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Inclusive Theory and Practice in Special Education, 1st Edition

  • Henriette van Rensburg
  • Shirley O'Neill
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  • ISBN-10: 1799829030
  • ISBN-13: 9781799829034
  • DDC: 371.9
  • 425 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2020 | Published/Released August 2020
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2020

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Overview

Inclusive education retains significant complexity associated with creating a definition, and there is significant importance within the surrounding narratives reflecting the broader definitions. Due to the flexibility within the definition, investigating current practices across an array of definitions becomes essential to developing best practices in special education. Inclusive Theory and Practice in Special Education is an essential research book that examines current shifts in the field within the overarching philosophy of inclusion and inclusive education. It reports recent research that focuses on the experiences of teachers and students in classrooms and ways of enhancing the practices of in-service teachers and early career teachers, as well as the preparation of preservice teachers. Besides presenting research from these perspectives, it also addresses a selection of broader issues that impact on policy and curriculum, thus identifying related concerns, including those of the wider community. Highlighting a wide range of topics such as learning disabilities, student mobility, and early childhood education, this publication is ideal for researchers, professionals, administrators, curriculum designers, academicians, policymakers, and students.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Advances in Early Childhood and K-12 Education (AECKE) Book Series.
Titles in This Series.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
Foreword.
Preface.
Issues in Inclusivity and Special Education.
1: The Challenges of Inclusive Education in Developing Countries in South East Asia.
2: Enabling and Empowering Inclusion Through Partnerships With Families, School, and Community.
3: Inclusivity and the Education of Children of Defence Forces Personnel: Exploring the Impact of Mobility and Interrupted Schooling.
4: Behavioral Impacts Associated With Students With Disabilities in Australian Schools: The Need for a Deeper Understanding of Inclusivity and Their Learning Journey.
5: Focusing Effective Feedback Practices on Developing Students' ‘Assessment Literacy’: Designing Actionable Feedback for the Gifted and Talented in High School.
6: The Pedagogical Possibilities of Critically Examining Gender and Sexuality in Initial Teacher Education Through the Lens of Intersex.
Pedagogical Challenges and Opportunities.
7: Inquiry Learning in the Primary Social Science Classroom: Differentiating Practice to Meet Student Needs.
8: Inclusive Language Education and Digital Games: A Literature Review and EFL Students' Perceptions.
9: Differentiated Instruction: A Programming Tool for Inclusion.
10: Catering for the Specialized Needs of Students With Vision Impairment in Mainstream Classes: Listening to Student Voices for Academic, Physical, and Social Inclusion.
11: The Lost Art of Reading for Pleasure: How Can Parents Foster Their Children's Passion for Reading?.
12: Research and Reflective Practice in the Pre Literate ESL Classroom: New Challenges in Migrant Education.
Research Approaches.
13: Using Ethnographic Approaches to Co-Construct Strategies for Success With Students With Dyslexia: A Project With Tertiary Students in Aotearoa, New Zealand.
14: A Critical Investigation of Masculinity in Education: Using a Narrative Method.
15: Case Study Method and Research Design: Flexibility or Availability for the Novice Researcher?.
16: School Leavers with Verified Disabilities: Issues Influencing Transition to Employment in Non-Metropolitan Communities.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.
Index.