Written for newly-qualified teachers and students approaching the end of their training courses, this practical and accessible text is an introduction to working with children of a range of abilities in inclusive primary classrooms. The book draws on recent research and innovation in the education of pupils with special educational needs to provide practical examples and advice on how to meet the challenges of developing effective teaching and learning in inclusive settings.
" becoming an inclusive teacher
" pupils giving cause for concern
" teaching and learning styles
" creating inclusive classroom environments and teaching teams
" learning from pupils
" looking beyond school
" developing further as a professional
With advice on building positive attitudes, developing specific teaching strategies and adapting a personalising teaching approaches, the book helps teachers to build upon their earlier training in both practical and reflective ways.
Richard Rose is Professor of Special and Inclusive Education and Director of the Centre for Special Needs Education and Research at University College Northampton.
Marie Howley is senior lecturer in the Centre for Special Needs Education and Research at University College Northampton, teaching on both undergraduate and post graduate courses and in continuing professional development for teachers.
Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
Number of pages: 144
Dimensions: 242 x 170 mm
'Although written primarily for NQTs this would be a good source of reference for INSET training of teachers and classroom assistants' - SNIP
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