Confronting Obstacles to Inclusion: International Responses to Developing Inclusive Education

Richard Rose (Editor)

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Abstract

Confronting Obstacles to Inclusion uniquely and comprehensively addresses interpretations of inclusive education by drawing upon the experiences and expertise of leading writers and academics who have direct experience of teaching and researching this area around the world.

This landmark publication combines theoretical chapters with practical material demonstrating how the theories can be put in to action in the classroom. The contributors, who all have regular contact with pupils and teachers in inclusive settings, provide a broad spectrum of ideas, examine a number of key themes and interpret these in an international context, such as:

.the causes of exclusion, the obstacles to inclusion and how these can be overcome
.supporting families
.how we can learn from students
.professional development
.enhancing teaching and learning
.support in the classroom.

This authoritative text will be of immense interest and use to practitioners, policy-makers, researchers and campaigners who are working towards a more equitable and inclusive society. Through a synthesis of theory and practice the book offers readers an opportunity to explore local, national and international perspectives and raises questions with regards to our current understanding of inclusion. Whilst the interrogation of the concept of inclusion is, in itself important, the book provides examples of professional approaches to the key questions which are currently challenging the education of a diverse range of learners.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherRoutledge
Number of pages328
ISBN (Print)9780415493611
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 25 Jun 2010

Keywords

  • Inclusive education
  • special educational needs
  • international educational research

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