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Theories Of Inclusive Education

Author : Peter Clough
ISBN : 0761969411
Genre : Education
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This book traces the major stages of thinking in the development of inclusive education. It provides overviews of the main theoretical influences: the medico-psychological model; sociological positions; curriculum studies; school effectiveness; and the impact upon policy and practice of the Disability Movement. Positioned and discussed in their historical contexts the book provides a synopsis and critique of the last 50 years, including the introduction of the term "Special Educational Needs," the practice of integration, and the present processes of inclusive education. The unique features of this book include personal reflections by a number of people who are considered to have had major influence in the

A Student S Guide To Methodology

Author : Peter Clough
ISBN : 0761974229
Genre : Social Science
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`I believe this book would work well for a variety of methodology courses, and I would direct students and colleagues to use it' - Norman K Denzin, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

A Student S Guide To Methodology

Author : Peter Clough
ISBN : 9781446258620
Genre : Reference
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The Third Edition of this hugely popular text provides students with straightforward principles and frameworks for understanding methodology. Peter Clough and Cathy Nutbrown are adept at making methodology meaningful for beginners and more advanced readers alike. Their book clearly demonstrates how methodology impacts upon every stage of the research process, and gives readers all of the tools that they need to understand it. New to this edition are the following: - new boxes and guidance on research ethics in every chapter - more international examples and perspectives - up to date coverage of online research methods - more examples from real students - a new companion website, featuring Powerpoint slides for lecturers The authors take an applied approach and every chapter contains a variety of practical examples from real research. Readers are encouraged to reflect on their own practice at every step, meaning that the book remains extremely relevant throughout. It will be invaluable for all students who are doing a dissertation or taking a research methods module in education, the social sciences, business and health.

Implementing Intensive Interaction In Schools

Author : Mary Kellett
ISBN : 9781135398316
Genre : Education
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By taking a detailed look at the implementation and management of intensive interaction in schools, the authors of this text offer practical guidance on how to get the most from the approach in a school context. The text includes: guidance on managing priorities, training issues, power dynamics and coping with OFSTED; advice on setting up and running evaluation projects; clear links to the National Curriculum for SEN; case studies from special and mainstream schools; and a glossary of terms. Aimed at practitioners, co-ordinators and managers in schools using intensive interaction with pupils who have severe and complex learning difficulties, the text addresses a range of challenges across special, inclusive and ever-changing contexts.

Teaching 14 19

Author : John Bostock
ISBN : 9780335241927
Genre : Education
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"This book provides a comprehensive overview of how to teach younger learners in Post-Compulsory Education and Training (PCET). With clear guidance and offering practical strategies, Teaching 14-19 helps you understand how students learn, the theory that supports this and the role of assessment in this process. There is also an extensive focus on how to manage behavior, as this is the most frequently raised concern. The authors show that the overarching models of learning and teaching for 14-19 year olds are very different between school and PCET. The book explores these various models and in particular looks at how this understanding might help you in planning for learning. As well as appropriate models of practice relevant to this age group, further features of the book include: Practical hints, tips and suggestions for practice; Case studies to help you learn from and reflect on practice; Discussion of theoretical issues that will enable you to understand and underpin your practice; Additional reading and resource suggestions. This book is essential reading for trainee and practising tutors, teachers and lecturers in schools or colleges."--Publisher's website.

Theorising Special Education

Author : Catherine Clark
ISBN : 0415147506
Genre : Education
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The field of special needs education is well established, and although it continues to develop in exciting and controversial ways, involving some of education's leading thinkers, many people feel it is lacking a coherent theoretical analysis of its own. Students and practitioners, looking for some solid theory to reinforce their own study or practice, commonly have to 'borrow' from other disciplines, such as psychology and sociology, since there has been no attempt to provide a theoretical foundation for the special needs community. This book does exactly that, bringing together contributions from key names in the field from UK and beyond. The book will establish itself as an essential text for students and teachers, as well as all those involved in special needs across the social sciences.

The Paraprofessional S Essential Guide To Inclusive Education

Author : Peggy A. Hammeken
ISBN : 9781412966108
Genre : Education
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Paraprofessionals’ most common questions are answered with this hands-on resource that offers over 400 inclusive strategies, a new chapter on reading, and a CD-ROM with reproducible forms.

Multi Disciplinary Handbook Of Social Exclusion Research

Author : Dominic Abrams
ISBN : 047009513X
Genre : Fiction
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Social exclusion is a key problem for policy makers, researchers and professionals worldwide. Despite this, the debate lacks a dominant disciplinary focus. This innovative handbook covers evidence from key research and policy to offer cross-disciplinary perspectives on major areas of social exclusion. Focusing on central policy domains including education, healthcare and crime, it is structured so as to relate evidence to the state of social exclusion and the mechanisms by which it can be tackled. It book will be an unrivalled reference for academics and practitioners working across disciplines including housing, education, psychology, political science, healthcare, sociology and law.

The Politics Of Special Educational Needs

Author : Len Barton
ISBN : 1850003718
Genre : Education
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Articulating With Difficulty

Author : Peter Clough Len Barton
ISBN : 1446223078
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This is an important book that needs to be read by anyone doing research in this area' - "British Educational Research Journal " Articulating with Difficulty is an excellent collection and comes highly recommended. It follows Peter Clough and Len Barton's earlier and controversial collection, Making Difficulties (1995), and draws on a wide range of perspectives in disability, inclusive education and Special Education Needs (SEN) research to tease out key issues on "voice..".. All contributors share a willingness to engage seriously with challenges thrown down by disabled academics and activists; that they do from different standpoints is another strength of this collection' - "Disability & Society " This volume addresses the issue of voice' in special education research; the voices of the researchers as well as those of the researched', and the ways in which research mediates identities. It follows on from the well-known and controversial Making Difficulties, also edited by Peter Clough and Len Barton. The contributors address, among other things: the question of overt and subtle power relations within the research context; the issues of voice' in emancipatory research; and the view that a more democratic approach to research is made difficult because of the individualized, competitive work culture of higher education and research production.

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