'This is a book that would be of interest and of value to those completing additional study in education as it contains theory, research, policy and practice and is complimented by chapter summaries, case studies and points for reflection and discussion' -
Learning and Teaching Update
A great book, added to the reading list
fabulous book great addition, great resource to keep going back to.
A good book to use for student reading on inclusive education at under graduate level and introductions to Masters if new to the student.
There are critical areas within this book that promote debate. It is a very good read for undergraduates on any education or SEND course. The additional reading at the end of the chapters signpost to further support one's understanding. Overall a well laid out book which is informative.
This book will form part of the revised reading list for this course
A very clearly set out book: overview of the chapter at the start, discussion questions and points for reflection and a chapter summary orientate the reader well. Key policies and legislation are identified and it is good to have the international perspective, especially for my MA Dyslexia researcha nd practice students. A comprehensive book around inclusion
Offer an international / global/ comparative dimension to the literature in the field, which many other texts do not
Good use of Chapter introductions, chapter summaries and discussion activities
Points for discussion and reflection boxes allow students to explore and critically evaluate their own practice. Ideal for students exploring the international perspective.
This book covers the key policies and legislation underpinning inclusive education. With thought-provoking discussion points in each chapter this would be of particular interest to those on initial teacher education courses.
This is a well written book which adopts an informative yet readable style of writing. It presents some of the key debates around inclusion and also promotes discussion around these points. At the end of each chapter, there is a summary and also questions for discussion. In these, the reader is encouraged to explore their own understanding and challenge any of their previously held views. The further reading is also useful for any students wishing to further explore the issues.
An excellent read that discusses inclusion.It offers interesting points for reflection, case studies and questions that can be used easily in seminars.
Provocative book that puts inclusion in eaducation at the forefront of teaching. Policy and Practice are considered side by side with a foregrounding of key issues such as disability and language.
A valuable, informative book providing students and lecturers alike with a clear understanding of the topic and current legislation impacting on such. This is useful for all courses teaching child education and for courses such as Social Work Practice.
An excellent and informative read
critical discussion of developments of inclisive education both North and South Hemispheres.
This will be a useful for text for students undertaking the module on Inclusive Practice as part of the Foundation Degree in Children's and Young people's workforce. The case studies, discusssion questions and points for reflection are useful for both class discussion and student reflection on own learning. The layout of the text is effective and student friendly with useful summary boxes.
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