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Looking at Inclusion
Listening to the Voices of Young People

  • Ruth MacConville - Head of Special Educational Needs Service, London Borough of Ealing


168 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Developed from the work of specialist teachers in Ealing who have been involved in promoting inclusive practices, this book shows how eliciting the pupil's views and strengthening the pupil voice is an important element in the success of any inclusion project.

Covering a wide range of disabilities including Autistic Spectrum Disorders and Specific Learning Difficulties, it includes:

o Case-studies

o Descriptions of the difficulties encountered by the young

o Practical strategies to address these difficulties

o Useful resources.

Essential for any adult working in an inclusive setting, this fascinating book brings together theory with real practice.

 
Acknowledgements
 
Foreword
 
Introduction
 
Setting the Scene
 
Including Pupils with Autistic Spectrum Disorder
 
Including Pupils with Visual Impairment
 
Including pupils with Specific Learning difficulties
 
Including pupils with Hearing Impairment
 
Including Pupils with Physical Disabilities
 
Conclusion
 
References

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