ORGANISING A SCHOOLS RESPONSE SPECIAL NEEDS IN MAINSTREAM SCHOOLS

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Organising A School S Response

Author : Ann Hackney
ISBN : 9781134875740
Genre : Education
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First Published in 1988. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Education

Managing Special Needs In The Primary School

Author : Mrs Joan Dean
ISBN : 9781134792238
Genre : Education
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The Code of Practice on the Identification and Assessment of Special Educational Needs has significantly changed the way in which schools assess and provide for pupils with special needs. The various chapters of the book cover: * recent legislation * the needs of children with different types of special needs * school policy and the whole school approach * approaches to the National Curriculum * possible ways of organising for special educational needs * the role of the special needs co-ordinator * the role of the class teacher * assessment and record keeping * working with parents * staff development * support services Written with the needs of primary school teachers and heads in mind, this book addresses the implications which the Code of Practice has for primary schools, focusing in particular on these issues from the management point of view.
Category: Education

Advances In Teacher Education Rle Edu N

Author : V A McClelland
ISBN : 9781136453410
Genre : Education
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During the 1980s, Britain’s educational system was restructured and redirected. Of the many changes which were made, perhaps the most far-reaching have affected the education of teachers themselves.The contributors to this book have all been centrally involved in the reforming process of teacher education, as providers, assessors, or practitioners, and it is as such that they reflect upon the significant features of the changes in teacher education, while assessing the fulfilment of the initial promise. The book analyses recent advances in teacher education, especially the trend towards improved teacher awareness and explains the application of new ideas in education, considering their political causes and effects. The first critical appraisal of the Thatcherite reform of teacher education, this book also provides an up-to-date examination of the support services for teachers in-service, and shows what is amiss with the government’s strategies for in-service training.With its clear insights into the pressing concerns of teacher education today, Advances in Teacher Education will be an invaluable resource base for students, teachers, lectures, and educational administrators as they attempt to understand the motivation and stresses of teacher reform.
Category: Education

Making The Special Schools Ordinary Models For The Developing Special School

Author : Derek Baker
ISBN : 1850004366
Genre : Education
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This is a two-volume set. The first volume explores the theory as to how special schools could respond to the many changes with which they are currently faced. The second volume carries forward this theme by presenting case studies of real schools, real developments, not theory, that might be replicated or serve as a model in other setttings.
Category: Education

Schools And Special Needs

Author : Alan Dyson
ISBN : 9781847876362
Genre : Education
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Shortlisted for the Standing Conference on Studies in Education (SCSE) book awards for 2001 In Schools and Special Needs, the authors provide a critical perspective on the dominant `inclusion' model of special needs education, in terms of implementation in schools and effectiveness of pupil learning outcomes. They take issue with the major advocates of the inclusion model and argue that a different way of understanding special educational needs in mainstream schools is both possible and necessary. The authors, who are eminent in the special needs field, use up-to-date material to develop a new model for special- education in schools.
Category: Education

Primary Special Needs And The National Curriculum

Author : Ann Lewis
ISBN : 0415054281
Genre : Afwykende kinders
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This practical and accessible book presents guidelines on primary special needs and the national curriculum for primary teachers in mainstream schools. Ann Lewis offers an analysis of the issues and practicalities of implementing the national curriculum at classroom level, showing how it can be used to foster progress for children who find school-based learning difficult. Emphasizing ways in which the national curriculum can be adapted for children with learning difficulties, she offers advice on assessment and identification, whole school planning and planning a broad curriculum. Utilizing case studies and practical examples, the book outlines various strategies teachers might use to give all children access to the national curriculum.
Category: Afwykende kinders

Choosing A School For A Child With Special Needs

Author : Ruth Birnbaum
ISBN : 0857002082
Genre : Education
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If you are considering placing a child with special needs at a new school, it can be difficult to know where to begin. Should you choose a special school, or a special unit within a mainstream school? What will be the involvement of therapists? Maybe home schooling would be best? Whether the child has autism, dyslexia or any other special educational, emotional or behavioural difficulty, this book will help you find the school that suits the child best. From drawing up a list of possibilities and setting up a school visit, to asking the right questions and recording your opinions in order to make an informed decision, Choosing a School for a Child with Special Needs will guide you through this complex and stressful process with confidence and ease. Whether you are a parent seeking a special school, a professional researching a school, or a teacher recommending what to look for in a school, this book is a must-have reference for anyone taking school placement seriously.
Category: Education

Responding To Special Educational Needs

Author : Sean Griffin
ISBN : 0717141977
Genre : Special education
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Establishes the area of Special Education within an Irish context and provides a foundation knowledge of and a framework for analysing and reflecting on issues in Special Education in Ireland. This book is suitable for undergraduate students in primary teacher education, and students completing the Higher Diploma for post-primary education.
Category: Special education