New directions in special needs: innovations in mainstream schools.
Clark, C., Dyson, A., Skidmore, D. and Millward, A., 1997. New directions in special needs: innovations in mainstream schools. Cassell.
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This work addresses one of the greatest challenges faced by education in recent years - to adapt teaching practices in order to accommodate children with special needs. This book presents an analysis of these challenges, and reports on the ways in which schools are developing innovatory responses to them. It then studies the implications of these for schools, in terms of classroom practice, professional development and the relationship of the school with its environment. It also looks at the history of the integration of special needs pupils into mainstream schools
|Creators||Clark, C., Dyson, A., Skidmore, D. and Millward, A.|
|Departments||Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences > Education|
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