Special Educational Needs and Inclusive Education: Inclusive education

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David R. Mitchell
Taylor & Francis, 2004 - 504 lappuses
The field of special educational needs and inclusive education is not only of enormous importance to the study of education as a whole, it also constitutes a site of major debate. Conflicting paradigms include: Changes in the conceptualisation of special needs; The role of assessment; The extent to which students with special needs should and can be educated in regular school settings; The relative weight given to central versus local control of education Pedagogical issues. In all of these paradigm clashes, countries are at different stages in reaching settlements. These difficulties reflect a range of factors, including intellectual traditions, cultural values, economic circumstances, and demography. The articles assembled in this collection provide a global perspective on these debates. The collection as a whole demonstrates how the fields of special education and inclusive education have evolved philosophically and technically over the past 30 years, as well as showing the contemporary state of approaches to educating students with special education needs.
 

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a critical perspective
11
a requirement of a democratic society
31
the future for all students
45
The challenge of enhancing inclusive education
49
Social justice and the changing directions in educational
73
Education for all? A perspective on an inclusive society
86
mutually exclusive principles
120
Challenges for inclusion within a quality of life model
139
Dialectical analysis special needs and schools
247
Special needs through school improvement
265
What do we really know about inclusive schools?
280
Ten critical elements for creating inclusive and effective
295
Promoting access to the general curriculum for students
314
inclusive policies
331
Parental perceptions of inclusive educational placements
363
Instruction for students with severe disabilities in general
420

Inclusive schools movement and the radicalization
157
Inclusive education a case to answer
184
River of ideology islands of evidence
192
democratic themes
214
Including children with a visual impairment in
446
Developing membership in the education of deaf
463
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