive practice / L. Florian, R. Rose, C. Tilstone -- 2. Inclusive practice; what, why and how? / L. Florian -- 3. The curriculum: a vehicle for inclusion or a lever for exclusion? / R. Rose -- 4. Personal and social development for pupils with learning difficulties / R. Byers -- 5. Equal opportunities and special educational needs: equity and inclusion / L. Gerschel -- 6. Managing change / J. Wolger -- 7. Including pupils: developing a partnership in learning / R. Rose -- 8. Understanding challenging behaviour: prerequisites to inclusion / T. Cole -- 9. Promoting inclusion through learning styles / G. Read -- 10. Individual and whole class teaching / C. Marvin -- 11. Moving towards the mainstream: vision and reality / C. Tilstone -- 12. A wider role for special schools? / A. Wiltshire -- 13. Inclusion in national standards / A. Day -- 14. Routes to inclusion / J. Steele -- 15. Multidisciplinary teamwork / P. Lacey -- 16. Planned transition from education to employment for young people with severe learning difficulties / C. Bloomhead -- 17. Growing up- moving on / J. Tyne -- 18. Quality of life as a consideration in the development of inclusive education for pupils and students with learning difficulties / C. Robertson.

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